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Parañaque – Crossroads of North and South

It's not hard to see why many people are choosing to move to Parañaque. Aside from its strategic location at the crossroads of Metro Manila and southern Luzon, Parañaque is a prime residential area with many different subdivisions.

The city is connected to the rest of the metropolis by major highways, such as Roxas Boulevard, C-5, and the Southern Luzon Expressway (SLEX). It is also a rail center, with its foremost industrial and commercial areas being served by both the Philippine National Railways (PNR) and the LRT-1. And, with the Ninoy Aquino International Airport close by, it is also a passenger and logistics aviation hub.

Life in Parañaque

The city maintains its roots while looking forward to its future. As a former Spanish stronghold, Parañaque has many reminders from its colonial past, such as St. Andrew's Cathedral, which is home to one of the oldest Marian images in the Philippines. It was also a favorite vacation spot for Manila's wealthiest, who built houses overlooking the beach at Manila Bay. From its beginnings as a fishing town, it has become a city that embraces its potential to the fullest.

Now a full-fledged city with almost 700,000 inhabitants, Parañaque's growth started with its first subdivision, BF Homes Parañaque . Soon, other subdivisions, such as Merville, Sun Valley, and Multinational Village, were established by various real-estate developers. In cooperation with the government, the homeowners set about setting up basic infrastructure, such as power and waterworks. In time, Parañaque became a prime residential and commercial area rivalling the cities to the north.

Food lovers can enjoy the many restaurants along Aguirre Street in BF Homes Parañaque and the City of Dreams. Meanwhile, numerous schools, such as Manresa School, St. Andrew's School, St. Paul's College Parañaque, and Olivarez College, have emerged to serve the growing youth population.

Renting a House in Parañaque

The city of Parañaque has a charm all its own; it's easy to see why people choose to stay in the area despite the rapid development of the surrounding cities. If you are looking to look for a house for rent in Parañaque, rates can go from P8,000 to P180,000 a month. There is something for every budget in this rapidly growing city.


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