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The St. Francis Shangri-La Place, also known as&nbsp.The St. Francis Towers 1 &amp. 2&nbsp.are twin-tower residential condominium&nbsp.skyscrapers&,&nbsp.Philippines. The towers are the&nbsp.6th and 7th-tallest buildings in the country and Metro Manila as well, and are currently the tallest twin towers in the&nbsp.Philippines&nbsp.surpassing&nbsp.Pacific Plaza Towers&nbsp.with a height of 212.88 metres from the ground to its architectural spire.&nbsp.It also has two of the most number of floors in the Philippines. The buildings have 60 floors above ground, including a podium which connects the two towers, and 5 basement levels for parking, and are considered as one of the most prestigious residential buildings in the Philippines.The St. Francis Shangri-La Place was masterplanned and designed by Wong Tung International Ltd., in cooperation with local architectural firm Recio Casas Architects. Structural design for the building was provided by&nbsp.Arup, and reviewed by international engineering firm Magnusson Klemencic Associates.The buildings mechanical, electrical, and santiray engineering works was designed by&nbsp.WSP Hong Kong Ltd. Interior design was made by Brennan Beer Gorman Monk Architects (Interior Design) .The construction team is composed of Jose Aliling &amp. Associates (Project / Construction Management) . Davis Langdon &amp. Seah Philippines Inc. (Quantity Surveying) . and EEI Corporation (General Constractor) .Groundbreaking for the towers were held on January 2005, months ahead of its official launching. Topping-off ceremonies was held on June 24, 2008, although only one tower is actually considered topped-off during that time.The towers were completed and opened in 2009 and taking over as the tallest twin-towers in The Philippines from&nbsp.Pacific Plaza Towers.Ref # 231614