New City Of Andishe

Location: Tehran province, city of Shahriar, 30 kilometers West of Tehran

Population: 130000 targetedPlan , Residents: 13,000

Area ,Range: 1385 acres ,privacy: ha The role and function: Residential


  • Pioneer in the field of e-commerce, providing appropriate area for electronic stations, creating the perfect urban environment and keep pace with modern technology
  • Ability to provide opportunities and to organize metropolis of Tehran and Karaj
  • Good access to travel networks such as freeways of Tehran —Karaj and railways and planning to build electric trains in the future
  • The existence of potential facilities to provide employment services to future residents
  • The existence of sustainable development urban structures
  • Benefits from identity patterns of Iranian Islamic architecture such as market and buildings with pattern of Iranian identity.
  • The existence of required facilities based on adequate provision of basic needs of its residents, according to being adjacent to the social, cultural and political centers of Karaj and Shahriar and a large market area
  • Having mosthistory between new cities in the country and completing infrastructure and regional and urban utilities

Major factors involved in Andisheh topology

  • Availability of potentials to secure future employment opportunities
  • Easy access to connection networks in the region such as:
  • Tehran-Karaj, high ways and rail way grid
  • Availability of sustainable urban development infrastructurals
  • Availability of facilities to meet resident’s basic needs in terms of the vicinity to
  • accomplilshed social & cultural centers like Shahriar & Karaj towns.
  • Existence of arid lands

Foundation Targets

To attract Tehran excess population

  • Attracting Tehran urban region over flow population & supplying abode and social services for them
  • To provide opportunities & organization to the cities like Tehran & Karaj
  • To maintain the ecological equilibrium of the region
  • To create suitable environment
  • Easy access to residence, work & social services
  • Optimum utilization of infrastructures
  • To prevent suburbia
  • Urban planning with engagement and social services