Apartment For Rent in Pasay, Metro Manila

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The average price (2016) of a one bedroom apartment for rent in Pasay City is PHP 25,500 per month, according to Lamudi data.

Pasay is home to the Mall of Asia, which is currently the Philippines’ third largest shopping mall and the world’s 11th.

The city hosts the Mall of Asia Arena, a 20,000-capacity indoor arena, which served as the venue for the 2016 Miss Universe pageant.

Often dubbed as Metro Manila’s travel city, Pasay is home to Terminal 2, Terminal 3, and Terminal 4 of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).


A City with a Little Bit of Everything

Sunset over Manila Bay as Your View

From starting out as a trading settlement evangelized by the Augustinian Order in the 1500s, to becoming a pueblo in 1863, and then evolving into a suburban town less than half-a-century later, Pasay City is quick when it comes to progress, where not even the ravages of war could prevent it from getting back on its feet.

Today, Pasay is a city of great contrasts. Amidst its busy streets and fast-pace areas, the city boasts of nooks that are quite removed from the mayhem it is renowned for. For example, for a good game of golf, one can go to the Villamor area where the Villamor Golf Course is located. It is a flat yet still challenging course with fairways that are lined with old and elegant ipil-ipil, mango, and narra trees. Then there is the wide expanse that is the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) Complex, where performing arts theaters, convention centers, museums, a theme park, and even a haunted film center can be found. The area also has wide and safe streets where people normally go biking on weekends.

For a little more excitement, Pasay is also the location of the Mall of Asia (MOA) Complex, the centerpiece of which is the Mall of Asia, which is a half-a-million square meter of retail space that boasts of everything from world-renowned fashion retailers, restaurants, an ice skating rink, and IMAX theaters, among many others. The mall also sits beside the 20,000-capacity MOA Arena, where international pop stars like Ariana Grande, Selena Gomez, and counting have performed. Not stopping there, the MOA Complex continues to grow into a full-fledged business district complete with office towers and residential apartments with an ocean-side atmosphere - a first in Metro Manila.


Apartment for Rent: Pasay Living

The city of Pasay is one of the most exciting places to live in Metro Manila. How else can any resident enjoy the flexibility of living here than through apartments for rent in Pasay? As the city continues to quickly develop, many mixed-use estates and residential developments have sprouted in the different parts of the city over the last few years.

Fancy living close to a casino resort near the airport? An apartment for rent in Newport City is an ideal choice. Units are located within a gated mixed-use estate that sits beside high-end hotels, a shopping mall, and BPO offices. Try a new and fully furnished 29-square-meter space across the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA). Featuring comprehensive amenities like an intercom, Wi-Fi, centralized air conditioning, advanced fire and safety systems, a pool, and a bevy of retail shops, the P30,000 per month apartment is a must see. Residents will soon enjoy direct access to the NAIA Terminal 3 via an elevated, fully air-conditioned walkway, making catching flights after a quick game of poker easier than ever.

Bedroom Overlooking Manila Bay

For lifestyles involving late-afternoon views of the famed Manila Bay sunset while sipping a glass of vino, living within the MOA Complex is the choice option, and apartments for rent in the area are reasonably priced. One could find a fully furnished P25,000 per month one-bedroom apartment along Sunset Drive. For P30,000 per month is a similarly located unit with a little more amenities included from pools, gardens, and shops. Apart from giving great value, a unit in the complex also makes the commute to work easy as Makati and the Bonifacio Global City are conveniently accessible via the Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA).

Apart from MOA, there are a number of ideal locations for finding rental apartments in the utterly frenzied Pasay City. Among these is the always important thoroughfare of Taft Avenue. The south end of the avenue runs through the city creating a well-needed transportation infrastructure in this side of the Metro. For students, particularly those who attend the universities along the avenue, a studio type apartment is ideal in terms of price and location. One unit in Zone 3 only costs P12,000 monthly. The 22-square-meter apartment comes with a CCTV system, fire exits, a fire alarm, a pool, and 24-hour security. There are other apartments that cost a little bit more, and would likely fit students who have a little more to spend, as well as those looking to live a home that is a little more comprehensive.

Pasay is indeed a city that offers many options and great flexibility, best exemplified by its many residential properties. If you are looking for a place to stay, either temporarily or permanently, consider an apartment for rent in Pasay City, which is easily one of the best real estate options in Metro Manila.