San Juan City
San Juan is the smallest city in the Philippines. San Juan is bounded by Quezon City on the north and east, Mandaluyong on the south, and the City of Manila in the west.
There is more to San Juan than its colorful political and cultural history. The city has improved considerably all these years and merit must be given to the local government's constant effort to address the fundamental economic, social and political concerns, especially the enforcement of laws and anti-crime campaigns, to make it better and safer place to live and to do business.
San Juan is composed entirely of undulating low grade tuffaceous plateau of soil. This means that it has the depth and stability to carry almost any type of construction and it has the ability to absorb and hold water. Being in the heart of region’s central plateau, the city is free of earthquake damage risks. On the other hand, real estate developments in the city are reserved for office, retail, and commercial spaces.