Delhi’s first transit-oriented hub to come up in Karkardooma

Patricia Alphonso Dec 30, 2019 0

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on December 26, 2019 laid the foundation stone for the country’s first transit-oriented development (TOD) project.

The project — ‘East Delhi Hub’ at Karkardooma will be developed around the existing two Delhi Metro stations at Karkardooma– on the Blue and Pink Lines, and will include a massive open landscaped green area, a 48-storey signature tower that will come up in the first phase of the project.

It will come up in the next three and a half years and will have mixed-land use of 70 per cent residential, 20 per cent commercial and 10 per cent for civic amenities, besides housing facilities for people belonging to the economically weaker section (EWS).

Delhi-based architecture firm C P Kukreja Architects has designed the 60-acre transit-oriented development (TOD) project while National Buildings Construction Corporation (NBCC) has been selected by Delhi Development Authority (DDA) for implementing the project’s first phase.

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