This Fully Furnished Condo unit in Parkville Apartments is such a steal for only 25,000 Php monthly rent with 1 parking slot included already!
Barangay San Antonio’s boundaries are Pablo Ocampo Street (formerly Vito Cruz Extension) to the north, Gil Puyat Avenue to the south, Ayala Avenue Extension to the east and South Super Highway to the west. Its accessibility to major thoroughfares means that public transportation is not an issue.
The address is at 7626 Sacred Heart Street corner Guijo Street, Makati, 1203 Metro Manila. Located at the heart of San Antonio Village in Makati, this area has a lot to offer when it comes to accessibility, entertainment and value for money!
This condo is located at San Antonio Village. Within 1 km radius of San Antonio Village are:
From the humble carinderia to hole-in-the-wall joints and hip concept places, many people will be pleasantly surprised to know that Barangay San Antonio (San Antonio Village, to be exact) is home to restaurants serving mouth-watering dishes. For the budget conscious, there’s Charaptor for unlimited barbecue, rice and soup; Maharaja’s Kababs, which will satisfy shawarma cravings; Pat Pat’s Kansi for savory bulalo; Next Corner for its famous crocodile sisig; Wingman for chicken wings (of course); Bon Banhmi for authentic Vietnamese banhmi sandwiches; and Satinka Naturals Bistro and Cafe for organic produce and vegan options.
90s kids and today’s millennials have spent many unforgettable nights at saGuijo along Guijo Street, where unsigned bands and independent groups alike can perform alongside more established acts. saGuijo encourages musicians to experiment with different musical genres, from pop to folk, jazz, rap, funk, electronica and even soulful ballads, and invites listeners to be just as adventurous.Artsy types will get a kick out of exploring The Collective along Malugay Street,a warehouse turned creative space filled with quirky galleries and funky retail shops selling one of a kind pieces.
Given its proximity to Makati CBD and major cities in Metro Manila, Barangay San Antonio is home to mostly professionals: lawyers, architects, teachers, engineers, office employees and entrepreneurs call it home.
With a lot of small auto repair shops, salons, recruitment firms, manufacturing companies, printing shops, sari-sari stores, security agencies, shipping companies, tailoring shops, training centers, and liquor stores dotting its streets, Barangay San Antonio has a very strong entrepreneurial vibe. People value guts, abilidad, and hard work. With the entry of fresh restaurant concepts, creative spaces, and modern residential communities, it will be interesting to see how this working class neighborhood reinvents itself to keep up with the changing times; we’re confident it will emerge as one of Makati’s hippest districts very soon. After checking out various neighborhoods, do you see yourself living in Barangay San Antonio?