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1.Spurt in demand for affordable housing pushes up overall residential sales

Residential unit launches in H1 2019 increased by 21 per cent YoY to 0.11 mn units while sales grew by a steady 4 per cent YoY to 0.13 mn units. The residential market witnessed growth in supply as well as sales for the third consecutive half year period, both hitting their highest level since demonetisation during H2 2016


2.Warehouse space leasing grows by 77 per cent YoY in 2018

Warehousing space requirement for manufacturing sector expected to be 68 million sq m in 2019; estimated to reach 86 million sq m by 2024.


3.Real Estate Budget Reactions

A mixed bag of reactions by real estate sector on full Union Budget 2019-20


4.RICS, Knight Frank partnership to bring ideas rooted with real estate

Knight Frank India will be the knowledge partner for the key leadership forums


5.Mumbai’s Development Plan finally a reality!

The plan is expected to generate 8 mn jobs and 1 mn affordable houses


6.Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis unveils Mumbai DCPR 2034

Knight Frank India has launched a report on the Mumbai Development Plan 2034 – Development Control Promotion and Regulation (DCPR 2034). Titled DCPR 2034 – Deciphering Mumbai’s Future, the report delves into the fine print of the DCPR 2034 and what it spells for the residential and office sectors.


7.Here's how the DCPR 2034 will shape the future of Mumbai!

Knight Frank India has launched a report titled 'DCPR 2034 - Deciphering Mumbai's Future' on the Mumbai Development Plan 2034-Development Control Promotion and Regulation (DCPR 2034).


8.Here’s analysing the Mumbai Development Plan 2034!

The much-awaited Development Plan (DP) 2034 of Mumbai is a mixed bag for stakeholders, as there are some forward looking provisions as well as some other areas of challenge.


9.World’s largest companies to shift focus towards flexible workspace

The demand for flexible workspace is set to accelerate as over two thirds of global corporates plan to increase their use of flexible co-working and collaborative space over the next three years, according to new research from Knight Frank.


10.At Rs 23,400 crore, Mumbai captures 40 per cent of PE investments into office assets in India

PE investments across debt and equity shifted into a new paradigm post 2014 with the new government coming into power