The Modern 47-story tower, Made of concrete and glass, soars above the bustling streets of Chinatown. Here, on top of the world, you can begin life anew in absolute luxury
Located in the heart of one of the country’s most historic settings, Noble Place is an address that lets you celebrate a glorious past-and look forward to a bright future. Manila’s Chinatown, established in 1594, is the oldest in the world, and is filled with renowned heritage buildings that have endured through the decades.
There is the Hong Kong Shanghai Bank Corporation Building at the corner of San Gabriel and Muelle dela Industria streets, inspired by Neoclassical architecture. The El Hogar Building along Juan Luna Street is built in the Beaux Arts style. The Art Noveau-themed Uy-Chaco Building rises along Cervantes Street. The Roman Santos Building across from Plaza Lacson showcases Greco-Roman inspiration. Binondo Church, founded in 1596, is designed in the Colonial and Baroque style.
Chinatown’s shopping and dining hot spots are close by, so you never have to look far for a good time. Visit authentic Chinese restaurant, herbal medicine shops and jewelry stores along Ongpin Street. Find unbeatable bargains at 999 Mall, Tutuban Mall or in the outdoor market of Divisoria. Or experience Hong-Kong style shopping at Cityplace Square or the Lucky Chinatown Mall, located in the Cityplace community at the corner of La Chambre and De La Reina streets.
Noble Place opens up a whole new way of working. That’s because from the comfort of your home, you can head straight to your office or shop. Whether you do business along the streets of Juan Luna, Dasmariñas, Soler, Quintin Paredes, Escolta, Ongpin or Reina Regente, you have the privilege of doing things at your own pace. If you want to get around but don’t want to get stuck in traffic, enjoy a quick ride by train. Take the LRT-1 on Doroteo Jose or the LRT-2 on C.M. Recto. Both lines connect to the MRT-3, which brings the Ortigas and Makati business districts closer.
Noble Place is 30 minutes away from the airport terminal via Roxas Boulevard. Some of the well-known airport terminals are NAIA Terminal 1 or Ninoy Aquino International Airport located along the border between Pasay and Parañaque , NAIA Terminal 2 or Centennial Terminal located at the Old MIA Road and NAIA Terminal 3 located right across Resorts World Manila.