Sector 56 is a residential neighbourhood in Gurgaon. It is flanked by Golf Course Extension Road towards the south and by Tau Devi Lal Biodiversity Park lies to its north. Several commercial centres, educational institutions, and hospitals have cropped in this area at a rapid rate which accounts for its increasing demand as a residential locality. The neighbouring areas include Sector 50, Haiderpur, Sector 58, Sector 60, Sector 65, Sector 52, and Sector 45.
It boasts of smooth connectivity with key areas of Delhi and Gurgaon. It is linked to Delhi Expressway via Netaji Subhash Marg, and Golf Course Extension Road connects it to Sohna Road towards the west and Gurgaon Road in the east. The nearest stops for the city buses plying through this area regularly include Plaza, Genpact, and Shuttle. Huda City Centre metro station is just a 15-minutes drive from here. The closest railway station is 14.1 kilometres from here, while other nearby stations are Hazrat Nizamuddin (32.3 kilometres) and another one at 36.9 kilometres from this area. Indira Gandhi International Airport lies 18.4 kilometres away.
Several notable projects have been launched here, with many sought-after developers taking an interest in this locality. With rapid development measures being taken, Sector 56, Gurgaon is well on its way to being one of the prime locations near this belt.
Scottish High International School, Alpine Convent School, Amazon Public School, Bharati International Convent School, Shalom Presidency School, and Gurugram Public School are the key schools in the vicinity. The educational institutions that offer opportunities for higher education, include IILM Institute for Business and Management, AIT Engineering Institute, etc.
Artemis Health Institute, Apollo Clinic, Kirti Hospital, Aesthident Dental Clinic, W Pratiksha Hospital, are some of the reputed healthcare centres in the vicinity. A number of banks also have their branches here, such as Indian Overseas Bank, State Bank of India, Bank of Maharashtra, and Oriental Bank of Commerce.