Adani Group looks to monetize the 'non-core' real estate assets
Real Estate

Adani Group looks to monetize the 'non-core' real estate assets

According to two persons with firsthand knowledge of the matter, the Adani Group is considering selling off real estate holdings that have been deemed to be peripheral to its business operations. According to the persons, the group has already identified a few of these assets and is working to expand its list. They stated that these will be sold in accordance with the requirement for money to invest in the new real estate projects it is undertaking.

The group has reopened discussions to consider the sale of Inspire BKC, a commercial real estate project on the outskirts of Mumbai's busy business zone, Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC), which is home to numerous foreign corporations and Indian corporate houses.

According to two persons with firsthand knowledge of the matter, the Adani Group is considering selling off real estate holdings that have been deemed to be peripheral to its business operations. According to the persons, the group has already identified a few of these assets and is working to expand its list. They stated that these will be sold in accordance with the requirement for money to invest in the new real estate projects it is undertaking. The group has reopened discussions to consider the sale of Inspire BKC, a commercial real estate project on the outskirts of Mumbai's busy business zone, Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC), which is home to numerous foreign corporations and Indian corporate houses.

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