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At the north of DIliman is the Commonwealth area that was taken from the term “Commonwealth Avenue”, said to be the widest highway in the city. Just like the other districts, Commonwealth is mostly a residential area. A listing of their communities include Ferndale Villas, Don Antonio Heights, Don Antonio Royale, BF Homes QC, Vista Real, Filinvest Subdivision Phases 1 and 2 and New Capitol Estates, among others. The notable barangays here include the Old Balara, Batasan Hills, Holy Spirit and Brgy. Commonwealth.
Commonwealth is the spot where partly the seat of government is. Some of the most important government institutions like the Commission on Audit, the Sandiganbayan and the Batasang Pambansa Complex where you can find the House of Representatives are all situated in this district. For the government employees in any of these offices, it will be a real convenience to live in any of the neighboring villages mentioned, thus, there’s no need for long traveling or commuting. Such is the comfort if you reside in this area. Aside from the old villages and government housing projects, there are new developments coming up so check out any new condominium or townhouse or a house and lot perhaps that may satisfy your desire for a new dream home.
For education, parents would be pleased to know that a number of reputable schools are within the area like the School of the Holy Spirit, Diliman Preparatory School, Mary the Queen College, The Seed Montessori, Capitol Hills Christian School and the Asian Institute of Computer Studies.
Sadly, you can also see the disparity of the various socio-economic classes here since there are rows of informal settlers whose shanties are scattered on both sides of Commonwealth Avenue. This is in stark contrast to the sight of big, luxurious homes in the area’s exclusive subdivisions. Government has made some action to solve this concern but for some reasons, these informal settlers keep coming back.