Condo For Sale in Hulo, Metro Manila

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Barangay Hulo is located in the 2nd district of the City of Mandaluyong. Hulo is primarily residential, with several industrial and commercial establishments.

Hulo has a land area amounting to 29.30 hectares. As of the 2010 census, 21,107 people have been recorded to have been living in Hulo. The barangay is situated along the border separating the Cities of Mandaluyong and Makati, adjacent to the Pasig River.

Mandaluyong, where the barangay is situated, is home to a portion of the Ortigas Central Business District, which is considered to be one of the busiest areas in Metro Manila. Some of the largest businesses, including San Miguel Corporation and Manila Electric Company have built their headquarters in the Ortigas CBD.

The cost of buying condominium units in the Hulo area may vary depending on several factors, including its location and its developer. Condo units may go for as low as around Php2 million to as high as around Php18.3 million.


History of Hulo and Mandaluyong

Buy a Condo in Hulo MandaluyongThe City of Mandaluyong is a hotspot for business, entertainment, and a variety of things. To some, it is the door that opens to the best opportunities that Metro Manila has to offer, while to others, it serves as a reminder of the past and a foreshadowing of what the future might bring. Historically speaking, the city, and by extension, the area that would become Barangay Hulo, have seen its fair share of battles and revolutions, but perhaps the most significant of these revolutions would be the one held in 1986 by the factions that clamored for the removal of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos from his seat of power in Malacanang. This historic event was and will forever be immortalized in the form of the Shrine of Mary, Queen of Peace or the EDSA Shrine, which depicts the image of the Virgin Mary looking down upon EDSA Highway.

Revolutions and dictators aside, however, the City of Mandaluyong has emerged as one of the most prominent areas in the Metro, given that it houses a portion of the Ortigas Central Business District, along with Pasig and Quezon City. Today, Mandaluyong remains a hub for business and entertainment, housing as well a significant number of shopping malls, including SM Megamall, Robinsons Galleria, and EDSA Shangri-La Plaza. The same is true in places just adjacent to Mandaluyong City, considering that it is situated fairly close to progressive cities, including Pasig, Makati, Quezon City, Taguig, and San Juan. For instance, the Greenhills Shopping Center in San Juan is located well within a short drive from Mandaluyong via EDSA. The adjoining malls of Greenbelt, Landmark, Glorietta, and SM Makati are also easily accessible through EDSA. In other words, Mandaluyong provides residents and transients easy access to the important places in the Metro.


“Hulo in the Wall”

Condominium for Sale in Hulo MandaluyongMandaluyong, and by extension, the barangay of Hulo, is one of the foodie destinations in this side of the Metro. Although not as popular or diverse as Kapitolyo in Pasig, Aguirre Avenue in Paranaque or Maginhawa Streat in Quezon City, Mandaluyong has a lot to offer for the gastronomically adventurous. While most would skip the si9de streets and head straight to Megamall or EDSA Shang, a handful of restaurants littering the areas around these malls offer several of the best dishes that can be found in the area.

For the morning people, or at least those who enjoy eating breakfast, the All Day Breakfast in Bed restaurant in California Garden Square serves up a homely ambience and a mean breakfast menu. Similarly, Kanto Freestyle Breakfast in San Joaquin provides guests with some of the best breakfast meals.

Up for Japanese? Nori and Tokyo Tempura Unlimited along Pioneer Street serves a quick serving of sushi and tempura for people who are always on the go. Hokkaido Takoyaki, on the other hand, provides an authentic, but casual Japanese experience for those looking for that unique Japanese taste. Chinese, perhaps? Charlie Wanton Special along Haig Street offers guests a plethora of Chinese cuisine favorites straight out of Binondo, without the hassle of navigating the crowded streets of the famous Chinatown.

Eating healthy? Organico Gourmet along Shaw Boulevard offers an all-organic menu for health buffs. Burgers, anyone? Minandal along P. Oliveros serves American comfort food in the form of burgers, fries, and the like for those who would want to grab a quick bite. Garahe, on the other hand, is a hole-in-the-wall burger and burrito joint located along San Jose Street in Barangay Hulo. As the name implies, the restaurant is built out of a literal garage.


Making Hulo Home

Condo living in the Hulo area can be relatively cheap or expensive, depending on the location and developer of the condominium. Today’s prices may range from around Php2 million to Php18.3 million. A one-bedroom condo in Acqua Private Residences goes for around Php8.2 million. Although the price tag appears rather heavy for a one-bedroom condo, one should consider that the development referred to herein was developed by Century Properties, and is located by the boundary of Mandaluyong and Makati, thereby providing residents easy access to both cities. In a nutshell, the best of both worlds.