The Ramon Magsaysay Center (abbreviated as RMC or RM Center) is an 18-storey building located at the corner of Roxas Boulevard and Dr. Joaquin Y. Quintos Street in Malate, Manila, Philippines.
It was built and opened in 1967 and was designed by Alfredo J. Luz and Associates, in consultation with Italian-American Pietro Belluschi and Alfred Yee Associates. It is named after Ramon Magsaysay, the 7th President of the Philippines, who died in a plane crash in Cebu in 1957. It previously held the title as the tallest building in the Philippines from 1967-1968, before the competition of the Manila Pavilion Hotel.
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