Constructed for the Games in 2010, the Commonwealth Games Village
community in New Delhi
is built along the banks of the Yamuna River. This area spans a whopping 157 acres and is divided into 14 blocks, 1,168 air conditioned residential apartments and 34 towers. There are four divisions: Red, Green, Blue and Purple. Real estate firm Emaar currently has the rights to sell approximately 66 per cent of these premium apartments.
The Commonwealth Games Village
offers great connectivity to the Mandawali
and Hazrat Nizamuddin
railway stations. There are several bus stops near the area, including the Pusa Crossing, Dharma Apartment, Mayur Vihar
Phase-1 and Samaspur Jahangir Village. The area is home to a bus network which runs to several destinations in the capital.
The Village has its own free transport systems, bus services and the internal village shuttle. There are golf carts for moving about the area. The Akshardham temple lies near the locality.
Emaar is the major developer operating in this area and offers multiple luxury apartments to home buyers that are coupled with premium amenities and intelligent building designs. The area is steadily attaining popularity, owing to the abundance of facilities and well developed infrastructure.
The Village is home to an International Zone, which houses multiple retail outlets, a VIP waiting Area, a TV lounge, an internet caf, a games room, a bar, a guest pass center, a meeting hall and a media center. Residents also have the access to the training zone that was built for the Commonwealth Games athletes.
Several reputed educational institutions are well connected to the area, including the Gargi College, Zakir Hussain Delhi
College, Northern Institute for Integrated Learning in Management, Triambke Institute of Management and Technology, Vinay Marg Navyug Secondary School, Kendriya Vidyalaya, Sanskriti School and many more. Leading hospitals like the Dharamshila Cancer Hospital, Lal Bahadur Shastri Hospital and Bapu Nature Cure Hospital & Yogashram are also connected to the Village.