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Nine Metro Manila areas with the most expensive condos

by Jillian CariolaPublished: June 13, 2017Updated: October 9, 2017

If you have the money, you will have no problem finding a condo to buy in these Metro Manila areas.

When selecting a condo, price is the leading concern of the most budget-conscious buyer, which is why they concentrate their search in areas that are not considered to be prime real estate. But if you have a “sky’s the limit” budget, it allows you to widen your scope to more desirable neighborhoods as you should: there are communities in Metro Manila where condos may cost more, but the prices are matched by the luxury and convenience provided by the locale.

In that regard, we searched MyProperty.ph’s database and found the following locations that house some of the most high-priced condo units in Metro Manila. (Note: selected units are one-bedroom, one bathroom with no parking)

 

Most expensive condos Metro Manila MyProperty Philippines Rockwell Center Makati City
Rockwell Center in Poblacion. Photo by First Holdings via Wikimedia Commons

Poblacion, Makati City

Said to be the first settlement of Makati, Poblacion to this day houses the local government as well as the city’s heritage district where institutions such as the Museo ng Makati and the Makati Parish Church are located. These days, Poblacion is known for more than that: over the years, it has grown to become the second most relevant commercial center of Makati after the central business district (CBD) itself. Rockwell Land’s Rockwell Center and Century Properties’ Century City are two of its most vital mixed-use areas containing residential and office buildings, restaurants, schools, the Power Plant Mall, and Century City Mall.

How expensive: For a little over Php44.5 million or Php445,838/sqm, you can own this 99.85-sqm one-bedroom condo unit in Century Properties’ Trump Tower Manila in Century City.

 

Most expensive condos Metro Manila MyProperty Philippines Bonifacio Global City Taguig
Bonifacio Global City. Photo via Depositphotos

Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City

Bonifacio Global City (BGC)—also called The Fort—was developed by a joint venture led by Ayala Land from a military camp into one of the most thriving financial districts of the country. Particularly noted for its sustainable nature, BGC’s community is famous for its walkability, green outdoor spaces, and effective flood control management program. The neighborhood’s corporate landscape is liberally dotted with various bars, restaurants, and retail shops found in sections like Bonifacio High Street, Serendra, SM Aura, and Market! Market! It also houses several embassies, The Mind Museum, KidZania Manila, and the world-class St. Luke’s Medical Center.

How expensive: At Ayala Land’s Two Serendra, this 55-sqm one-bedroom condo unit will cost you Php12 million or Php218,182/sqm.

 

Most expensive condos Metro Manila MyProperty Philippines Ortigas Center
Ortigas Center. Photo by RamirBorja at English Wikipedia

Ortigas Center

The Ortigas CBD is bounded by the cities of Pasig, Mandaluyong, and Quezon City, and is the Philippines’ second most significant business district. Several malls are located within the center, including SM Megamall, Shangri-La Plaza, Robinsons Galleria, and The Podium. Ortigas is also known for containing the headquarters of San Miguel Corporation, Jollibee Foods Corporation, HSBC Philippines, and the Asian Development Bank.

How expensive: At Robinsons Luxuria’s The Residences at The Westin, this 50-sqm one-bedroom condo costs a little over Php10.5 million or just over Php210,000/sqm.

 

Most expensive condos Metro Manila MyProperty Philippines McKinley Hill Taguig City
McKinley Hill. Photo from Megaworld Corporation

McKinley Hill, Taguig City

McKinley Hill is a 50-hectare township developed by property giant Megaworld Corporation within Taguig’s Barangay Pinagsama. The development is said to contain 34 condominiums, 482 residential lots, and 15 office towers. Sprinkled across the township are around 90 restaurants and commercial stores, several international schools and foreign embassies. Another standout feature of McKinley Hill is the Venice Grand Canal Mall, an Italian-inspired commercial center containing the country’s first man-made grand canal with gondolas.

How expensive: Megaworld’s Venice Luxury Residences has a 55.1-sqm one-bedroom unit that is priced at Php11 million or a bit over Php199,000/sqm.

 

Most expensive condos Metro Manila MyProperty Philippines Salcedo Village Ayala Avenue Makati
Office Buildings along Ayala Avenue. Photo via Depositphotos

Salcedo Village, Makati City

Enclosed by Paseo De Roxas, Buendia Avenue, and Ayala Avenue, Salcedo Village presents a balanced combination of office spaces, residential components, parks, and restaurants for an ideal residence for start-up families. In this neighborhood are the PBCom Building, Smart Communications, LKG Tower, the Makati Sports Club, and Salcedo Park, which hosts a weekly market scene every Saturday. Foodies flock the area’s most popular restaurants like Wildflour, Gino’s Brick Oven Pizza, Relish, and Hooch.

How expensive: At Shang Salcedo Place by Shang Properties, this 52-sqm one-bedroom unit costs Php9.858 million or Php189,577/sqm.

 

Bel-Air, Makati City

Bel-Air Village is the name of both a private subdivision and a barangay within Makati, and pride itself with being one of the cleanest barangays in the city. The area is most well-known for the multitude and variety of restaurants, cafés, and bars lining Jupiter Street; landmarks like SMDC’s Jazz Residences along Nicanor Garcia Avenue; and the Rockwell Land residential development The Proscenium along Estrella Street.

How expensive: The investment price of this 56.5-sqm one-bedroom unit at Megaworld’s One Central Makati is over Php9.1 million or a little over Php163,000/sqm.

 

Most expensive condos Metro Manila MyProperty Philippines North Triangle Quezon City
TriNoMa Mall in North Triangle. Photo by Judgefloro via Wikimedia Commons / CC BY

North Triangle, Quezon City

North Triangle is an area in Quezon City poised to be the city’s next CBD due to the ongoing development of Ayala Land’s mixed-use development Vertis North, which will contain residential, commercial, and retail components. Outside the development, places of interest include TriNoMa Mall, the Philippine Children’s Medical Center, the Philippine Science High School, and the Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife Center.

How expensive: This 56-sqm one-bedroom unit at Alveo Land’s High Park Tower can be purchased for almost Php9 million or about Php160,000/sqm.

 

Most expensive condos Metro Manila MyProperty Philippines Eastwood Quezon City
Eastwood City. Photo from Megaworld Corporation

Eastwood City, Quezon City

Megaworld’s 18-hectare development Eastwood City is also recognized as the Philippines’ first cyberpark and its first-ever integrated township project. Aside from having a modern IT park with 10 office buildings, Eastwood also contains 19 condo towers, seven residential projects, 500 commercial and retail stores, and three malls. As a cyberpark, many of its corporate tenants are business process outsourcing (BPO) brands, including Accenture, Citibank, Dell, eTelecare, and IBM Global Services.

How expensive: At One Orchard Road, you can buy this 57-sqm one-bedroom unit for Php8.162 million or about Php143,000/sqm.

 

Capitol Commons, Pasig City

Ortigas & Company is also responsible for the redevelopment of the former Rizal Provincial Capitol complex into the 10-hectare Capitol Commons, which contains living components, offices, and commercial areas. In the development of Capitol Commons, Pasig gained its first-ever high-end shopping center: Estancia at Capitol Commons. While several components are already up and running, development is still ongoing and will culminate in the completion of 35,000 sqm of retail space, 20,000 sqm of office space for knowledge process outsourcing (KPO) companies, and 280,000 sqm of residential space.

How expensive: At The Royalton at Capitol Commons by Ortigas & Company, there is a 69-sqm, one-bedroom condo being sold for slightly over Php9.640 million or Php139,718/sqm.

 

Main photo via Depositphotos

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