Bengaluru and Delhi-NCR largest markets for flexible spaces in India, with a combined share of almost 55 percent in overall flexible space stock
Space absorbed by co-working service providers rises threefold to 3.44 mn sq ft
The CRISIL report said revival in residential realty is likely to be gradual and prices are expected to remain under pressure on account of slowdown in volumes due to on-going liquidity concerns.
Colliers expects rent in the two cities to grow at 4.1 percent a year between 2018 and 2021 and sees the growth rate sustaining for several years after
Bengaluru records highest absorption at 7.9 million sq ft among seven key markets
Rising demand and lowering vacancies in premium Grade A buildings led office rental values to rise between 9 percent and 32 percent, says Colliers Research
Bengaluru saw the maximum leasing activity followed by Hyderabad, which dethroned Mumbai to be the second most active market
With data analytics and artificial intelligence providing greater insights on productivity and employee preferences, format of workplaces are being integrated with hospitality, retail, clubbing and entertainment spaces.
commercial real estate in key metro cities witnessed an increase in absorption leading to a fall in vacancy as supply continues to play catch up
The REIT listing is unlikely to spark a rush for more listings, according to experts.
Realty firm terms the allegations as “false and frivolous” and says that they will be dealt with, in accordance with law
They are mostly looking at properties in Mumbai, Pune and Delhi.
The Indian real estate market is expected to see shift in investment pattern - from capital appreciation to rental income yielding assets
With RERA coming into play and the emphasis on compliance, institutional real estate developers are entering the realty market to develop mid-to-large housing projects.
Rising demand coupled with shrinking vacancies in Grade A and premium Grade A office spaces has led to rental rise of about 2.8 percent to 11 percent quarter-on-quarter
From start-ups to large corporates, several companies are taking up space in co-working spaces, so much so that several million sq ft of space is getting pre-committed under the segment due to paucity of A-grade office supply
Bengaluru continued to account for the highest share of absorption at 34 percent in the second quarter followed by the National Capital Region at 28 percent followed by Mumbai at 14 percent
Commercial office segment dominates, private equity players continue to acquire income yielding Grade A commercial assets to ramp up their REIT ready portfolios: Colliers Research
Leasing activity rose by more than 10 percent; Bengaluru, Delhi-NCR, Hyderabad and Mumbai, accounted for more than 80 percent of the leasing during the first half of 2018
The setting up of the new Samsung facility may lead to more anchor tenants and mid-sized companies taking up space in the region but it is unlikely to impact commercial real estate prices in the short term
A report by Knight Frank says that PE investments in real estate rose from Rs 17,200 crore in 2014 to Rs 59,100 crore, a growth of a whopping 50 percent compounded.
Real estate major looking at a 15.2 percent per annum from both existing portfolio and new construction
Expansion plans of major players and the increasing appetite for the co-working format and leading to higher absorption of commercial real estate.
DDA approving amendments to Master Plan 2021 is not enough. All civic agencies need to come on board and revise the layout plans of colonies taking into account details of the current population and their civic requirements
While Gurugram is expected to remain the dominating office market in NCR, Noida is likely to be transformed into an affordable commercial hub