La Posada - LOCATION
La Posada is located at Lakefront Sucat, Paranaque
The interesting bit with La Posada is that it is so close to the city that you can virtually make it your daily escape from the hustles and bustles of the busy city life. From Makati business district, it is only a few minutes away. As you may know, the Makati CBD is one of the leading financial districts in Philippines. In short, La Posada strategically places you at the center of commerce within the vicinity of the Metra Manila skyscrapers. Apart from the Makati CBD, living in La Posada brings you closer to Ortigas Center which is another financial district strategically located at the margins of Pasig. There are lots of shopping malls, skyscrapers, condominiums and offices here.
Other features within the locality worth mentioning include:
- De La Salle Zobel – This is a catholic institution which offers education to both boys and girls and it is located right within Muntinlupa City.
- Woodrose – This is a private girls school also located in Muntinlupa City. It offers education from Grades 1 to 12 and it was setup in 1977.
- Southridge – This is a private school started in 1979 and offers education to boys from Grade 1 to 12. It is located in Muntinlupa City.
- International School Manila – This is a non-sectarian, non-profit, and private institution that offers education for both boys and girls starting from pre-school all the way to Grade 12. It is situated in Bonifacio Global City.
- Alabang Town Center – Located in Alabang to the south of Metro Manila, this is a shopping center owned by Ayala Malls. It was opened in 1982 and has 48,000 square meters or retail space housing high-end retail stores.
- Festival Mall – This is a shopping mall owned by Filinvest Land Inc. and located in Filinvest City in Alabang. It was opened on May 1998 and it has a total retail floor area of 388, 600 square meters.
- Greenbelt – Located at Ayala Center, this is the 8th largest shopping mall in the country with a floor area measuring 250,000 square meters. It has over 300 shops and lots of restaurants.
- Eastwood – This is a multilevel mall with a modern and sleek architecture which houses dining, shopping, and world class leisure offerings. In 2010 and 2012, it was named the best shopping center of the year by the Philippine Retailers Association.
In terms of access, there are 4 main entry points all of them branching off from the South Luzon Expressway. The first entry point is through the Sucat Exit, the next is through the Bicutan Access, the third through Taguig National Road, and the last is the C-6 Exit which is still underway.