Tucked away in the north western part of the Delhi, Pitampura is a posh locality with a synergy of residential settlements. The area offers a mix of apartments, builder floors, independent houses, and villas with ample availability of space for retail and commercial activity.
Pitampura has its fair share of greenery with parks and recreational facilities. There are a good number of schools, hospitals, theatres, eateries, malls, and shopping complexes. To top it off, the area is bustling with the presence of Dilli Haat, which is the pinnacle of street culture in Pitampura. Spread over 7.2 acres, Dilli Haat is divided into a traditional food bazaar and a commercial area stacked with a variety of handicraft and handloom stalls, and flea markets. It also holds the much anticipated Mango Festival.
The connectivity in Pitampura is well equipped with arterial roads that adjoin the Outer Ring Road towards the east. The major highways and roads that run through and around the area are Asian Highway 1 (AH 1), Outer Ring Road, Guru Harikishan Marg, and Road Number 44, making it well accessed.