Brookfield India REIT to Acquire Bharti's Stake in Realty JV
Brookfield India REIT to Acquire Bharti's Stake in Realty JV
Real Estate

Brookfield India REIT to Acquire Bharti's Stake in Realty JV

Brookfield India Real Estate Trust (BIRET) is set to acquire nearly 50% stake in a real estate joint venture with Bharti Enterprises. This joint venture, Rostrum Realty Private Limited, includes properties across Delhi-NCR. The transaction is valued at approximately ?6,000 crores. Last year, Brookfield Asset Management already acquired a similar stake in four Bharti commercial properties.

With this acquisition, Brookfield?s REIT in India and Brookfield Asset Management will collectively control Rostrum Realty. This move is part of Brookfield's strategy to expand its real estate portfolio in India. The board of Brookfield India REIT is currently finalising the deal, with a decision expected soon.

Despite Brookfield?s non-response to inquiries, market analysts see this acquisition as a strategic step to enhance the REIT?s asset base and provide long-term value to shareholders. Bharti Enterprises is divesting its stake to focus on its core telecom operations. The JV properties include prime office spaces, attracting high rental yields and stable occupancy rates.

Brookfield India REIT, backed by a global asset management leader, continues to strengthen its foothold in India's burgeoning real estate market. This acquisition underscores Brookfield's commitment to leveraging growth opportunities within the Indian commercial real estate sector.

Brookfield India Real Estate Trust (BIRET) is set to acquire nearly 50% stake in a real estate joint venture with Bharti Enterprises. This joint venture, Rostrum Realty Private Limited, includes properties across Delhi-NCR. The transaction is valued at approximately ?6,000 crores. Last year, Brookfield Asset Management already acquired a similar stake in four Bharti commercial properties. With this acquisition, Brookfield?s REIT in India and Brookfield Asset Management will collectively control Rostrum Realty. This move is part of Brookfield's strategy to expand its real estate portfolio in India. The board of Brookfield India REIT is currently finalising the deal, with a decision expected soon. Despite Brookfield?s non-response to inquiries, market analysts see this acquisition as a strategic step to enhance the REIT?s asset base and provide long-term value to shareholders. Bharti Enterprises is divesting its stake to focus on its core telecom operations. The JV properties include prime office spaces, attracting high rental yields and stable occupancy rates. Brookfield India REIT, backed by a global asset management leader, continues to strengthen its foothold in India's burgeoning real estate market. This acquisition underscores Brookfield's commitment to leveraging growth opportunities within the Indian commercial real estate sector.

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