Your family is now growing and you need a home that can grow with you.
Space, location and accessibility – these are surely among the first things on your list as you go search for your new home. You want a home that’s close to places that can meet your everyday needs, and at the same time, a home that can provide you with even more space for your family’s ever growing needs.
New Manila in Quezon City has all of these to offer. These and more are what makes it one of the most family-friendly communities in Quezon City (and the whole of the North).
1. The country’s top schools are easily accessible.
Choosing a home close to a school is a smart decision for both parents and children. Less time spent in traffic and travel means more quality time spent for play, rest and study. In New Manila, families enjoy the benefit of living close to the country’s best schools.
Easily accessible from New Manila are La Salle Greenhills, St. Paul University, Immaculate Conception Academy, St. Joseph’s College of Quezon City, Xavier School and Trinity University of Asia. Some of the country’s top universities, namely University of the Philippines Diliman, Ateneo de Manila University, and University of Santo Tomas, are also accessible by both private and public transportation.
2. You can get the best care for your family.
St. Luke’s Medical Center and Cardinal Santos Medical Center are home to some of the best doctors in the country. In 2014, St. Luke’s was even included by a Netherlands-based think tank and membership organization for diplomats in its list of 40 best hospitals in the world. There is no better place to raise a family when you know that you are only blocks away from expert care.
3. Family get-togethers can be a regular thing.
New Manila is just a short 5-minute drive from EDSA, the metro’s busiest thoroughfare which connects the cities of Caloocan, Quezon City, San Juan, Mandaluyong, Makati and Pasay. So if you have relatives or friends in those cities or any part of the North or South, inviting them over for a Sunday brunch or coming over to their homes won’t be a cause of inconvenience.
4. After a day’s work, you can be at home by dinner.
Regularly eating together at the table as a family is important, especially for children. If you work in one of Metro Manila’s central business districts, coming home to New Manila in time for family dinners won’t be a problem. Whether you work in Ortigas, Makati or Bonifacio Global City, you can always make it home in just less than an hour. You can finally take your time in creating Instagram-worthy dishes and enjoying those with the whole family.
5. New Manila is a self-sustaining community.
New Manila is indeed the perfect refuge for the whole family. Schools, hospitals, churches, grocery stores, transportation hubs and business establishments are all within reach.
Are you all foodies in the family? Or shopaholics? There’s no way you would miss out on the newest dining and fashion discoveries here. That’s with restaurant hub Tomas Morato just a 5-minute drive away and Greenhills Shopping Center only 10 minutes away.
And if you’re into plays and musical shows, there’s the PETA Theater right in your own neighborhood. If you’re into concerts and collegial sports, meanwhile, there’s also the nearby Araneta Coliseum to watch your favorite artists perform and basketball players make the shots live.
6. It has all the space you need.
Talk about spacious living, and the first thing you’ll think of is New Manila and its elegant family compounds.
New Manila’s heritage of uncompromised spacious living is now embodied by SkyVillas at One Balete, a 31-storey luxury condominium tower offering a house-like atmosphere. SkyVillas prides itself on having large rooms of up to 500 square meters, complete with floor-to-ceiling glass and steel windows. This condominium also only has two to eight units per floor, perfect for families who crave the lifestyle of spacious – but intimate – living.
Looking for a more spacious home to match your growing family? Check out this luxury condominium at One Balete in New Manila, Quezon City.