Commonwealth Games Village

Commonwealth games village project is undergoing on the bank of River Yamuna which will have a ability to accommodate around 8500 athletes and games officials. This place located on the National Highway - 24 nearby to Akshardham Temple, New Delhi.
Commonwealth Games Village will be a gated housing society where the towers will be between 6 level to 9 level. Commonwealth Games Village consist the 2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom apartments. The Complex will be Wi-Fi enabled and will be specialized 'GREEN BUILDING'.

Commonwealth Games Village Flats 2010

It is the New landmark in the heart of Delhi from Emaar MGF.A chief location just minutes away from the middle business district - Connaught Place, the Commonwealth Games Village is Delhi's only purpose-built, self-contained finest residential community. Wherever you need to travel, for business or pleasure, the Commonwealth Games Village 2010 is the ideal starting point.

This village worldwide living inspired by an international occasion, developed by Emaar MGF - India's leader real estate and infrastructure development company. The Games village will be facilitated with all kinds of high-end security, health facilities, transportation, pollution-free environment etc. This is a entirely new state-of -the-art Games Village is to be developed by Delhi Development Authority with an predictable cost of about $ 230 million. This is going to be a ideal location considering its surrounding packed with green scenic beauties, proximity to outstanding visiting sites and having linked with excellent means of road and rail networks.

The 1998 Games which held in Kuala Lumpur saw the introduction of team sports with nations taking part in cricket (50 over game), netball (women), hockey (men and women) and rugby 7's (men). In Manchester in 2002 netball, hockey and rugby 7's graced the programme once more and at the 2006 Games in Melbourne accompanied netball, hockey and rugby 7's on the programme. In Delhi in 2010 hockey, netball and rugby 7's will once more feature. The story of the Games evolved yet again on the 9th November 2007 when Glasgow (Scotland) was get the right to host the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
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