Quezon City, colloquially known as “QC,” is the largest city in Metro Manila both in terms of population and land area. It is located on the northern side of the metropolis, in particular the section that borders the provinces of Rizal and Bulacan. Due to large land area, highly urbanized status and high rate of millennial populace, QC has a plethora of tourist spots and hang-out destinations.
At the core of Quezon City is the Quezon Memorial Circle, a large traffic circle that is also functions as the city’s main open park. Its most iconic structure is the 66-foot monument that serves as a memorial and the final resting place of Commonwealth-era President Manuel Quezon. It has tourist facilities and stores that will surely spark the interest of any visitor. At night, the monument is spectacularly lit by red, white, blue and yellow lights that correspond to the colors of the Philippine flag.
QC is also home to two of the finest universities in the Philippines. The University of the Philippines Diliman is the flagship campus of the University of the Philippines, the country’s premier State-run educational institution and the only national university. Ateneo de Manila University, located at Loyola Heights not far away from the University of the Philippines, is the country’s leading private university and best known for its humanities and social sciences programs.
The city is an entertainment mecca. Being the hub of the country’s entertainment industry, it hosts the headquarters of all of the leading television networks, radio stations and movie studios. It is also the location of the Araneta Center, a mixed-use complex where the Araneta Coliseum, the largest domed structure in the country, and main venue of choice for many sports and entertainment events, is located.
Quezon City’s most die-hard shoppers drop by the North EDSA area, where to rival shopping malls, SM North EDSA and the Trinoma Mall, welcome visitors in their air-conditioned corridors. Foodies and party goers frequent the bars and restaurants of Barangay South Triangle, Maginhawa street and Cubao Expo.
Other notable landmarks and places of interests in Quezon City include the Camp Crame, Camp Aguinaldo, Camp Karingal, the La Mesa Eco Park, Eastwood City, and the Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife.
One can fully experience the potential that Quezon City holds by checking out the list of available lots for sale in the city.
Most of these available lots are located either in subdivisions or in peaceful residential areas. Some of them have no structures built yet, which mean buyers are free to decide on the looks of their future home. Take into consideration the lots located in either Don Jose Heights, Tivoli Royale Subdivision and Tierra Pura. Aside from the fact that they are situated in gated communities, they also offer access to subdivision amenities such as the country club and the swimming pool.
Businessmen and investors may also consider the larger lots that are perfect for industrial purposes, such as those that are located in Cubao.
With its accessibility, opportunities and interesting landmarks, Quezon City is surely a great option in choosing where to live, so what are you waiting for? Scroll through the list and find your dream home or set-up your new business location in QC now.