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Greenbelt logo
Greenbelt along Makati Avenue
LocationAyala Center, San Lorenzo, Makati, Philippines
Coordinates14°33′06.6″N 121°01′19.9″E / 14.551833°N 121.022194°E / 14.551833; 121.022194
Opening date1988; 35 years ago (1988)
DeveloperAyala Land
ManagementAyala Malls
No. of stores and services300+
Total retail floor area250,000 m2 (2,700,000 sq ft)
No. of floorsMall: 5 (maximum)[a]
Greenbelt Townhomes: 3 (maximum)
Basement Parking: 1
Parking2000+ cars
WebsiteGreenbelt Website

Greenbelt is a shopping mall located at Ayala Center, Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines, near Glorietta. It is owned by Ayala Malls, a real-estate subsidiary of Ayala Land, which is an affiliate of Ayala Corporation. It opened in 1988 and is one of the Ayala Corporation's flagship projects. The mall offers a mix of high-end retail shops, restaurants, amenities, leisure and entertainment. Currently, the mall has five sections: two enclosed areas, two buildings with open-air shopping areas, and Greenbelt 5, which was opened in 2007.[1]


Built around a 250,000-square-meter (2,700,000 sq ft) retail complex, the mall merged the previous small arcades and shops. The mall first opened to the public in 1988. Real estate company Ayala Land conceptualized Greenbelt as the Philippines's first lifestyle center with bars, posh boutiques, lush tropical greenery, a world-class museum, and an elegant chapel.[2] It was renovated in 2001, and as the complex grew, Greenbelt 2 and 3 were opened in 2002, with Greenbelt 4 and 5 opening in 2004 and 2007, respectively,[3] based on other pioneer shops in the area.

The mall was undergoing major re-development, with the ground level of Greenbelt 3 closed in 2019 for renovation.[4] The new area reopened in October 2021, which now hosts luxury labels and a newly-renovated Starbucks Reserve cafe.[5] Greenbelt 4 started its renovation works in the third quarter of 2022 and reopened on April 2023.

Future redevelopment

Greenbelt 1, Paseo Steel Carpark, and the adjacent McDonald's branch will be demolished starting in the first half of 2024 as part of the redevelopment of the complex. It will be replaced by a newer complex that will include a hotel, office spaces, a larger cinema complex, and possibly a park.[6]


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Retail shops

Greenbelt 5

Greenbelt 1 features lifestyle, food, and supply stores, as well as two cinemas and the OnStage Theater (a performing arts theater home to Repertory Philippines) that are currently closed. It is also the location of a branch of The Marketplace supermarket. It used to be the location of Automatic Centre, the anchor appliance store, until its closure on October 10, 2021.[7]

Greenbelt 2 features high-end restaurants and the Greenbelt Townhomes, a two- to three-story condominium on top.[8]

Greenbelt 3 features a mix of international brands including luxury labels, sit-down restaurants, five cinemas and entertainment facilities.[9] The largest Philippine branch known as Louis Vuitton was found here.[10][11] It is also the location of the Philippines's third 4DX cinema, launched in 2016.[12]

Greenbelt 4 features high-end boutiques.[13] Also included are branches of H&M and Globe store.

Greenbelt 5 has boutiques of Filipino designers, high-end department store Adora, and boutiques.


Restaurants can be found in Greenbelt 1, 2, 3, and 5, with Greenbelt 1 concentrating more on fast food, and Greenbelt 2, 3, and 5 featuring sit-down restaurants.


Greenbelt is served by an interconnected basement parking built beneath it. It is also served by parking buildings at Greenbelt 1 and 2, respectively, and the Paseo Steel Parking, located at the corner of Paseo de Roxas and Esperanza Street. The steel parking and Greenbelt 2 parking are interconnected to each other.[14]


Santo Niño de Paz Greenbelt Chapel is a Roman Catholic place of worship in Greenbelt Park at the complex's center. Built as an open-air, concrete dome in the middle of a pond, the chapel holds masses and other religious services every day for mall patrons and office workers. It celebrates its titular feast day every third Sunday of January.


On October 18, 2009 between 11:45 a.m. and 1 p.m., heavily armed thieves overpowered the mall's security guards and broke into a Rolex watch shop in Greenbelt 5. The thieves, dressed in bomb squad uniforms, hammered the glass cases containing Rolex watches. A suspected robber was killed by two police escorts of Taguig Mayor Sigfrido Tiñga who, incidentally, happened to be present upon the heist while the other gun-men escaped with an undetermined value of expensive watches.[15][16]

Fire incidents


See also


  1. ^ The mall consists of Levels 1 to 4 and Lower Ground Level.


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