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Located in the Manila Metropolitan Area part of the Philippines, Quezon City is the most populous city in the country. Originally intended to be the capital of the Philippines, and even holding that distinction for nearly three decades, Quezon City is located just 14 kilometers north of the Philippines capital of Manila. There are approximately 3 million people living within the 63.83 square miles of the city – there are nearly 13 million people living in the metropolitan area.

Quezon City is home to many high rises which play host to a variety of businesses including shopping centers and many of the Philippines’s television stations. Over half of the economy is centered on businesses which are engaged in retail or are contractors. There are 6 medical schools located in Quezon City making it the prime location in the Philippines to train doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals.

Over 90% of the Quezon City population identifies as Roman Catholic. There are many religious institutions including the Cubao Cathedral – the See of the Roman Catholic Bishop of Cubao.

Quezon City was mainly left unsettled until the beginning of the 20th century. The city itself was not even established until 1939. After World War II, investment helped make it a thriving Philippines city and the country’s capital from 1948 to 1976. The famed ‘Thrilla in Manila’ bout between legendary boxers Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier took place at the Philippine Coliseum in Quezon City.

As part of the Philippines, Quezon City finds itself in a very tropical environment with a defined wet season and dry season. The hottest temperatures are in March through June when they soar into the 90s. The coldest months are in December through February when low temperatures dip into the upper-60s. June through October are the rainiest months – August alone averages more than one-fifth of the annual rainfall. Overall, the annual rainfall for Quezon City averages 92 inches.

Real estate and rentals are generally less expensive in Quezon City compared to other major cities in the Philippines such as Manila and Cebu City. There are homes, condos and apartments available to suit all budgets and preferences including those choosing to live in the populated city areas or spots farther out.

Home to nearly 3 million people, Quezon City offers the amenities of a major city while also being close to the capital – Manila. With thriving businesses, retail stores, and much more, Quezon City is poised to grow exponentially.


Quezon City, Philippines

Quezon City, Philippines
  • Nickname: "The City of Stars"

    • Country: Philippines

    • Population: 2.94 million

    • Area:

      Land: 165.33 km2


    Lifestyle and Culture

    There are many museums and galleries located in Quezon City. The UP Vargas Museum and Filipiniana Research Center houses art and artifacts showcasing the history of the Philippines. The Armed Forces of the Philippines Museum displays weapons and uniforms on the inside while the exterior offers a glimpse at the larger military equipment and weapons including tanks and aircraft.

    Quezon City hosts some eclectic festivals and events throughout the year including Fiesta Pasiklab, the Feast of Our Lady of La Naval, and Manuel Luis Quezon Birthday commemorating the birth of the man after whom the city was named.

    On average, from all the higher education institutions in Quezon City, over 18,000 students graduate from college every year. Business administration, IT and medical degrees are the major disciplines studied.


    Entertainment and Tourism

    The Smart Araneta Coliseum is located in the Cubao area of Quezon City and offers a 25,000-seat capacity venue for everything from basketball and boxing to circuses and concerts. It has the distinction of being one of the largest clear span domes in the world as well as one of the largest indoor arenas in Asia.

    Quezon City has a thriving nightlife known for its live music as well as its variety, whether one seeks to party or kick back and relax. Timog Avenue is a popular location and includes hotspots like Ka Freddie’s Music Bar, Oblivion and the Cowboy Grill.

    Entertainment and Tourism


    There are 6 districts within Quezon City and a total 142 barangays spread throughout these districts. From newly developed areas to locations with remnants of the colonial era, the districts and barangays are varied and unique. Some of the districts and barangays include:


    Bagumbayan has newly developed areas. The Eastwood City Business Center is the most famous spot and offers both residential and business skyscrapers reaching 40 stories high. Citibank Philippines, IBM Philippines, NEC Philippines and Canon Philippines are all businesses located in Bagumbayan.Toward the west side of the district are more luxurious gated communities.


    Another significant commercial district of Quezon City, Cubao is home to the Araneta Center – an 86-acre commercial area. Replete with retail, hotels, theaters and even the Smart Araneta Coliseum, Araneta is the true heart of Cubao.Cubao is also home to the Cubao Cathedral - the seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Cubao.



    Sharing a border with Manila is Galas-Santol. This district is home to the Quezon Institute Compound. United Doctors Medical Center Hospital and College is a major medical facility as well as a higher education institution.There is also the Galas Market - a popular public market

    New Manila

    On the west-central side of Quezon City, New Manila is mostly affluent residential and was not settled until after World War II. There are many notable buildings and sites in New Manila including St. Luke’s Medical Center and the Trinity University of Asia.New Manila is also the official residence of the Vice President of the Philippines.

    Real Estate Market

    Development continues to be strong in Quezon City. In areas such as Eastwood City, the entertainment capital of the Philippines and a QC location filled with tall buildings and lots of businesses, investment in development remains strong. On the horizon, for Quezon City, is the construction of a hotel and casino with more retail shops spread across over 100 acres.

    Although next door to Manila, Quezon City is considered more affordable regarding rent and real estate. Real estate is generally 25% less and rentals are more often over 50% less than in Manila. Cebu is also more expensive than Quezon City with rentals being the better deal. Compared to Cebu, Quezon City’s rentals average 40% less expensive and real estate is up to 16% less expensive.

    The housing market is being driven by young professionals, families and expats who appreciate the urban lifestyle and ample opportunities for shopping and employment. Demand is high for everything from homes to rentals. A growing population is pushing residential development and investment in places like Timog which is a mix of homes and condos as well as malls, stores and businesses.

    The Philippines has strict laws against foreigners buying property in the country. In fact, foreigners are not allowed to own land; the homes on the land are allowed to be sold, but the land itself cannot be. When it comes to high-rises in Quezon City, a foreigner may purchase a condo or apartment unit so long as there is no more than a 40% occupancy of foreigners.

    • Price per Square Meter to Buy Apartment in City Centre: $1,484.90
    • Price per Square Meter to Buy Apartment Outside of Centre: $1,035.14
    Home Style Average Rent Price
    1-bedroom apartment in City Centre $261.53
    1-bedroom apartment Outside of Centre $133.77
    3-bedroom apartment in City Centre $391.29
    3-bedroom apartment Outside of Centre $240.79

    Source: www.numbeo.com (May 2017)



    There are many major universities and colleges located in Quezon City. In fact, there are 6 medical schools located in Quezon City including Our Lady of Fátima University, the Far Eastern University - Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation, St. Luke's College of Medicine and the Capitol Medical Center Colleges. Other notable higher education institutions include University of the Philippines Diliman and the Ateneo de Manila University, both of which are known for their research centers.

    The Department of Education, Culture and Sports manages the education in Quezon City and has direct control over the public schools. There are many private Catholic schools in Quezon City educating thousands of students.

    There are three main education levels in the Philippines, similarly to the United States: elementary school, junior high school and senior high school.