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  • 10. Quezon City Primer Geographic
    • QUEZON CITY, NCR
    • Bounded on the North, East and South by the Province of Rizal, on the Northwest by the City of Caloocan, and on the West by the City of Manila
    • Total Land Area: 171.17 square kilometers (17,117 hectares)
    • Largest of all Metro Manila cities
    • Situated on the Guadalupe Plateau, topography is largely rolling with alternating ridges and lowlands
    • Southern region of the city has low-grade terrain while the northern half is undulating, culminating at the Novaliches Reservoir
    • Quezon City was created on October 12, 1939 by virtue of Commonwealth Act 502
    • Has 4 Congressional districts and 142 barangays
    - Source: QC 2005 Yearbook Philippine Capital of Metro Manila
  • 11. Quezon City Primer Demographic / Economic
    • DEMOGRAPHICS
    • Ave. Annual Pop. Growth Rate: 1.92%
    • Pop. Density: 135 persons/ hectare
    • Female population: 52%
    • Male population: 48%
    • Generally young population with ave. age of 24 yrs. old
    • Working age population: 67% of total population (15 yrs. old<)
    • Mixed regional origins
    • Predominantly Christians (Roman Catholic, Iglesia ni Cristo, Born-Again)
    • ECONOMY
    • Dominated by small and medium-size establishments
    • Distribution of finished goods and provisions of basic personal services
    • Sizeable portion of city’s land area being developed for commercial and industrial ventures
    • # of registered business establishments (2004): 55,759
    - Source: QC 2005 Yearbook 2.3M 2.18M EST. TOTAL 420,512 397,610 District IV 282,979 267,568 District III 996,338 942,074 District II 404,181 382,167 District I Proj. 2007 2004 POPULA-TION 6% Social/ personal services 8% Real estate and leasing 13% Hotels and restaurants 12% Manufacturers 47% Wholesale/ retail trade 2004 INDUSTRY
  • 12. Quezon City Primer Trends and Patterns
    • Infrastructure
    • Major metropolitan roads :
    • C-3 (Araneta Ave), C-4 (EDSA), C-5 (Katipunan), R-6 (Aurora Blvd.), R-7 (Quezon Ave), R-8 (Quirino Hwy)
    • Mass Transport :
      • LRT Line 2 (11.76KM) Aurora Blvd to CM Recto, Avenida
      • LRT Line 3 North Ave to Monumento (Soon to commence construction)
      • LRT Line 4 (18.35 KM) Quezon Ave to Quirino Ave (Soon to commence construction)
    • Water Supply :
    • From MWSS and its private distribution concessionaires, the Maynilad Water Service Inc. (MWSI), serving the west half of the city and Manila Water Co.(MWC) the east portion
    • Power Supply :
    • Electric power requirement is adequately serviced by the Manila Electric Company or MERALCO. More than 97% of the city's population have access to electricity. There are areas unserved by MERALCO such as in most parts of Payatas mainly due to right-of-way and land tenure problems.
    • Services and Facilities
    • Education
    • Public Schools: 138
    • Elementary: 96
    • Secondary: 42
    • Private schools: 283
    • State universities/ colleges: 3
    • Private universities and colleges: 16
    • Health and Services
    • Public daycare centers: 190
    • Public hospitals: 18
    • Health centers: 54
    • Peace and Order
    • Police force: 2,462
    • Fire fighting force: 434
    • Media
    • Media centers: 6 major networks, 10 radio stations, 5 print media offices
    • Government
    • National government offices: 125
    • Government-controlled and owned corporations: 25
    - Source: QC 2005 Yearbook
  • 13. Competitive Market Analysis Facilities and Amenities * Based on current market intelligence. Facts and figures may change without prior notice. ** The CELEBRITY PLACE property owners enjoy automatic membership to the Celebrity Sports. √ √ √ √ Pool (Adults’) √ √ √ Pool (Children’s) √ √ √ √ Security and Perimeter √ √ Jogging Area √ √ √ √ Play Area √ √ Wireless Internet Only for TH and 2BR √ Drying Area √ √ √ Telecommunications (Bayantel) √ √ √ √ Telecommunications (PLDT) √ √ √ √ Electricity back-up Facilities √ √ √ √ Electricity (Meralco) √ √ √ √ Water reserves (Deep well, water tank reservoir) √ √ √ √ Water (Maynilad Water Service Inc.) FERNDALE HOMES GOLF HILL TERRACES THE CELEBRITY PLACE* THE MANORS
  • 14. Competitive Market Analysis Facilities and Amenities * Based on current market intelligence. Facts and figures may change without prior notice. ** The CELEBRITY PLACE property owners enjoy automatic membership to the Celebrity Sports. √ √ √ √ Property Management Entity √ √ √ √ Function Rooms √ √ Multi-purpose/ convention √ √ √ √ Clubhouse √ √ Game room √ √ Audio-visual room √ √ Bowling center √ √ √ √ Basketball court √ √ Gym √ √ Spa √ √ Golf clinic √ √ √ Tennis court √ √ √ Badminton court FERNDALE HOMES GOLF HILL TERRACES THE CELEBRITY PLACE* THE MANORS
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