Mandaluyong is one of the 16 cities comprising Metro Manila. Nicknamed "The Tiger City," it is located right at the center of the metropolis. It is bounded to the west by Manila, to the north by San Juan, to the northeast by Quezon City and to the east by Pasig. Mandaluyong's southern boundary is the Pasig River, which separates it from Makati.
Being at the heart of Metro Manila gives Mandaluyong the enviable position of serving as an economic center. Small- and medium-sized businesses thrive, especially in the city's older section, which is at the intersection of Shaw Boulevard and Kalentong Street, and the area along Boni Avenue near City Hall. On its eastern boundary lies a section of Ortigas Center, Metro Manila's second most important central business district, and home to some to some of local and international companies. Mandaluyong is the headquarters of San Miguel Corporation, the country's largest business conglomerate, as well as the Asian Development Bank.
A reflection of the economic vigor of Mandaluyong is the rise of large number of shopping areas in the city. Three of four shopping malls that are located in Ortigas Center- SM Megamall, The Podium and Shangri-La Plaza Mall- are within the boundaries of Mandaluyong. Starmall EDSA, which started out as the Manuela Department Store, is a landmark of the EDSA-Shaw Boulevard intersecftion and a major stop for many public utility vehicles going through the area. Robinson's Forum Mall serves constituents of a mixed-use community and nearby areas at the EDSA-Pioneer-Boni Avenue intersection. Of course, traditional public markets and flea markets still thrive in many districts of the Tiger City.
The great economic prospects that Mandaluyong brings is one of the reasons why real estate developers and investors have always considered acquiring properties in the city. Proof of that is the increasing number of condominiums and other vertical property developers that have sprouted in many places around the city in recent years, especially at the Ortigas Center and Shaw Boulevard areas. The increasing interest of real estate developers and investors to acquire assets and build projects make lot prices in Mandaluyong appreciate in value greatly.
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