|Developer||Rockwell Land Corporation|
|Architect||Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and Felino Palafox|
|Website||Rockwell Land Corporation|
|Major buildings||Power Plant Mall, Nestlé (Philippines) headquarters, Rizal Tower, Luna Gardens, One Rockwell East Tower, One Rockwell West Tower|
|Streets||J.P. Rizal Avenue, Estrella Street, Rockwell Drive, Amapola Street, R. Palma Street|
|Transport||Express bus services|
|Metropolitan area||Metro Manila|
Rockwell Center is a high-end mixed-use area in Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines, named after James Rockwell, former President of Manila Electric Railroad and Light Company (Meralco). It is a project of Rockwell Land Corporation which is in turn owned by the Lopez Holdings Corporation. Rockwell Center was first developed in 1998 and is being expanded since 2012. The architectural firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) carried out the design under the direction of former design partner Larry Oltmanns, while Felino Palafox and his company, Palafox Associates, became responsible for the master-planning of the complex. Its centerpiece, the Power Plant Mall, opened on December 26, 2000. The Rockwell Center includes office buildings, condominium towers, a law and business school and a shopping mall.
The Rockwell Center was constructed on a 15.5-hectare lot in Makati Poblacion previously occupied by a thermal plant operated by then Lopez-owned Manila Electric Railroad and Light Company until its closure in 1994. The lot is bounded by J.P. Rizal Avenue to the north, where it faces the Pasig River, Estrella Street to the east, Rockwell Drive and Amapola Street to the south, and R. Palma Street to the west.
Marking the expansion of Rockwell Center will be The Proscenium at Rockwell, a 3.6 hectares (8.9 acres) mixed-used luxury development standing in the property formerly known as the Colgate-Palmolive (Philippines) headquarters. The complex is designed by world-renowned architect Carlos Ott. The development consists of five residential towers, luxurious retail spaces, an office tower, and a Performing Arts Theater, featuring limited and spacious units for each floor of the towers. The five residential towers are named the Kirov, Sakura, Lincoln, Lorraine, and the Iconique Tower.
The development's office tower component, The 1 Proscenium Office, as well as the Rockwell Performing Arts Theater, is now under construction, slated for completion in 2021.