The smallest barangay to complete Cluster 1 or Central Cluster is Barangay Urdaneta with a total land area of 0.7399 square kilometers. It is one of the first centrally planned communities together with Forbes Park, San Lorenzo and Bel-Air which was established in the 1950s by the Ayala Family. Originally, Urdaneta and Bel-Air is form part of a single village called “Beldaneta”.
The barangay is bounded by the roads of EDSA, Ayala Avenue, Makati Avenue, and Buendia Avenue. Its bounding barangays are Bel-Air (north and west), San Lorenzo (south), and Forbes Park (east).
Its primary use is considered purely residential same with Barangay Dasmariñas. Its main revenue source comes from real property tax and internal revenue allotment. The Mandarin Oriental and the Peninsula Hotel the noticeable establishments in the area.
|Name of Building||Residential||Commercial||Parking|
|Atrium of Makati||100,000||110,000||77,000|
|Le Parc Apartments||100,000||110,000||77,000|
|One Roxas Triangle||195,000||234,000||164,000|
|Pacific Plaza Ayala||125,000||150,000||105,000|
|Somerset Olympia Makati||100,000||110,000||77,000|
|The Makati Tuscany||112,500||138,000||97,000|
|The Ritz Towers||120,000||142,000||99,500|
|The Twin Towers||150,000||180,000||126,000|
- All condominiums were already identified, thus there are no condominiums to be classified as “Other Condominiums” as of 7th Revision, Developer/Owner of condominium project built after the effectivity of this revision shall request for assignment of zonal values (ZV) from the members of the Technical Committee of Real Property Valuation (TCRPV).
- ZV for penthouse is 110% of CC, or in the absence thereof, 110% of RC.