NEW DELHI: The Delhi metro rail corporation (DMRC) will monetise about 2 lakh sq ft at Karkarduma and Anand Vihar metro stations in a bid to increase revenue, which has been hit badly due to Covid 19.
The successful bidder will be offered the space for 15 years.
“The Karkarduma station is an interchange station between Blue and Pink lines of the Delhi Metro network. The station lies in proximity of the Karkarduma District Court Complex,” said a DMRC official.
DMRC has planned commercial development at Karkarduma station along with operating facilities for commuters.
The space on first, second and third floor of the station is proposed to be leased out for specified purposes like retail, organised commercial space, office space and banks.
“The project site has an excellent opportunity to become important commercial hub within this locality. With separate access being available for the commercial areas and parking space, prominent and spacious frontage, and a captive commuter base, this area will present unique opportunities for retailers,” the official added.
The corporation has approximately 8600 sqm area at Anand Vihar metro station of Blue line.
The station is located in area having huge transport hub with Metro connectivity of Pink and Blue line, Railway and ISBT.
“The area has adequate presence of social and physical infrastructure facilities and amenities such as educational institutes, hospitals and nursing homes, entertainment facilities and other facilities such as Karkarduma Court, Yamuna Vihar Sports complex along with Railway and ISBT,” the DMRC official said.
The area has been divided by DMRC in 2 packages with Package 1 for area of 1130 sqm at concourse level and Package 2 for area of 7470 sqm at ground level and first floor level.
The tender for package 1 has already been invited. Tender for package 2 is scheduled to be invited in the next month.
“Both the areas at Karkarduma and Anand vihar have adequate provision for vehicular parking and shall be leased for a lease period of 15 years and rent free moratorium period ranging from 6 months to 12 months,” the official said.