Rajouri Garden is a posh residential and business neighborhood in West Delhi.
It is broken into several sections. Rajouri Garden is a shopper’s paradise in west Delhi, and Block J market, also known as the Main market, is one of the city’s most well-known retail markets. The majority of the housing is in the form of detached homes and bungalows. In the area, DDA units are also available. Bemisal Constructions, Krown Estate, and Saroj and Company are some of the private developers in the area.
Out of the 232 properties presented, 12% are in the Rs. 1.2cr toRs. 1.4cr price range, 11% are in the Rs. 1.4cr toRs. 1.6cr price range, 9% are over 5cr, and 68% are in other price categories. Almost 55% of rental residences have three bedrooms and may be rented for anywhere between Rs. 10,000 and Rs. 75,000, depending on the property’s condition.
The Delhi metro’s pink and blue lines serve the neighborhood. The Indira Gandhi International Airport is 15.6 kilometers away, while the Delhi Railway Station is 14.3 kilometers away. The nearest railway station to the area is Naraina Vihar Railway Station in Delhi Cantt. The nearest bus stations are Rajouri Garden and Tagore Garden, where one may take a local bus.
TDI Mall, City Square, TDI Paragon Mall, Pacific Mall, and Shoppers Stop are among the retail complexes and malls in this area. There are several mosques and temples in the area. New Era Junior School, MCD Primary School, Saraswati Bal Mandir, Cambridge Foundation School, Gurukul International School, HM Aviation Pvt. Ltd and Smile Group of Education Park Hospital, Guru Gobind Singh Govt Hospital, Gujral Medical Centre, and Khetarpal Hospital are some of the best hospitals in the neighborhood.
The Delhi metro’s Blue Line (Dwarka Sector 21 to Noida Electronic City) connects the office centers of Connaught Place (CP) and Noida. It is also connected to Gurgaon’s office hub through the Magenta Line. It’s a 25-minute journey from Netaji Subhash Place (NSP) via Mahatma Gandhi Marg.
Vertical developments will take the place of horizontal developments due to closeness to the marketplace and diminishing horizontal space. If you want to move to this neighborhood in the future, individual houses, bungalows, and builder floor flats might be a good investment.
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