2,750 Square Meters High Ceiling Warehouse in Bagbaguin,Meycauayan City Bulacan
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2,750 Sqm High Ceiling Warehouse in Bagbaguin Mecauayan City,Bulacan
The city of Meycauayan is a 3rd class component city in the province of Bulacan, Philippines which has a population of 225,673 people. It is one of the oldest towns in the province.
The city is located 19 kilometers (12 mi) north of Manila and 26 kilometers (16 mi) south of Malolos City, the provincial capital city. It is bounded by the town of Marilao to the north, the two Metro Manila cities of Valenzuela to the south and Caloocan (North) to the east, and the town of Obando to the west.
It successfully became a city (third city in Bulacan) on December 10, 2006, after their voters ratifiedHouse Bill 4397 in the plebiscite.
Today, the city of Meycauayan has transformed into a major economic and industrial hub in the Province of Bulacan and the rest of Region III.
It is bordered by the town of Marilao to the north, towns of Bocaue and Bulakan, Bulacan to the northwest, Valenzuela to the south, Northern part of Caloocan to the east, and the town of Obando to the west.
The barangays of Meycauayan City are the following
The cities closest to Meycauayan are Valenzuela, Malabon, Navotas, Caloocan, San Jose del Monte, Bulacan, and Quezon City. The nearest municipalities are Marilao, Bulacan, Obando, Bulacan, Bocaue, Bulacan, Santa Maria, Bulacan, Bulakan, Bulacan, and Balagtas, Bulacan. Its distance from the national capital is 16.28 kilometers (10.11 miles).
The City of Meycauayan is the economic, industrial, commercial, financial and educational center of southern Bulacan. The city is known for its jewelry and leather industries. For years, Meycauayan has been the hub of jewelry production in the Philippines and in Asia. It is known for its low-priced jewelries. The locality also produces leather goods. Shoes, bags and every kind of leather product has been traditionally manufactured here. A number of leather tanneries still operate in Meycauayan, which over the years have converted the city into a hub for leather goods.
In 2016, the total net income for Meycauayan is worth Php 6.875 billion, making it the richest in the province of Bulacan and 18th-highest-income city in the Philippines.
The City of Meycauayan is also home to many industrial parks and compounds.
Meycauayan Industrial Subd. I, II, III & IV
Meridian Industrial Compound
Muralla Industrial Park
First Valenzuela Industrial Compound
Sterling Industrial Park Phase I, II, III & IV
Barangay Bagbaguin shares a common border with the following barangay(s):Bahay Pare, Meycauayan, Bulacan
Barangay 171, Caloocan
Perez, Meycauayan, Bulacan
Bulacan is bordered, clockwise from the North, by Nueva Ecija, Aurora, Quezon, Rizal, National Capital Region, Manila Bay, and Pampanga.
San Miguel Corporation’s proposed Bulacan Airport, dubbed as the New Manila International Airport, involves the construction of a brand-new international airport and is being positioned as an alternative to the congested NAIA in Manila.
MRT-7 a rapid transit line under construction in the Philippine s when completed, the line will be 22.8 kilometers (14.2 mi) long, with 14 stations.The line runs in a northeast-southwest direction, beginning at San Jose del Monte, Bulacan up to the North Avenue Grand Central Station in North Avenue, Quezon City. The line will traverse Quezon City and Caloocan in Metro Manila and is envisioned to spur business and commerce at its inter-modal terminal station in San Jose del Monte, Bulacan.
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