The stated principles and rationale behind the creation of the Ortigas Center Association, Inc. (OCAI) are:

Established on October 6,1982, OCAI is a non-stock, non-profit organization. It is commissioned to uphold the stature of Ortigas Center as one of the nation's prime business districts. Its main task is the effective implementation and monitoring of rules and regulations, working hand-in-hand with the local governments of Pasig City, Mandaluyong City and Quezon City in the pursuit of the following goals:

  1. To improve and safeguard the well-being of the membership and the public in general;

  2. To promote and protect the civic and commercial interests of the membership by enhancing property values and by creating a healthy business atmosphere;

  3. To foster harmony among the members and to cultivate a mutually beneficial relationship with the surrounding communities; and

  4. To establish a highly professionalized system of management.


Founding incorporators of the Association were: Rafael Ortigas, Jr., Manuel C. Lozano, Narciso Padilla, Ramon F. Cuervo, Jr., and Atty. Eulogio R. Rodriguez.

Past OCAI presidents were: Rafael Ortigas , Jr. (1982-1985), Juan Ramos (1985-1987), George S. Lee (1987-1991), Herbert T. Sy (1991-1994), Carolina T. Young (1994-1997), William Tan-Untiong (1997-1999) Gloria C. Cotoco(1999-2000), Jaime Dichavez (2000-2001), Glenn D. Ang (2001-2004), Miguel Ortigas, Jr. (2004-2006) , Luz N. Cotoco 2006-2009, George Edwin Lee, Jr. (2009-2011), The current president is Liza B. Silerio representing Shopping Center Management Corp.  (SM Megamall).

At present, 186 member properties comprise OCAI. These properties are a mixture of commercial and business establishments, corporate and residential condominiums, as well as schools and churches, owned by some of the leading companies from the business, commercial and real estate sectors.

OCAI covers the area bounded by Ortigas Avenue on the northeast, Meralco Avenue on the east-southeast, Shaw Boulevard on the southwest and Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA) on the northwest. Total area is 1,082,891.2 square meters, which falls under the jurisdiction of the cities of Pasig, Mandaluyong and Quezon.

ORTIGAS CENTER ASSOCIATION, INC. (OCAI)
2/F OCAI Building
Garnet Road, Ortigas Center
Pasig City, Philippines
Tel: 634-4321/ 631-7212 Fax: 6357408
E-mail: info@ortigas-center.com
www.ortigas-center.com

The stated principles and rationale behind the creation of the Ortigas Center Association, Inc. (OCAI) are:
the "advancement of the civic and commercial interest,"
the "promotion of the general welfare, prosperity, service and reputation" and
the "protection of the well-being" of the owners, lessees and tenants of the member buildings in Ortigas Center.

Established on October 6,1982, OCAI is a non-stock, non-profit organization. It is commissioned to uphold the stature of Ortigas Center as one of the nation's prime business districts. Its main task is the effective implementation and monitoring of rules and regulations, working hand-in-hand with the local governments of Pasig City, Mandaluyong City and Quezon City in the pursuit of the following goals:
To improve and safeguard the well-being of the membership and the public in general;
To promote and protect the civic and commercial interests of the membership by enhancing property values and by creating a healthy business atmosphere;
To foster harmony among the members and to cultivate a mutually beneficial relationship with the surrounding communities; and
To establish a highly professionalized system of management.