The former Philippine capital and the country's most populous city, Quezon City hosts a vast collection of broadcast companies, private and government offices, universities and colleges, and a smattering of malls and entertainment amenities. An ideal example of this is Eastwood City Libis, which offers high-rise residential opportunities, an IT powerhouse, and an eponymous and extensive mall all in one package.
One of the top attractions in Quezon City is the newly refurbished SM North EDSA, which has staked its claim as the Philippines' largest mall. With a gross floor area of 460,000 square meters, it is also earned the title as the world's third largest shopping center. A significant competition to this is TriNoMa (short for Triangle North Manila) which is just at walking distance away. Constant clients of these malls are students from Ateneo de Manila University and University of the Philippines. The nationwide broadcast stations like ABS-CBN, GMA 7, and RPN 9 are all based in the city also.
All these attractions are all connected in a series of interlinking thoroughfares and the public transport of LRT and MRT, jeeps, buses, and mega-taxis cover most of them. For this reason, Quezon City real estate has been very popular for business people, families who are always on-the-go, as well as college students who can afford.
Quezon City real estate has slowly elevated its rank in the properties market, with the buyers veering away from the already crowded and compact metropolises like Makati and Ortigas. The wide spectrum of clients has also allowed the city to stretch its price range. There is a good variety of places to rent in Quezon City. An apartment in Quezon City can cost from around 3 million to 30 million pesos, depending on the space size and the furbishing already placed.