Fairview, along with Lagro, makes up Novaliches, the northern half sub-division area of Quezon City. A primarily residential area that has no defined urban boundaries, Fairview-Novaliches has since grown to be an underrated spot for millennials, starter to growing families who wish to seek a new home in Quezon City.
NeighborsThe area of Fairview is bordered by Manila to the southwest, by Caloocan and Valenzuela City to the west and northwest. To the south lie San Juan and Mandaluyong, while Marikina and Pasig border the city to the southeast. To the north across Marilao River lies San Jose del Monte in the province of Bulacan, while to the east lie Rodriguez and San Mateo, both in the province of Rizal.
(Image source: *Point of reference is Avida Towers Astrea)There are buses, public utility vans, and jeepneys that passes through major thoroughfares in or out of Fairview. There’s a bus terminal controlled by the Metro Manila Development Authority (MDDA) near Quirino Highway, which is walking distance. You can also ride a bus, FX van, or jeepney to SM City North Edsa or Quezon Avenue to ride the Metro Manila Railway (MRT) to any point in Metro Manila.
Why You’ll Love The PlaceFairview-Novaliches is near the La Mesa Dam and Reservoir, a 27-kilometer earth dam and protected area that contains the last remaining rainforest in Metro Manila. As such, the easternmost area offers lush greens, making it easy for its residents to get in touch with nature. Its location, on the other hand, offers a sense of privacy and security. Avida Towers Astrea, a mid-size condominium development, for example, offers a secure and organized community living for its future residents. It is also surprisingly accessible to a choice roster of colleges, namely FEU (Far Eastern University) – NRMF, Our Lady of Fatima University (OLFU), AMA Computer College Fairview Campus, La Consolacion College-Deparo (LCCD), Metro Manila College (MMC), Montessori College, and the National College of Business and Arts (NCBA), along with other primary school and high school institutions. Moreover, a growing business park in front of SM Fairview and Robinson’s Place offers retail, commercial, and office spaces enough that could spark a revolution of industrial and business process outsourcing (BPO) business revolution.
People and LifestyleFairview-Novaliches evokes the suburban type of living, so it does make sense if starter to growing families, and retirees live in this area. But because of its transit accessibility, millennials who are seeking a pre-selling condo unit with breathable spaces in a community that offers the suburban lifestyle are ready to invest in such a safe and secure location.
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(Image source: www.rand.org)Real estate developer Avida believes that this kind of project DNA delivers a type of property value that is beyond the market price: by integrating residential communities with industrial and commercial spaces, you help residents get the most out of their lives in their homes. See more of what Fairviews-Novaliches can offer you by exploring these condos for sale here.
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