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Conveniently located near Makati’s financial district, Pio del Pilar offers condo units for rent at an affordable price. The average monthly rate for a one-bedroom unit is pegged at Php24,500. For a two-bedroom unit, lease price is at an average of Php40,000 per month, while a three-bedroom units are available for an average of Php68,000 a month.

For as low as Php14,000/ month, home seekers can rent a one-bedroom semi-furnished unit at Laureano de Trevi Towers along Don Chino Roces Avenue. With a floor area of 21-square meters, the unit includes a bathroom and its own air-conditioner and mini fridge. The rent, however, excludes association dues and utilities such as water and electricity. The property is available for minimum of six months with two months deposit, and one month paid in advance.

Living in the heart of the city has never been more convenient! Condos here have the usual amenities such as adult and kiddie pool, alarm system, reception area, gym, elevators, fire alarm, landscaped garden, function room, CCTV cameras and 24-hour security. Properties here such as Trevi Towers are just a few minutes away from the Makati Central Business District.

If working on a tight budget, a one-bedroom unit shared among five other bed spacers is available for as low as Php6,000 per month. The fee is inclusive of association dues while the electricity and water bills will be shared equally. The amenities include hot and cold shower, air-conditioning, three double deck beds, drawers, Wi-Fi and rice cooker. The contract covers a one-year period and requires one month advance and two months deposit.


Getting to Know Pio del Pilar

Rent a Condo in Pio del Pilar MakatiFormerly known as Culi-Culi, Pio del Pilar was once a vast rice field filled with fruit trees ad vegetation. More than a hundred horses were kept here –as they were used to service calesas and karitelas back then. The barangay was named after the Philippine hero General Pio del Pilar who was a resident here.

Barangay Pio del Pilar is one of seven barangays comprising the Westside Cluster of the first district of Makati. It has a land area of 0.88 square kilometers or 3.2% of the city’s total land area. As of 2010, it has an estimated population of 27,000. Bordering Pio del Pilar up north are Barangays San Isidro and San Antonio, Barangays Bangkal and San Lorenzo down south, Barangay San Lorenzo in the east and Pasay City at its west.

Public transportation is served mainly by the Philippine National Railways Pasay Road station located on Estacion Street. Pasay Road. It is one of only two stations to have its own access road. The station takes its name from Pasay Road, the old name of the Makati section of Arnaiz Avenue.

The PNR South Commuter Line leads to Tutuban in Manila and all the way to Calamba, Laguna down south. Although the train system is ageing and dilapidated, it is still patronized by many commuters as it is still the fastest way to get around the metro.

Within the barangay, one can find other places of interest such as the Pio del Pilar Elementary School, Koliseyum ng Bayan – a government-owned basketball court, Don Bosco Parish Church, Waltermart and Citimotors.

Condominium for Rent in Pio del Pilar MakatiPio del Pilar is mainly a commercial area. Numerous business establishments such as banks, gasoline stations, restaurants, apartelles, hotels and shopping stores can be seen everywhere. This is a plus point to dwellers here as they are close to everything.


Living Close to the Business Districts

Working in Metro Manila can be such a hassle especially having to brave the traffic every day. But living in Pio del Pilar can have its advantages, as it is just 2.9 kilometers away from Makati CBD or a 14-minute drive via private vehicle. If heading to Bonifacio Global City, it takes about 20 minutes via McKinley Road on a private vehicle. Meanwhile, Pio del Pilar to SM Mall of Asia is about a 22-minute drive via EDSA.

While Makati is well-known for its skyscrapers and upscale malls, one can be surprised to find hidden gems in the quaint Pio del Pilar. Here, one can find hole-in-the-wall Chinese restaurants that are truly worth a try.