Long before mercantilism hit this city and commercial establishments and properties flourished, there are various explanations as to how Parañaque City got its name. One such story stated that long ago, at the mouth of what is now known as the Parañaque River, there stood a balete tree that, when viewed from afar, looked like a regal ship. This earned it the name Palanyag, taken from the term ‘palayag’, which means “point of navigation”. Another version of the story told, before the Spanish colonists came to the Philippines, there were some natives who lived close to the Manila Bay whose main livelihood was fishing or paglalayag. The commercial properties for rent in Parañaque are close to important establishments, landmarks, and major thoroughfares which is ideal for any business owner to start a company in the city.
Watch the sunset and indulge in the incomparable luxury of gaming, entertainment, dining, and leisure in this 5-star integrated resort in Parañaque City. Along with leveled-up gaming and hotel life experiences, Solaire Resort and Casino offers exaggeratingly elegant accommodation and gaming promotions.
Dream big in this opulent complexity housing the Nüwa, Nobu Hotel and Hyatt Regency Manila that offer exceptionally luxurious accommodations and food indulgence. You can find here Dreamworks’ Dreamplay, a world-class interactive indoor themed destination popular to kids where they can explore spectacular attractions inside.
Known for following the three Ts of Success: Tie (Where to Put), Tie hin (What to Put) and Tie riyo (How Much to Put), the Okada Manila sits on a 42-hectare oceanfront land, that serves “magokoro”-style or with “pure heart” while maintaining the luxurious comforts it offers and keeping up with the health and safety standards. It houses a ton of luxury brands and premium retail shops.
As one of the oldest churches in the Philippines, the Cathedral Parish of St. Andrew was built by the Spanish Augustinian friars in 1580 and has been serving the local communities of Parañaque City, Muntinlupa City and Las Piñas City.
Every year, during the months of August to March, migratory birds from neighboring countries such as China, and as far as Siberia, flock the Las Piñas-Parañaque Critical Habitat and Ecotourism Area (LPPCHEA) in Manila Bay, covering 36 hectares of mangrove forest of the total 175 hectares of wetland with 11 species of mangroves growing in the area. This bird sanctuary was established in 2007 under the Presidential Proclamation Nos. 1412 and 1412-A and was protected against the Manila Bay reclamation project.
The man-made wildlife habitat is known to provide home to 82 species of wild birds, including the Philippine ducks, Chinese egret and Black-winged stilts.
From the heart of Parañaque City, the St. Joseph Parish Church in Las Piñas is easily accessible. It houses the country’s national treasure, which was recognized by the National Museum on November 24, 2003, the Bamboo Organ, as it is the only in existence and still functioning 19th-century bamboo organ in the Philippines. This extraordinary musical instrument is composed of 1,031 pipes, and 902 of which are bamboo while the rest are metal. The production of the bamboo organ started in 1816 and was completed in 1824. It was damaged during the 1880s and was only restored in 1975, all the way from Germany.
SM City BF Parañaque, SM City Sucat, SM City Southmall and Alabang Town Center are among the popular go-to places for those who live in the southern part of the metro whenever they intend to visit malls for shopping. These commercial properties are strategically located in Parañaque City which are easily accessible via Manila, Makati and Pasig.
Parañaque City binds Metro Manila and southern Luzon. With its fast-paced development, it is ideal to put up your business here and expect speedy progress with many prime residential subdivisions that surround it.
Five-star luxurious hotel-resorts being in Parañaque City is an adjunct to its thriving commerce endowing its title of being the fifth richest cities in the Philippines. Furthermore, the local government of Parañaque City has employed the new scheme of paperless renewal of business permits, making it more straightforward to do business in the city.
Parañaque City is also home to some of the country’s premier educational institutions, such as the Manresa School in Bb. Ramona Tirona, St. Andrew’s School on Quirino Avenue and St. Paul College in La Huerta, Parañaque City.
Being densely populated, it raises the point of turn-over of office spaces in this city. The commercial properties for rent in Parañaque City are well-equipped with an air conditioning system, 24-hour security with CCTV monitoring, elevators, executive restrooms, function rooms and ample parking space. These commercial properties are guaranteed to be PEZA-accredited, which means businesses with this certification are entitled to fiscal and non-fiscal incentives. Here are some of the locations you may want to look into:
This premier location is situated along the coastlines of Manila Bay and stretching southwest to Roxas Boulevard with the stunning Manila Bay sunset as backdrop. The commercial properties in this area, like Aseana Three, thrive because of the growing population in the nearby cities which is being attracted by its proximity to the Mall of Asia.
It is one of the premier business districts in the city. The commercial properties for rent in this location are near major thoroughfares that link not just business centers but also neighboring cities as well. Sucat stands beside Skyway and the South Luzon Expressway making it an ideal location to start a business. Malls also abound in this location which is ideal for businesses because of the city’s dense population.
BF Homes is a gated community and is Parañaque City’s largest and southernmost barangay. It is famed for being a food hub in the metro. It is also one of the competitive business areas in Parañaque alongside Baclaran, Don Bosco, and Dr. Arcadio Santos Avenue or commonly known as Sucat Road. You can also find here SM Prime Holdings’ SM BF Parañaque. It was established in 1968 by Banco Filipino’s owner, Tomas Aguirre. Being operational during 1970, the Philippine media then and still refer to it as “the biggest subdivision in Asia.”
The City of Parañaque is easily accessible by bus or train. From Quezon City, jeepneys and buses mostly ply the main thoroughfare of EDSA. One can also take the LRT Line 1 from Monumento Station and get off at Baclaran Station or the MRT line from North Avenue station down to EDSA station; and take the jeepneys or cabs. For tourists, this is the best way to get to Parañaque City since it is easy to walk along the roads since a lot of commuters take the same route. You may also take the PNR line and get off at Bicutan station.
With the City Government’s vision to be in charge of the stewardship in protecting and managing the natural resources and anchoring to their advocacy on the environment, public health and safety, they have invested on continuing development of environmental research and education, diversion and reduction of waste generation and emission of greenhouse gases. As per the numerical data in general safety in the city, crime rate in Parañaque City is moderate as compared to other cities in Metro Manila. The local government also aims at providing equitability and a peaceful atmosphere among its citizens.
In total, there are 76 commercial properties for rent in Paranaque. The average price for a commercial property for rent in this location is ₱49,985 per month. The most expensive rental for a commercial property here costs about ₱2,000,000 while the most affordable rental price is about ₱300.
These properties are fully equipped with the following amenities and unit features: