Lot For Sale in Marikina, Metro Manila

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The price of lots for sale in Marikina City vary according to size and location. A 322-square meter lot in Monterey Hills Subdivision in Parang is listed at P2.2 million while a 700-square meter lot in Loyola Grand Villas is sold at P29.4 million.

Marikina is an urbanized city that puts physical and social environment at its forefront. It draws in large crowds during weekends—families who enjoy picnics at the banks of Marikina River, joggers, sports enthusiasts and bikers alike.

If you are looking for a commercial lot, a 17,000-square meter lot in Concepcion Uno is sold for P12,000 per square meter. Related expenses such as Registration Fee, Transfer Fee Documentary Stamp, VAT and Notary Fee are shouldered by the buyer.

Over the years, Marikina City has established itself as a food destination as well. Lilac Street in Concepcion Dos is often compared to Maginhawa Street of Quezon City as it hosts numerous restaurants that have made a mark in the dining scene.


Marikina: More than just a “Shoe Capital”

Available Lot with View of Marikina ValleyWhile the tagline “Shoe Capital of the Philippines” will always be synonymous to Marikina, the city has successfully carved out a name in other facets as well. Marikina City is now a popular destinations for foodies—with homegrown restaurants creating a niche in the industry. Café Lidia is perhaps the most popular restaurant in the city offering lip-smacking pizza, pasta and steaks at an affordable price. Other popular restaurants include Rustic Mornings by Isabelo Garden, Patio Vera, Miguel & Maria and the classic Tapsi ni Vivian. Themed cafes and restaurants have also grown in popularity here—Caffé Piansa, a jail-inspired diner; House of Unicorns Café, a pastel paradise where you can wear a unicorn onesie while dining; and Hippie Tipi Restaurant where you can eat your pizza and lasagna inside these cute tipi huts!

The Marikina Sports Center is also a favorite destination in the city and it gets packed during weekends. The three-hectare property has an athletics track, 64 meters-wide grass pitch, two grandstands and an Olympic-sized pool. The complex has played host to numerous sporting and entertainment events over the years.


Marikina City demographics

496 Square Meter Lot with ViewMarikina is a small urban city measuring 22.64 square meters in land area. It has 16 barangays and has a population of over 450,000 as of 2015. The city lies on the Marikina Valley with the Sierra Madre Mountains east of Marikina. The Marikina River runs through the mid-west portion of the city, with its two tributaries—Nangka River and Sapang Baho Creek flowing in other parts of Marikina.

Its location coupled with the different bodies of water running through make the city prone to flooding. After the devastating effects of Typhoon Ondoy in 2009, the local government has significantly improved its flood control system and stepped up efforts for risk reduction and evacuation during calamities.

Residents are also educated on the ill-effects of improper waste disposal and the use of plastic bags is prohibited in the city. In fact, Marikina was hailed as one of the cleanest cities in Metro Manila.