Apartment For Sale in Quezon City, Metro Manila

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Being Metro Manila’s largest city, Quezon City offers a wide variety of apartments for rent, resulting in lower average prices. The average price (2016) of a one-bedroom apartment for rent in Quezon City is PHP 3.355 million.

A city this large has a huge population. In fact, Quezon City is the most populous city in the Philippines with a 2015 Census population of 2,936,116.

Quezon City is divided into six congressional district, each of which elects a representative to the Lower House of Congress. As of 2016, there are 142 official barangays in Quezon City.

Serving as the capital of the Philippines from 1948 to 1976, Quezon City hosts some important government institutions, including Batasang Pambansa, the Office of the Vice President of the Philippines, the University of the Philippines Diliman, and the Office of the Ombudsman.

Well served by public transport infrastructures, Quezon City is the only city in Metro Manila served by all the commuter railways (LRT-1, LRT-2, and MRT-3). MRT-7, which is under construction, will traverse Quezon City from North Avenue to San Jose Del Monte City in Bulacan.

The Presidential City

Apartment for Sale in Quezon City Manila Philippines

Quezon City was named after the second president of the Philippines, Manuel L. Quezon. It was initially established to serve as the country’s capital city and from 1948 to 1976, it was. Born out of the small individual towns of San Francisco del Monte, Novaliches, and Balintawak, the city may no longer be the nation’s capital, but it is still the seat of many important national government offices.

It is also the largest city in Metro Manila in terms of land area (166.2 square kilometers), and its total registered population (more than 2.9 million as of 2010) makes it one of the largest sources of manpower in the county. With a great deal of space and people, the city continues to be one of the most significant economic centers in the country.

Locally and Internationally Acclaimed

Recent years have seen Quezon City receive local and international acclaim, mostly for its efforts in improving its economic potential, environmental sustainability, and the overall quality of life of its residents. The expanse of the city coupled with the continuous efforts from residents, investors, and the local government has allowed it to be diverse and widely recognized.

The city is currently the country’s largest service economy with the majority of registered businesses engaged in wholesale and retail. It is also the location of several mixed-use townships, many of which are integrated developments with various businesses, condominiums, restaurants, and shopping malls. The most well-known are the following:

  • Eastwood City
  • U.P. Ayala TechnoHub
  • Araneta Center

At the same time, the city can be regarded as the national region’s center for medical care. Several government-owned specialty hospitals are located here, including the Philippine Heart Center, the Lung Center of the Philippines, the National Kidney and Transplant Institute, and the Philippine Children’s Medical Center.

Model Apartment Unit

Apartment for Sale: Quezon City

There are a number of quality and affordable apartments for sale currently available on the market. The Quezon City skyline is dotted with high-rise to medium-rise flats and row houses from many of the country’s best real estate developers. 53 Benitez by Rockwell Primaries, a subsidiary of Rockwell Land have units that range from PHP 6.5 to 10.3 million. Magnolia Residences by Robinsons Land range from PHP 3.2 to PHP 7.3 million. Avida Towers Vita 1 by Avida Land Corporation are priced from PHP 2 million to PHP 7.6 million. What is great about developments such as these are the amenities, such as gyms, swimming pools, function rooms, and landscaped gardens that come with it.

Smaller individual estates, but still in good quality are also numerous in the city. Such can be found in Ferndale Villas, Stellar Place, and The Manors Celebrity Place. Apartments in these harmonious and child-friendly locations are priced from PHP 2 million to PHP 14 million.

Quezon City is large, and the best way to be in reasonable range of the its key districts is to live in an apartment. Whether for rent or for sale, many units provide as many rooms and as much space as a traditional house and lot while costing less in terms of asking price and maintenance.