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5 Reasons You’d Want to Live in Quezon City

With so many condo options in so many different cities in the Philippines, it can be tough to narrow down the best places to stay. There are so many things that you need to consider in order to ensure that you have made the right choice.

Here are some of the biggest reasons a condo for sale in QC is actually one of the best investments that anyone can make.

Foodie paradise

Some cities might have their Banchetto’s — seasonal food markets — sprouting up every few nights, other cities might have food courts, but only Quezon City can boast of its own entire stretch of a street dedicated to food and eateries.

There are so many options in Maginhawa Street, which range from tea shops all the way up to every class of cuisine there is in the world. It will take even the most intrepid foodie many weeks to try everything.

Shopping galore

Nearly every city has its own copse of malls, and for Quezon City, that’s mainly SM North EDSA, Trinoma, and Vertis North. While these are pretty hefty in themselves, they’re also connected by footbridges so you can easily cross from the end of one to other.

This will let you enjoy the unique layouts and vibes that each one can offer. Each is replete with all the conveniences of the modern mall, such as cinemas, arcades, and eateries.

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Study elite

Another great thing about Quezon City is that it is home to The University of the Philippines main Diliman campus. This is one of the top educational institutions in the country offering the most diverse range of courses.

As a bonus, the campus boasts several acres of natural grounds with grass, trees, and cool breezes. It’s open to anyone who wants to drive over to visit and is a great place to relax and unwind. They also sell some of the best street food that are certified clean.

Getting healthy

There’s a gym nearly in every other corner of Quezon City. Many of these are of the more famous brands in the fitness industry. There are also smaller but more modest gyms as well — something that isn’t all too common in other cities anymore.

For those who prefer a good jog, there’s the aforementioned UP campus where there is, in fact, a dedicated lane for joggers and runners. Apart from that, there’s Quezon City Memorial Circle, which has running and biking tracks for those who are passionate about it.

Free space

One of the biggest benefits of living in Quezon City is that it actually isn’t as crowded or urbanized as most other cities are. There aren’t that many buildings that dominate the skyline, and some residential areas remain relatively quiet even though they’re smack in the middle of the city. This kind of quiet is rare in any city and is a refreshing change from the hustle and bustle of nearby cities.

If you’re looking to invest in a condo, Quezon City is a great place to consider. It offers all of the necessary conveniences of any city you might want. All of that, though, come in much quieter and more peaceful environs.