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1.Know more about technologies for tall buildings to be constructable and economically viable in India

India currently has 50 completed tall buildings of 150 m+ and 52 under construction. Another three buildings 300 m+ tall are currently under construction.


2.Malls would have a larger catchment area in these Tier-II and Tier-III cities. Here's more!

Expansion of brick-n-mortar retail is also underway outside metros. Between 2006 and 2017, Tier-II cities reportedly received close to five times the investment of Tier-I cities, which Anuj Kejriwal, Managing Director & CEO, Anarock Retail ascribes to 'investors and mall developers realising the potential of these smaller markets and trying to make their presence felt.'


3.Here are the top eight cities that are to witness retail development!

Of the 85 new malls on the anvil, over 30 new shopping malls covering nearly 14 million sq ft are likely to come up in the top eight cities, according to Anarock. These include Gurugram, Noida, Greater Noida and Delhi in NCR, Mumbai, Chennai, Bengaluru and Pune.


4.What does it take for different mall formats to succeed?

India is seeing a resurgence in the fortunes of large-format retail real estate, going by the retail space that has entered the market of late and the number of malls under development


5.How tunnel form technology is playing a key role in offering promised quality and meeting timelines in the real-estate sector!

Over the past few years, the construction industry has slowly but increasingly embraced the processes and technology innovations that can augment both profitability and performance.


6.Park Here!

According to a recent report by the Indian Brand Equity Foundation, the country's IT industry is expected to triple its current annual revenue to reach $350 billion by 2025


7.Piramal Fund Management crosses Rs 10,000 crore in consolidated investments

Piramal Fund Management (PFM) has surpassed Rs 10,000 crore in aggregate investments from the proprietary book of Piramal Enterprises in South India. This milestone has been aided by a focused approach in treating Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Chennai as a single region, where synergies can be drawn from both existing and new relationships with Tier-1 developers, and by leveraging its ability to sanction large deals across the capital stack (Example: Adarsh Group - Rs 1,000 crore, Ozone Group - Rs 1,


8.Growth Uplift

According to a United Nations report, 54 per cent of the world´s population lives in urban areas, a proportion that is expected to increase to 66 per cent by 2050. Projections show that urbanisation, combined with overall growth of the world´s population, could add another 2.5 billion people to urban populations by 2050, with close to 90 per cent of the increase concentrated in Asia and Africa.


9.Some New, Some Old

India has a healthy piping industry worth about Rs 10,000 crore covering all sorts of pipes for potable water and drainage piping solutions, according to KL Kindra, Vice President, SFMC India Pipes.


10.Awards bagged

Emerson Climate Technologies has won the ´Green Product´ Award at ACREX India 2015, in Bengaluru, for its Copeland™ R410A Large Commercial Scroll Compressors.