A futuristic sustainable smart city with world class sports facilities that are empowered by core values and sustainable design principles of energy-efficient buildings, integrated transportation, pedestrian networks and a diverse program that is designed in harmony with the local landscape and climate. As a catalyst to promote sports in the regional context, drawing on the enhanced landscaped realm, and Unique in its scale and diverse range of integrated facilities, the climate-sensitive development that limits the impact on the environment is an opportunity to establish an exclusive model of Sports City Townships, in the region and country at large. Through building form, orientation, planning and placements of the towers, waste and waste water management, rainwater harvesting and other initiatives, the township aims to resource and environment friendly. The master plan for the 300 acre site is envisioned to encompass a range of sports facilities including a nine hole golf course, an Olympic size swimming pool, a cricket and tennis academy, a football field, clubhouse, retail areas, restaurants, parks, community facilities, multipurpose landscaped gardens, pavilions and a carefully planned mix of more than 15000 residential apartment units in mid-rise to high-rise accommodation to encourage thriving, social activity throughout the day. Location and Context | Shaping Built Environments for community living in Suburban NCR. Planned over an area of approximately 300 acres in the prime Greenfield area of Sector 150, Noida, the Tulip Sports City is in proximity to the River Yamuna along its southern edge and the River Hindon on its northeastern edge. Just off the Agra Expressway in upcoming suburban NCR in a tranquil setting, with Greater Noida on one side, at present the site is surrounded by agricultural fields with proposed housing by various developers and neighboring communities and 43 acres of natural green topography. Approached through various points from the Noida Authority roads, the main entrance to the site is through a 45m wide main road and inheriting a flat, Natural topography with slight undulations, gently sloping towards the river, the site for the Sports city is strategically located and easily accessed from the premier Yamuna Agra Expressway and an upcoming metro station. The road hierarchy then leads to site arterial roads that allow movement on the site periphery and further lead into secondary roads for ease of circulation. An exclusive sense of Scale and balance is achieved in the public realm through the relationship of built and open spaces where there is adequate foreground for sports facilities, ample open spaces, crafted by well-configured built form. Compatibility of scales is achieved amidst the various building types through landscape, treatment of urban edges, setbacks etc. Diverse Yet compact typologies are adopted within a single development to create contemporary neighbourhoods that cater to diverse living needs and embody key housing principles, whilst creating a diversity of housing types and configurations of urban housing blocks.