This district is being built next to the Karen Demirchyan Sports and Concerts Complex, parallel to the Tsitsernakaberd highway. It is planned for approximately 9000 inhabitants. Based on the features of the relief, the complex was designed on three platforms. The central platform is intended for a spacious public park that extends across the length of the area. Surrounding this park, 19 residential buildings are grouped. The buildings facing the Tsitsernakaberd highway will range from 10 to 15 floors in height. Penthouses with garden walls are planned on the upper floors of the buildings, and solar panels will be installed on the roofs. On the first floors of the residential buildings, there will be public areas that are interrupted from time to time by open spaces, with the tendency to ensure visibility from the highway to the Ararat plain. Active and passive recreation zones are planned in the park. The tree-lined and water environment is preceded by the sports environment, where the residents of the neighborhood and the citizens can have fun playing tennis, volleyball, and basketball. Children’s playgrounds and sports fields are found at every turn. Bicycle lanes are separated.