List of Properties in Alabang
Ingeniously planned living space with balanced layouts and thoughtful attention to details
Location: Investment Drive, Alabang, Muntinlupa City
- No. of bedrooms: Studio, 1BR, 2BR, 3BR, 4BR
- Floor area: approx. 24–194 sq.m.
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The Courtyards at Vermosa
The epitome of new suburban living in the South
Location: Dasmariñas, Cavite
- No. of lots: 219 (1st phase)
- Lot sizes: approx. 470–1,947 sq.m.
Alabang had experienced tremendous growth during the economic boom of the 1990s.
Today, however, it is mostly known for a relaxed community vibe that the local government was able to protect, despite the surge of modern development in this part of Muntinlupa. There are a few companies that chose to make Alabang as their headquarters, yet this did not disrupt the laid-back feel of the place.
The place gets busier on weekends as families living on the Southern side of the metro flock to the parks, museums nearby, bazaars, and shopping malls. It is the people's go-to hangout place on weekends.
Facts about Alabang
- Established in 1980, Alabang is named after a river passing through the site called Rio de Alban.
- Alabang is a barangay located in the second district of Muntinlupa.
- Alabang was once a farming district before it was developed into a commercial center by prominent real estate developers in the Philippines. Now, it includes Filinvest City, Alabang Commercial Center, and Ayala Alabang.
- Alabang houses one of the biggest malls in the South as well as in the Philippines, Festival Supermall. It is also ackowledged as the first themed mall in the country. Opened in May 1998, it was the flagship project of Filinvest Development Corporation that sets the standards of how shopping malls in the Philippines should be. Festival Supermall is adjacent to other malls such as Alabang Town Center and Starmall Alabang.
- Alabang can be also regarded as the Detroit of the Philippines due to the number of car dealers especially in the Alabang-Zapote Road. Among brands with expansive facilities in the area are Ford Motors, Audi, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Suzuki, Hyundai, Isuzu, Honda, and Volkswagen.
- Alabang is home to one of the biggest and most expensive and exclusive residential communities in the country, Ayala Alabang Village.
Reasons for living in Alabang
In Alabang, a life in monotony is something you need not worry about. You'll love Alabang even more because of these reasons.
Alabang is a close-knit community.
Compared with other equally progressive cities such as Taguig, Makati, and Parañaque with more than half a million population, Alabang is a densely populated area. In 2010, it has more than 50,000 residents, which means even when that number is doubled today, in 2020, it'll just be around 100,000 residents.
This makes for a compact community. As a resident, you can establish great friendships with your next-door neighbors. If you have children, you can also easily engage them with the neighborhood since the villages cater to families both big or small.
Alabang caters to all lifestyles.
The quaint and posh area is a lifestyle haven. Molito is prominent for its rustic outdoor hanging destination mood. It is also a place for both simple pleasures and luxurious pursuits.
There are also boutique halls with community-focused concept peppered in the area. So whatever you'll need you'll find in one of the indoor or outdoor shopping malls in the area, for instance. The same goes for if you want to have a staycation with the family at any of the chic hotels in the area.
Alabang is a transport hub.
While it helps to have a car of your own, you may easily transfer from one place to another with Alabang's extensive selection of public transport modes. The place has a few terminals in the area.
Alabang is the gateway to many splendid things in the South, and you can easily explore other must-visit locations such as Cavite and Laguna.