Global real estate portal Lamudi ranks Metro Manila’s most popular residential enclaves.
Looking for a vibrant neighborhood for your first-home investment or planning for a weekender city escapade? It is time to rediscover the most happening communities in Metro Manila: from the busy Makati central business district to the food-frenzied and laid-back street of Maginhawa, global real estate portal Lamudi has ranked the five most popular enclaves in Metro Manila to help you find your lifestyle-centric future home.
Makati Central Business District
A mixed-used, fully developed enclave where towering condos, myriad dining options, and the trendiest commercial centers are all in one place. Work, dine and cap off the night in a trendy bar without driving, as all of your needs and more are just a few steps away.
BF Homes, Sucat, Parañaque City
Considered one of the gateways to the south with good access to three cities— Parañaque, Las Piñas, and Muntinlupa—BF Homes currently has one of the trendiest food scenes anywhere in Metro Manila. Numerous establishments, specialty shops, and exciting eateries dot its streets, securing a unique and complete lifestyle for its laid-back residents.
Located at the heart of Metro Manila and accessible from Quezon City, Makati, and Manila, this small city is considered a thriving residential and leisure spot in the metro. Exclusive residential villages, a wide array of shops for everyday convenience, and plenty of delectable Chinese restaurants to boot make San Juan one of the most liveable cities in Metro Manila.
UP Village, Quezon City
UP Village’s Maginhawa Street is enjoying immense popularity nowadays because of its many restaurants. Residents living close to this community need not go far to sample Middle Eastern, Thai, or even Vietnamese cuisine. A certified neighborhood hangout, UP Village has come a long way from being a quiet residential enclave to a booming leisure spot.
Loyola Heights, Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City
This quiet residential enclave is surrounded by Quezon City’s top schools such as UP Diliman, Ateneo de Manila, and Miriam College, yet it also has plenty of restaurants, especially the areas along Katipunan Avenue, making it a trendy place to dine out. This community is best for parents who prefer to live right beside their children's learning places.
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