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1.India to get over 65 million sq ft of new mall space by 2022-end

It’s raining malls in India! Despite the onslaught of the e-commerce business across the country, malls are still serious business. According to Anarock's latest retail report ‘TCCx: Redefining the Future of Retail Malls’ released at the CII North Retail Conclave recently in Delhi, the sector is riding high on the phenomenal rise of consumerism and renewed interest by institutional investors.


2.Large players with large co-working spaces

India’s five major co-working players have 8.5 million sq ft operational space


3.Development portfolio of large warehousing developers

Investments by IndoSpace, Embassy Industrial Parks, Hiranandani Communities


4.Warehousing witnessed over 50% growth YoY, almost 32 mn sq ft in 2018

Grade-A, B stock grown to 169 mn sq ft as against 138 mn sq ft a year ago


5.REITable office assets expected to be valued at $ 35 billion: JLL India

Bengaluru will provide highest REITable assets worth $10.7 billion


6.IndoSpace launches parks in Punjab, Haryana, of total 110 acre

IndoSpace has announced its expansion in the North with the launch of parks in Rajpura, Punjab and Luhari, Haryana. These new parks will boost IndoSpace’s move towards its goal to build a portfolio of 120 million sq ft of modern logistics infrastructure across India.


7.JLL: Potential value of REITable office space assets at $35 billion

India has already seen its first REIT listing from Embassy Group-Blackstone JV in March this year


8.Cities Driving Opportunities

India’s top eight cities are driving warehousing opportunities.


9.ICRA: Foreign investors see growth opportunities in industrial warehousing

There is increasing demand for Grade A warehousing space because of the operational conveniences and cost benefits


10.Why our megacities continue to attract maximum investments?

Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru continued to be the favourite destination of investors in the last 10 years