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Most Expensive Zip Codes? This Is Where the Philippines' Richest Families Live


Want to live in the most expensive zip code in the Philippines? The majority of the wealthiest families in the Philippines continue to reside in Makati. Real estate values have continued to soar ever since the city's growth in the 1950s. However, that doesn't mean that other zip codes aren't experiencing an increase in affluent residents. The most costly areas in the nation to buy real estate have been identified using data from ZipMatch and eCompareMo. These are the Philippine zip codes with the highest prices. Look down below.


1| 1219-1220: Forbes Park, Makati, Metro Manila

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It's no secret that Forbes Park is home to the majority of the Philippines' one percent. The gated neighborhood, which is ideally positioned close to the Makati Central Business District, upscale fashion boutiques, and more, is home to several of the nation's most influential families.


2| 1221-1222: DasmariΓ±as, Makati, Metro Manila

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Dasmarias, built in the 1960s by the Ayala Corporation, is situated in the middle of EDSA, McKinley Road, Forbes Park, and Ecology Village. More than 5,000 people live there.

3| 1224: Rockwell Center, Makati, Metro Manila

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Young families and urban professionals enjoy visiting the former thermal plant site known as Rockwell Center. The center also includes office buildings, schools, and a mall in addition to residential towers.

4| 1210: Century City, Makati, Metro Manila

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The Gramercy Residences, Trump Tower Manila, The Knightsbridge Residences, Milano Residences, and Century Spire are just a few of the high-end buildings that can be found in this 4.8-hectare neighborhood, which lies north of Makati's major business center.

5| 1229: Legazpi Village, Makati, Metro Manila

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Because of the business village's intimate community feel, this neighborhood has been regarded as Makati's hip and laid-back side. Legazpi Village boasts a plethora of popular hangouts for young professionals, ranging from brunch cafes to speakeasy lounges.

6| 1635: Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila

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Bonifacio Global City began construction in 1995. Today, 8 Forbes Town Road, Bellagio, Essensa, Serendra, Pacific Plaza Towers, One McKinley Place, The Luxe Residences, Bonifacio Ridge Twin Towers, and Regent Parkway are among the residential complexes in the region, which has developed to become a financial and lifestyle hub.

7| 1550: Wack-Wack Greenhills, Mandaluyong, Metro Manila

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Wack-Wack Greenhills, or Wack-Wack, is located between Addition Hills and Ortigas Avenue. The neighborhood was named after the crows, or uwak in Filipino, that used to live there.

8| 1223: San Lorenzo, Makati, Metro Manila

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San Lorenzo is commonly known as one of the most affluent zip codes in the Philippines. The neighborhood is located on prime real estate just a short distance from Makati's business district.

9| 1634: McKinley Hill, Taguig, Metro Manila

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McKinley Hill, located in Taguig, with a view of Makati and Bonifacio Global City. McKinley Hill is the least densely populated neighborhood on the list, with only roughly 1,458 residents.

10| 1604: Ugong, Pasig, Metro Manila

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Ugong is classified as a densely populated barangay in northwestern Pasig. The gated enclave Valle Verde, as well as condominiums such as The Grove by Rockwell, are located in the vicinity.


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