Rohini is a 30-year-old upmarket and well-developed residential sub city in North West Delhi in India, widely considered as one of the upfront residential areas of the capital. It is the second largest sub city in Asia- after Dwarka Sub City in South West Delhi. It was the first mega sub-city project of Delhi Development Authority (DDA) in the urban extension of Delhi, started in 1980s to provide composite society, for all income groups. Rohini Sub City consists of two part zones namely Zone "H" Part (Phase I and phase II) and Zone "M" Part (Phase III, IV and V).

Metro Connectivity

It has three stations on Red Line of Delhi Metro Line 1, which connects from Dilshad Garden, Kashmere Gate to Rohini East, Rohini West and Rithala Stations, making it one of Delhi Metro's major hubs.

Following extensions of routes are proposed:

(i). From existing Rithala Station up to Barwala (Rohini Ph.IV-V)

(ii). From Sanjay Gandhi Transport Terminal to Narela.

(iii). Under Phase III, the Yellow Line is expected to be extended further north from Jahangirpuri station by 4.48 km. Two addition stations will be built to extend the line to Badli: 1) Shalimar Bagh 2) Rohini Sector 18 3) Badli


Located righting the centre of sector-8,10,11,12 & 13 the arcade stands firm to cater commercial needs of approximately 62 residential group housing societies and a population of approximately 7lac residents. From spacious parkings and lush green parks the arcade is surrounded by planned suburbs. This is the reason the sec-9 of rohini has a second name called ”Mini Connaught place”


• Well connected to Badli, Pitampura, Shalimar Bagh,Haider Pur, Mangol Puri, Paschim Vihar, Narela Sub City,budh vihar, Mukarba chowk, Shahbaad Daulatpur (Delhi College of engineering) and Bawana.
• Multi-cuisine food court & specialty restaurants.
• D.D.A Approved Freehold Complex
• Environment friendly
• Vaastu friendly layout
• Beautifully landscaped open area
• 2-side open elevation