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Condominiums in Greenhills, San Juan have very affordable rental rates ranging from Php14,000 to Php60,000 a month.

San Juan’s original name during the Spanish colonization was “San Juan del Monte”.

San Juan only attained its status as a city in the year 2007.

4 former Presidents of the Philippines were official residents of the city of San Juan: Diosdado Macapagal, Ferdinand Marcos, Joseph Estrada, and Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.

 

Home in the Middle of Metro Manila

Condo for Rent in San Juan GreenhillsThe area popularly known as Greenhills in San Juan is one of the most convenient places to reside, study, and work within Metro Manila. Condominium living in Greenhills also follows this trend of convenience, especially with a selection of furnished and unfurnished dwellings ready for renting. Most of the available condominiums have one or two bedrooms, however there are also studios and more spacious three bedroom apartments for lease. Availing of the condominiums may also come with use of building facilities such as parking slots, gyms, swimming pools, playgrounds, and other common areas---a great boon to young families seeking a home in this area.

A great plus of living in Greenhills is one’s proximity to commercial centers such as the Promenade Greenhills, Shoppesville, and the famed Greenhills Shopping Center and tiangge. Now shopping and bargain hunting both during peak season and off-season need not become a marathon or an arduous expedition. Greenhills is also the site of the Cardinal Santos Medical Center, a state of the art private hospital. Exclusive schools such as OB Montessori, Xavier School, and the Immaculate Conception Academy are also found within the bounds of Greenhills. A Catholic parish, Mary the Queen, as well as other places of worship can be found in the Greenhills area.

Greenhills is readily accessed via Ortigas Avenue, which connects this area to New Manila as well as to Mandaluyong City and Metro Manila’s main thoroughfare EDSA. Buses and jeepneys ply regular routes passing through Greenhills. Greenhills is a short distance from the MRT-3 train line, which provides a convenient means of transportation to the cities of Mandaluyong, Makati, Pasay, and Quezon City.

 

The Heights of San Juan

San Juan Greenhills CondominiumsThe City of San Juan is comfortably ensconced in hilly, rolling terrain, which has given rise to some place names such as Little Baguio and Addition Hills. Nowadays, its 21 barangays are highly urbanized, having undergone rapid commercial and residential development. A variety of specialty restaurants and stores have made their home in San Juan. A variety of cuisines ranging from Chinese, Japanese, Italian, just to name a few, can be enjoyed by residents and visitors. San Juan also is the site of Cinema ’76 Film Society, a theater dedicated to promoting Filipino indie films.

Families seeking a home in San Juan will have little difficulty in picking schools for their children. Apart from the aforementioned schools in the Greenhills area, San Juan also has a variety of private and public basic educational institutions. A tertiary state university, the Polytechnic University of the Philippines, is located in Barangay Addition Hills. The city of San Juan is also in close proximity to other prestigious schools in neighboring cities such as La Salle Greenhills in Mandaluyong City, Saint Pedro Poveda College in Quezon City, as well as the Central Colleges of the Philippines and the University of the East Ramon Magsaysay Medical Center College of Medicine in Santa Mesa, Manila.

San Juan has been a prime location for developers due to its central location with respect to the rest of Metro Manila. This city is bound by the City of Manila to the West, Quezon City to the north and east, and Mandaluyong to the south. A network of roads as well as a readily available public transport system have made living and working in San Juan not only feasible but desirable. Within thirty minutes to an hour, residents can reach the commercial district of Gilmore in New Manila, or Cubao in Quezon City. Buses and the MRT-3 train line provide ready access routes to the business district of Makati. San Juan’s main artery, Ortigas Avenue, serves to connect San Juan to Pasig City as well as Cainta, Rosario, and other towns in Rizal Province.

 

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