Property For Rent in Mandaluyong, Metro Manila

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Mandaluyong City

Located exactly in the heart of the capital is small, yet financially thriving city. Mandaluyong encompasses a total land area of 8.21 square miles, and a total population of 328,699. It is one of the sixteen (16) districts that comprise the National Capital Region (NCR).

Back in the 1300s, the city used to be a mere part of the Kingdom of Sapa of the Great Majapahit Empire. After numerous occupations by the Spanish, American, and Japanese, it only achieved city status in 1994, when it was separated from the neighboring city of San Juan.

Now, it has become one of the most important districts in the Philippines with many significant areas such as world-class hospitals, lively nightspots, and exclusive residential subdivisions. It is also known as the “Tiger City” because of the many businesses that operate there. The city is one of the most important financial areas in the Philippines.



Mandaluyong shares the second largest business district in the country with Pasig. The Ortigas Central Business District (CBD) is home to local companies, international corporations, and financial banks, such as:

Wack-Wack Golf Course
  • Hawlett Packard Philippines
  • Commonwealth Foods, Inc.
  • Unilab Laboratories (UNILAB)
  • Puma Spring and Rubber Industries
  • Banco De Oro

Five-star hotels and premiere shopping centers are also located here:

  • SM Megamall
  • The Podium,
  • Shangri-La Plaza
  • Starmall EDSA-Shaw

This is why property developers are continuously constructing residential properties and renting out commercial spaces.

Despite its busy environment, the city still retains a peaceful atmosphere. Its safe and calm neighborhoods and close proximity to shopping malls, restaurants, and schools makes the city a place for families. Its many offices, convention centers, and even an internationally renowned golf course make it a haven for businesspeople. Its strategic location also makes the district highly accessible via major thoroughfares and two metro rail stations.


Photographs from David McLeish and Jun Acculador (Flickr)