BF International is a gated community located in the city of Parañaque, Philippines. It is a prestigious and upscale neighborhood that caters to the elite and affluent members of society.
The community is known for its large, luxurious homes and well-manicured lawns and gardens. Many of the homes in BF International are designed in a modern style, with spacious interiors, high ceilings, and elegant finishes. Many of the properties also feature swimming pools, tennis courts, and other amenities that cater to a high-end lifestyle.
The community is also known for its excellent security, with round-the-clock guards and surveillance cameras ensuring the safety of residents and their properties. This, combined with the exclusive and secluded atmosphere of the neighborhood, has made BF International a popular choice for celebrities, politicians, and business leaders.
BF International also offers residents easy access to the best that Parañaque has to offer. The neighborhood is located just a short drive away from the city’s central business district, where residents can find a wide range of restaurants, shops, and entertainment venues. The community is also close to several of the city’s top schools, making it a great choice for families with children.
Overall, BF International is a luxurious and exclusive community that offers residents the best in high-end living. With its spacious homes, top-notch amenities, and excellent security, it is no wonder that many of the country’s elite have chosen to make it their home.
BF International Village currently has a population of 77,264 people spread over 2.17 km2 (0.84 sq mi) of land. The barangay has a total 60,000 households, 20,000 families, 50,000 registered voters and 251 precincts.
The barangay is bordered by Gatchalian Village-Barangay Manuyo II to the north; San Antonio V7-Barangay Pulanglupa II to the east; Barangay San Isidro, Parañaque on the west; and J. Aguilar Ave., Barangay Pamplona III to the south.
BF International Village was created by virtue of Presidential Decree No. 1334 which was issued by then-President Ferdinand Marcos on April 3, 1978. The third of the three-part division of Barangay Pulang Lupa was created primarily to accelerate the pace socio-economic development program by its officials.