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Prices of the condominium units in the area ranges from a rent-to-own monthly rate of Php130,000 per month, to as much as Php12 million at full price.

Boni Avenue is named after Mandaluyong’s fierce guerrilla leader turned mayor after the World War II, Bonifacio Javier.

Key land marks like Dambana ng mga Alaala can be found around Boni Avenue.

Boni Avenue holds the eighth station of Manila Metro Rail Transit System Line 3 (MRT-3) called the Boni Avenue Station.


Path to the Major Commercial Districts in Metro Manila

Buy a Condo in Boni Avenue MandaluyongBoni Avenue is the major passageway of Mandaluyong located at the eastern section of Metro Manila. Divided in a six-lane avenue, the Boni Avenue runs from Aglipay Street to the west to EDSA (also known as Epifanio De Los Santos Avenue). After crossing EDSA via EDSA-Boni tunnel the road extends under the name Pioneer Street towards Pasig.

Boni Avenue begins at the junction with Aglipay Street in the city's downtown area (Poblacíon) it is where the church named San Felipe Neri is located. It heads southeasterly passing the barangays of Old and New Zañiga and San José, and crosses the Primo Cruz Street before coming to a large roundabout called Maysilo Circle in Plainview. At this roundabout which houses the Mandaluyong City Hall complex and The Archdiocesan Shrine of the Divine Mercy, Boni intersects with F. Martinez Avenue and the street of San Francisco.

It curves northeast past Maysilo Circle as it approaches a commercial district at Barangka Drive. East of Barangka, the avenue becomes more commercial with several retail outlets and condominium developments lining this section of Boni where the Rizal Technological University is also situated. The avenue ends at the junction with EDSA where the Boni Station of the Manila MRT-3 is also located.


Living in Boni Avenue

Boni Avenue is one of the well-known avenues in Mandaluyong city of Metro Manila, Philippines because of its accessibility in almost all the commercial districts of the city. Robinsons Forum formerly called Robinsons Pioneer is the nearest commercial district in the area. It is the 18th mall opened by Robinsons and the first mall in Mandaluyong City with a gross floor area of 56,000 square metres.

Cinemas, Convenient Stores, Department Stores, Fast food chains like McDonalds or Jollibee and local restaurants like Max’s Restaurant and Chicken Savory. Robinsons Supermarket can be found in this mall. People will surely love to stroll and chill in this shopping mall. Aside from this shopping mall, Boni Avenue is a home of one of the oldest yet famous because it was named after our national hero, Rizal Technological University.

Condominium for Sale in Boni Ave. MandaluyongStrengthen faith, say one’s prayers or hear Sunday mass at Our Lady of Fatima Parish and San Roque Parish, which are among the places of worship that you may find along Boni Avenue. Schools for the children can also be found around Boni Avenue like Olb Happy Angel Learning Center, Kiddo Academy Development Center, Angels Institute of Learning Preschool.

Secondary schools is also offered in the area like Bonifacio Javier National Highschool. Popular driving school like A-1 Driving School and tutorial centers, The City Government of Mandaluyong can also be found in Boni Avenue and government offices like Bureau of Internal Revenue can also be found in this area.


Buying a Condo at Boni Avenue

It may be a busy street for millions of people that travels back and forth in this city but it is a privilege to take advantage of the benefits of living in the city that serves as a commercial district of Metro Manila. For convenient lifestyle, people prefers to live in a condominium because it has smaller space to maintain than a house. Prices depends upon the location and sizes of the units chosen.

Typically, a rent-to-own condominium units in this area costs cheaper than other places in Mandaluyong. A one-bedroom rent to own unit costs Php130,000 per month, while three-bedroom units that is also a rent to own unit costs higher but reasonably priced costs Php1.3 Million. For a small family or small group of friends who wants to enjoy the beauty of skylights in Metro Manila, Mandaluyong is among the choicest place to live in.