Sector 19 is a tribute to Mother earth. The residential units appear to be designed around trees and gardens so that every house draws in adequate sunlight. The Sector is jam-packed with 2,500 independent residences, spread across 50 acres of land with independent residences ranging from 80 to 450 sqm.
The entire Sector is exactly on the main road and that's where bus numbers 33, 34, 319, 492 and 398 ply by. Autos and rickshaws are on hand to ferry you to any location. Sector 18 Metro station is the nearest station for Metro travellers.
The 23 gates of the Sector are closely manned by 25 security guards. Except 3 gates, rest of the gates are closed during night. CCTV cameras installed at the main gates keep a watchful eye on the Sector.
The Sector is ideal for families with toddlers and young kids. It’s amply green and full of parks and green patches beset with kids’ recreational facilities like slides, swings and roundabouts. Keep your sports shoes handy, as the parks here have designated walking tracks as well.
RWA Sector 19 comprises of 18 active team members. 5 members take care of the office seven days a week. Garbage collection, cleanliness of sector, maintenance of roads and parks are handled by RWA. Overall system and sanitation of the Sector points towards the efficiency of its super active RWA team.
Like most independent residential Sector, residents here park their vehicles in front of their premises.
The Sector has its own markets in blocks A and B, which cater to everything that a resident requires- vegetables, fruits, grocery, milk, etc. Atta Market is the nearest shopping hub to the Sector.