|Alternative names||The Milano Residences|
|Location||Century City, Makati|
|Owner||Century Properties Group|
|Height||196 m (643 ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Architecture firm||Broadway Malyan|
|Developer||Milano Development Corporation|
Milano Residences, also known as The Milano Residences, is a residential high-rise condominium in Makati, Philippines. As of 2017, it is the 17th-tallest building in the Philippines. It is the first of several buildings built at the new Century City complex along Kalayaan Avenue by the Century City Development Corporation.
The Milano Residences is located within the former location of the 4.8-hectare International School Manila, wherein 3.4 hectares was sold to Century Properties Corporation, while the remaining 1.4 hectares were sold to Picar Properties, in a bidding by the Philippine Government in 2007. Situated along Kalayaan Avenue, it is just a block away from the busy entertainment area along Makati Avenue. It is also about a few blocks away from the Makati Central Business District.
The Milano Residences features a Versace-inspired design concept replicating Greek Fret, designed by world-renowned architectural firm Broadway Malyan. The building also features some Milan-inspired interior designs in both its units and its amenities.
Milano Piazza is an outdoor center for residents of Milano Residences. It is a relaxing open space with lush landscaping, fascinating water features and stylish lounge areas.