San Isidro is an area in the west side cluster 2 of Makati City. This means that the barangay is part of the 1st congressional district together with 19 other barangays. The 0.4829 square kilometer barangay primarily consists of residential homes varying from flats, houses and condos. Other than these real estate properties, San Isidro hosts a fire station, a catholic church, a private school and a police station.
Over 6 decades ago, San Isidro was a sitio of Del Pilar. The barrio used to be a main road for horse-drawn carriages during those years. Being on the national road made San Isidro a perfect place to reside in for the city dwellers. Therefore, in just a few years, the population grew into a booming number and the local government had to upgrade Isidro’s status from a sitio into a barangay. Thus today, San Isidro is a regular barangay housing thousands of residents both Filipinos and non-Filipinos.
Location of the Barangay
San Isidro is located near Palanan in north, Pasay City in west, parts of Pasay and Pio Del Pilar in south and Pio del Pilar in east. This means it is a convenient location should you decide to work either in Pasay City or in Makati Central Business District (CBD). San Isidro is just within 15-30 minutes jeepney ride from these well-known business districts.
- The barangay day is celebrated every 3rd Monday of May, which is also the Feast of San Isidro Labrador
- Another town fiesta is also celebrated named Feast of Holy Family every 4th week of December
- Examples of main commercial establishments within the level land barangay include banks, SM Hypermarket, drug stores, house rentals, restaurants, etc.