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Parañaque – Convenience at Your Doorstep

Far removed from its beginnings as a sleepy fishing town south of Manila, Parañaque has emerged to become a must-visit residential area with its fair share of business and entertainment opportunities.

Factors that make people move to Parañaque include its proximity to vital roads, such as the Southern Luzon Expressway (SLEX), Roxas Boulevard, and C-5, all of which lead to different parts of southern and eastern Luzon. It also hosts the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), which is the top airport in the country. With many commercial and industrial establishments choosing to base their operations there, a Parañaque can live, work, and play all in the same day.

A City of Promise

The area that is now occupied by Parañaque was once a strategic port for the fisherfolk plying their trade along Manila Bay. The district of Baclaran, for example, was named after the stationary fishing nets that dotted the waters. It was also home to sandy beaches, mangroves, and lagoons. The beaches may be gone, but the city is repositioning itself as Metro Manila's recreation capital.

Fine, 6-star hotels and casinos, such as Solaire Resorts and City of Dreams Manila, have revitalized the western outskirts of the city. Meanwhile, Baclaran has fortified its reputation as one of the country's top shopping destinations, with dry goods and fresh produce alike being sold in its markets. Further inland, SM has three branches in the city – Sucat, Bicutan, and BF Homes Parañaque, which offer a dazzling array of goods and services.

Parañaque residents also benefit from the many other establishments that have set up shop in the city. Students either go to the schools in nearby Makati or stay closer to home, with the likes of Olivarez College, St. Paul Parañaque, St. Andrew's School, and Manresa School maintaining their competitiveness among their peers.

Buying a Townouse in Parañaque

Through the years, residential subdivisions have given Parañaque's workers and executives a wealth of options that is possibly unmatched in the metropolis. A townhouse can go for as low as P1.7 million to as high as P12.5 million; this makes buying a townhouse in Parañaque a good investment option. However, once you settle down in Parañaque, we bet you'll never want to move out.


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