Rush Sale Invest Very Low Price1,500Pesos/SQM Only 25 Hectares Industrial Lot Along By-Pass Rd Bustos Bulacan For Industrial Building Complex ,Warehouse & Factory
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120 METERS FRONTAGE
Price1,500 PESOS/SQM ONLY
With the continuous expansion of Metro Manila, Bustos is now included in the Greater Manila's built-up conurbation area which reaches San Ildefonso, Bulacan at its northernmost part.
North Luzon Expressway has a by-pass road that passes through the municipality of Bustos that shortens the transportation of goods & passengers from some areas in Bulacan going to Metro Manila and Nueva Ecija. The Bustos by-pass road passes through Gen. Alejo Santos Highway at Barangay Bonga Menor, Bustos, Bulacan &travels to NLEx Balagtas Exit Toll Plaza leading to Balintawak Cloverleaf, Quezon City on the one side and San Rafael, Bulacan leading to Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija on the other side.
Bustos is an agricultural town in majority. In fact, it is hailed as one of the largest rice producers of the country and the Central Luzon Region, the Rice Granary of the Philippines, and received the Rice Achiever Award as Outstanding Municipality in Region III and Hall of Fame award at Agri-Pinoy Rice Achievers Award of 2014 conferred by the Department of Agriculture. The Bustos commercial center in the town proper is still expanding with the influx of more business investors willing to venture in this small but flourishing town. In the present, the town has its public and few small private markets, business shops, banks, convenience stores, restaurants, cafeterias, and grocery store
The cities closest to Bustos are Malolos, San Jose del Monte, Meycauayan, San Fernando, Valenzuela, and Malabon. The nearest municipalities are Baliuag, San Rafael, Pulilan, Plaridel, Pandi, and Angat. Its distance from the national capital is 40.50 kilometers (25.17 miles).
Bulacan is dubbed as "The Gateway to the Northern Philippines". The province is linked with Metro Manila primarily through the North Luzon Expressway and Manila North Road (better known as the MacArthur Highway) which crosses the province into Pampanga and western part of Northern Luzon (western Central Luzon, Ilocos and Cordillera Administrative Region). While taking the Cagayan Valley Road in Guiguinto, the road leads to Nueva Ecija and to the eastern part of Northern Luzon (eastern Central Luzon and Cagayan Valley Region). Bulacan will be accessed by the future C-6 Road connecting the provinces of Rizal and Cavite and the cities of Taguig, Parañaque and Muntinlupa in Metro Manila.
The proposed North Luzon East Expressway (NLEE) is the future link between Metro Manila & provinces of Bulacan & Nueva Ecija and motorists from Manila going to Aurora &Cagayan Valley Region
The province of Bulacan is steadily becoming industrialized due to its proximity to Metro Manila. Many corporations put up industrial plants and site in Bulacan.
The San Miguel Corporation’s proposed Bulacan Airport, dubbed as the New Manila International Airport, involves the construction of a brand-new international airport and is being positioned as an alternative to the congested NAIA in Manila.
MRT-7 a rapid transit line under construction in the Philippine s when completed, the line will be 22.8 kilometers (14.2 mi) long, with 14 stations.The line runs in a northeast-southwest direction, beginning at San Jose del Monte, Bulacan up to the North Avenue Grand Central Station in North Avenue, Quezon City. The line will traverse Quezon City and Caloocan in Metro Manila and is envisioned to spur business and commerce at its inter-modal terminal station in San Jose del Monte, Bulacan.