Commercial Space For Rent In Binondo Manila
Lot Area: 600 SqM
Usable floor space: 1500 SqM
Rental Price: Php 1.5M/monthly
2 car parking spot in front
3 Floors (2 finished, top floor unfinished)
Currently used as a property developer’s showroom
The tenant can implement changes e.g. lift, additional parking, ramp, etc.)
with consent from the landlord.
3 Months Security Deposit
3 Months Advance Deposit
At least 3 Years minimum lease term
Prices and details are subject to change without prior notice.
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Binondo is the “Chinatown” district in Manila.
It became the center of commerce during the American occupation. As a result, many of Binondo’s commercial establishments were destroyed after World War II. And companies relocated to Makati, one of the financial capitals of the Philippines.
Noted residents include St. Lorenzo Ruiz, the Filipino protomartyr, and Venerable Mother Ignacia del Espiritu Santo, founder of the Congregation of the Religious of the Virgin Mary.
Binondo, Manila’s Chinatown, is the oldest of its kind in the world.
So after more than 400 years of existence, the district is still thriving. For instance, derived from the Filipino word binundok (“mountainous”). In 1594, Chinese-Catholic immigrants settled in Binondo.
In those days, Binondo was a popular destination for new immigrants in Manila, and today it hosts a mixed community of Sangleys (people with pure Chinese ancestry), Spaniards, Americans, and Japanese. However, Binondo’s star attractions are its historical churches and temples, as well as its many restaurants and shopping opportunities.
A must-visit in Chinatown is Binondo Church, an ancient Catholic place of worship.
This is also known as Quiapo Church and is dedicated to the first Filipino saint. Binondo is a center of commerce, finance, and trade for all types of businesses in Manila.
Manila Chinatown would not be complete without a visit to Escolta Street. There were once many luxury brands displayed in old art-style buildings along the street, once considered the shopping center of Manila. In addition to gold and jewelry shops, Ongpin Street is famous for them.