The southernmost city in the National Capital Region (NCR) of the Philippines, Muntinlupa, is a highly urbanized city hailed as the “Emerald City of the Philippines” by the Department of Tourism (DOT). It is bordered by Taguig to its north, Parañaque to its northwest, San Pedro and Laguna to its east, Las Piñas to the west, and Bacoor and Dasmariñas, Cavite to its southwest. In the south of Metro Manila, it is recognized as the “Gateway to Calabarzon.” Calabarzon is an administrative region in the country composed of five provinces namely Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, and Quezon.
In November 1975, Muntinlupa, which was still a municipality, became a part of Metro Manila. It became the 65th city in the country in March 1995. Today, it is not only popular as the location of the New Bilibid Prison, which is the national insular penitentiary, or the home of one of the country’s biggest and most expensive residential villages, Ayala Alabang Village. Indoor and outdoor malls including the prominent Alabang Town Center (ATC) and Festival Supermall, premier central business districts (CBD) namely Northgate Business District in Filinvest City and Madrigal Business Park, reputable schools such as De La Salle Zobel and San Beda College, hospitals including Asian Hospital and Medical Center, local and multinational corporations, high-end hotels, and prime villages sustain the rapid growth of the city. Its residents enjoy a laid-back home unbothered by the usual fast-paced lifestyle of Metro Manila.
Muntinlupa is a fast-growing city that promotes a convenient lifestyle. It offers many benefits to its residents. Aside from its typically unruffled environment, one no longer has to travel far to purchase his everyday needs or to spend time leisurely. Within the city are lifestyle centers that contribute to wellbeing. It has shopping malls where one can buy low to high-end products, supermarkets including the world-famous S&R to buy groceries, and restaurants and bars where one can hang and dine out with friends and family after a long day at work or on weekends. In addition, it houses hundreds of physical fitness centers and parks including the Spectrum Center Park and Cuenca Park – both are located in Alabang – that promote a healthy lifestyle.
Despite being the southernmost city in Metro Manila, its accessibility paved the way for the success of its two business districts. Northgate Cyberzone by Filinvest and Madrigal Business Park by Ayala are home to hundreds of businesses that employ Filipinos and expatriates. Like the prime financial centers Makati CBD, Ortigas Center, and Bonifacio Global City (BGC), Muntinlupa’s CBDs serve as the headquarters of local and multinational corporations of different business industries. For residents of Muntinlupa who work in Makati, Taguig, or Pasig, traveling to and from the city is easy. In fact, via Skyway’s Alabang South Station entry point, one can reach Makati within 20 to 30 minutes without traffic congestion.
Living in Metro Manila can be taxing. While it is home to recreational centers and hang out spots where one can de-stress, having a home that provides comfort and convenience is unparalleled. Houses and condominiums in Muntinlupa are top options for those who live in the south. Alabang alone has more than 3,900 condominium units according to Colliers International – Philippines’ first quarter of 2018 property market review.
There are thousands of condominiums for sale in Muntinlupa for those who prefer a private and secure home in a progressive area. From mid to high-end condominium communities, the city promises nothing less than excellent.
Strategically nestled along Parkway Avenue in Alabang and is a part of the prime residential block “The Flats in Parkway” within the Filinvest Corporate City, La Vie Flats is an accessible development that offers high-end condominium units. It is a 22-storey high-rise residential tower by Filinvest Land. The project, despite being deluxe, is one of the affordable residential communities within Muntinlupa. In addition, its quality and style match that of the upmarket condominium developments. Its amenities include a well-designed reception and lobby area, function rooms, indoor children’s play area, fitness gym, landscaped gardens, and jogging paths.
La Vie Flats nurtures any kind of lifestyle. In fact, most of its residents even those who practice a dynamic lifestyle view their homes as a source of comfort. It values safety and security by providing a retreat in the middle of a progressive and active city.
Everything one needs is within reach at Le Vie Flats. It is surrounded by prestigious schools such as the San Roque Catholic School, De La Salle Zobel, Paref Southridge School, MIT International School, and San Beda College – Alabang. Several hospitals are at hand including Muntinlupa Doctors’ Hospital, Asian Hospital and Medical Center, and Medical Center Muntinlupa. For leisure and for when one needs to be essentials, shopping malls such as the Festival Supermall, Westgate Center, Starmall Alabang and Metropolitan Mall, and Alabang Town Center are a few minutes’ drive away.
The Levels is a residential condominium development in Filinvest City, Alabang that features four towers namely Anaheim, Burbank, Catalina, and Durham. Developed by Filinvest Land, it is committed to providing a home that serves as a hideaway in the fast-paced Muntinlupa. It is situated in Pacific Rim corner Commerce Avenue, making it an accessible home close to business districts, lifestyle and entertainment centers, and major thoroughfares.
Aside from the intangible benefits – privacy, comfort, and convenience – it provides to its residents, it has amenities that contribute to wellbeing. These amenities include a swimming pool, function room, landscaped gardens, meditation garden, and playground.
The best of condominium is captured at West Parc. A project of Filinvest Land, it is located in the rapidly progressing Filinvest City. The 15-storey development offers studio to three-bedroom units. In addition, its amenities include a playground, swimming pools, and function rooms.
West Parc consists of three towers namely Alder, Birch, and Cedar. Its community is considered as one of the low-density residential developments in Muntinlupa.