Rockwell Land Corporation is one of the premier real estate development companies in the Philippines. It was formed 1995, after the shutdown of the thermal power plant, by the Lopez Group. Its primary task was to transform the old thermal plant property into a high-end commercial business district. The company is 51%-owned by the Manila Electric Company (Meralco) and 49% by First Philippine Holdings Corporation (FPHC).
Rockwell Center, the companys flagship project, sits on a 15.5-hectare site in Makati City. It is strategically located between the three major commercial business districts of Makati City, Bonifacio Global City and Ortigas. The Center has been developed into a self-contained, mixed-use community consisting of seven (one under construction) highrise upscale residential towers, three office buildings, a lifestyle shopping mall, a city club, and a leading business graduate school.