The Commonwealth Games Village in New Delhi is a landmark address in the heart of the Capital City, built across from the Yamuna river. Located on National Highway-24 (NH24), adjacent to the famous Akshardham Temple, the area is just a few minutes away from the city's central business district (CBD) of Connaught Place. Inspired by the international sports event, The Commonwealth Games 2010, the development cues in style in every element, setting the benchmark for high living. It is one of Delhi’s finest concepts in luxury living with an approximately 70% open green area of landscaped gardens, walkways and water features. The common facilities include a swimming pool, tennis courts, a children’s park, a clubhouse and the nearby international sports arena built for the 2010 Commonwealth Games. The newly constructed 14-lane road has reduced the commuting time from here to India Gate (the city centre) to just under 10 minutes.
The 2-bedroom apartment with views of the tennis courts and the striking Akshardham Temple is approximately 1,500 sq. ft. and comes with en-suite bathrooms, an attached staff quarter and 2 covered parking spaces in the basement. The interiors of the apartment are fitted with designer fixtures ranging from Italian marble, Italian designer bath fixtures and a complete modular kitchen. The apartment is fitted with spilt air-conditioners in all rooms and with fine teak wood dressers and cabinets, creating ample storage space.