Barangay Magallanes Makati

INTRODUCTION


Barangay Magallanes is one of the wealthy barangays in Makati located in the southwestern tip of the City. It is the second smallest village barangay in Cluster 1 with a total land area of 1.1995 square kilometers. As of 2010 population census of NSO, a total of 5,576 residents are inhabiting Barangay Magallanes.  It belongs to the Central Cluster or Cluster 1 of Makati together with Bel-Air, Dasmarinas, Forbes Park, San Lorenzo and Urdaneta.

It provides easy access to the Central Business district due to its proximity to EDSA and South Expressway. Barangay Magallanes is bounded on the north by EDSA facing Barangay Bangkal; Fort Bonifacio and Villamor on the south; Barangay Dasmariñas on the east; and Tripa de Gallina on the west facing Pasay City.

Predominantly residential, almost half of the residents of the barangays are expatriates. Moreover, it is home to local and international schools such as Asia Pacific College, Singapore School Manila and Makati Hope Christian School.





HISTORY


Barangay Magallanes is one of the earliest subdivisions established in Makati.

ECONOMIC PROFILE


Predominant Economic Activities
Banks, restaurants, real estate, groceries, bookstores, construction, advertising, printing, car dealers, call centers, consultancy services, telecommunications, and cable companies.

Major Business Establishments
BPI, Destiny Cable, EastWest Bank, Premier, Lapanday Food Solid Group, Sun Cable, Alsons Group of Companies, Smithbell Group of Companies, and Dacon Corp.

LOCATION AND PHYSICAL FEATURES


Barangay Boundaries
North: Bangkal
South: Pasay City
East: Dasmariñas
West: Tripa de Gallina

Street Boundaries
North: EDSA
South: Fort Bonifacio/Villamor
East: Amorsolo St.
West: Tripa de Gallina

Physical Attributes
Total Land Area: 119.82 Hectares

Content Credits


Makati Government

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