House and lot For Sale in Project 8, Metro Manila

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Houses in Project 8 Quezon City come in a wide range of prices, from as low as under Php4 million to as much as as Php95 million.

Project 8 is one of eight residential subdivisions developed by the national government in Quezon City

Quezon City is the largest city in terms of land size within Metro Manila

This city was the capital of the Philippines from 1948 to 1976.


Project 8: Between the Crossroads

House for Sale in Project 8 QCThe subdivision of Project 8 in Quezon City has seen much in the way of residential development. Most of the available homes in this area are townhouses, however there are also duplex-type, detached type, and stand-alone houses up for sale. Many of the townhouses have three storeys, with three or four bedrooms. Larger townhouses can accommodate up to 5 bedrooms. Most of these homes have gated garages that can hold up to 2 cars. Vantage points such as terraces and roof-decks are also available for the townhouse units. Houses standing on their own lots also have provisions for larger garages as well as small pocket gardens.

Houses in Project 8 are conveniently located near several basic education institutions, restaurants, banks, and other commercial establishments. Two tertiary hospitals, the Quezon City General Hospital and the Metro North Medical Center Hospital, may also be found within Project 8. Several supermarkets and small shopping centers are also located in this area. Nevertheless, most of Project 8 is devoted to residential purposes, ensuring peace and security for residents.

Not far from Project 8 are several city landmarks such as the Quezon Memorial Circle and the Veterans Memorial Medical Center. Two major shopping malls, the Landmark-Trinoma and SM North EDSA are also a quick drive or commute from Project 8. The EDSA Munoz market is also at the Project 8 boundary.

Project 8 is enclosed by major thoroughfares such as Congressional Avenue, Mindanao Avenue, Tandang Sora Avenue, and Visayas Avenue. It can also be accessed from the Roosevelt Station of the LRT-1 line. The Balintawak entrance to the North Luzon Expressway is also located west of Project 8.


A City of Diversity and Grandeur: Quezon City

Buy a new home in Project 8 QC HomesQuezon City, due to its status as a former national capital, still retains many important government offices and sites. Nevertheless, this city has continued to evolve and diversify to keep up with the times and the ever-changing needs of its residents. Various commercial, industrial, and residential establishments are situated throughout its 142 barangays.

At the very heart of the city is the Quezon Memorial Circle, a park which features a museum of the former President Manuel L. Quezon, as well as promenades and open spaces for leisure. Surrounding the circle is the Elliptical Road, which runs by various government offices such as the Department of Agriculture. The Elliptical Road branches out into several avenues. The East Avenue leads to specialty hospitals such as the National Kidney and Transplant Institute, the Lung Center of the Philippines, and the Philippine Heart Center. The Visayas Avenue leads to residential districts, while the Commonwealth Avenue leads to the Philippines’ prime state university, the University of the Philippines. The Commonwealth Avenue also leads to the Batasang Pambansa compound, the home of the Philippines’ House of Representatives.

Apart from the University of the Philippines, Quezon City is also the home of various educational institutions such as the Ateneo de Manila University and the Philippine Science High School. These schools have contributed much to the academic and cultural development of the Philippines.

Quezon City also has several longstanding commercial districts such as Cubao. Cubao is a hub for several malls, expos, and the renowned Farmers Market where customers can acquire fresh fruits, seafood and other wet market goods. The neighborhood of Kamuning also features specialty shops and cafes that have contributed much to Quezon City’s culture.

In recent years Quezon City has also become a foodie destination due to the rise of food parks, as well as artisan restaurants, and cafes all around the city. Places such as Maginhawa Street, the Hive, Area 2, and Tomas Morato have become havens for food bloggers, gourmets, and gourmands. Many of these are clustered around the schools and universities of Quezon City.