Top 5 Condos in the Philippines for an Affordable Living Experience

Condos in the Philippines for an Affordable Living Experience

Condos are seen as an expensive way to live. However, if you dig deeper, condos can actually be more affordable than landed properties, especially if you want to locate in city centers. If you’re working in OrtigasCenter in the Philippines for example, looking for a Pasig condo for rent (especially within OrtigasCenter itself) will likely be a more affordable option as compared to a house for rent in the nearby village of Valle Verde.

Of course, there are cheaper apartments for rent in less affluent communities, but of course, the standard of living is not the same. If you want to achieve condo living that’s on the budget-friendly side, here are the best options for you to check out in the heart of Metro Manila:

1.   Brixton Place

If you want to live in a new condo near Bonifacio Global City, but without the price tag that comes along with it, you should check out DMCI’s Brixton Place in Kapitolyo, Pasig City. Located right across the BGC-Ortigas Link Bridge, Brixton Place offers accessibility to OrtigasCenter and Bonifacio Global City.

Brixton Place offers units from 1 to 3 bedrooms, ranging from 30 to almost 84 square meters. Residents can enjoy the panoramic view of BGC, Ortigas, Makati, and also of Antipolo.

2.   Avida Towers Asten

Avida Land, an arm of top local developer Ayala Land, focuses on building properties for middle-income families. Avida offers affordable condo options in key locations including Avida Towers Asten in Makati City.

Avida Towers Asten is a three-tower condo complex in a 1-hectare property along the streets of Malugay and Yakal in Barangay San Antonio in Makati City, and have units ranging from studio-type to 3-bedroom and with sizes from over 24 sq.m to almost 111 sq.m.

The property is just a few minutes’ walk from Makati Central Business District, where a lot of multinational companies are located, making for a great residence for their employees.

3.   Amaia Skies Shaw

Another wholly-owned subsidiary of Ayala Land offering an affordable condo living experience is Amaia Land. Amaia focuses on economic housing, and offers both horizontal and vertical residential options.

One of the affordable Amaia condos in Metro Manila is Amaia Skies Shaw, a two-tower condo project located at Shaw Boulevard corner Samat Street in Barangay Highway Hills in the City of Mandaluyong.

Amaia Skies Shaw has a total of 2,768 residential units ranging from 18.6 sq.m. to 36.2 sq.m. It’s just walking distance from the shopping complexes of Mandaluyong City.

4.   Urban Deca Homes Ortigas

Touted as the most affordable condo in Ortigas is a project from mass housing developer 8990 Holdings. With twenty-two 15-storey buildings, the condo complex offers 19,046 units offered either as 2 or 3-bedroom with sizes between 30.6 to 42.07 sq.m.

Urban Deca Homes Ortigas is located along Ortigas Avenue Extension, offering an affordable condominium living experience that is accessible to Pasig City, Mandaluyong City, Quezon City, Makati City, and even the adjacent province of Rizal.

5.   Grace Residences

SMDC, the residential arm of shopping mall giant SM, has a 2.6-hectare condominium complex called Grade Residences in Taguig City, offering access to Bonifacio Global City, McKinley Hill, Makati City, and Pasig City.

Grace Residences has 4 towers, with the 1st tower having 5 residential floors, while the other 3 have 19 residential floors each, with units ranging from 27 to 47 sq.m., in 1 to 2-bedroom formats.

Find the right property for the affordable condo living experience for you

There are many condominium options in and around Metro Manila that you can check out, with various offerings that may work for you, especially if you want to be steps away from companies located in key business districts in the National Capital Region.

So check out the different condo projects out there and find the one that’s’ perfect for you.

Article Submitted By Community Writer

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