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1.ArcelorMittal explores the sale of construction arm

The world’s largest steel manufacturer, ArcelorMittal, is reportedly exploring avenues in relation to the possible sale of its construction business as it divests peripheral ventures.


2.Godrej Fund Management can now develop office assets worth over $1 bn

Announces second and final close of its $450 mn office development platform


3.Massive developer consolidation in top nine Indian cities

There has been a massive developer consolidation in the top nine cities in India, with over 50 per cent of the total developers that existed in 2011-12 leaving the market by 2017-18, according to PropEquity Research.


4.Godrej Fund Management expands its Build to Core office platform to US$ 450 million

Godrej Fund Management (“GFM”), the real estate private equity arm of the Godrej Group, has announced the second and final close of its US$ 450 million office development platform. Across Godrej Build to Core-I (“GBTC-I”) and the existing core fund, GFM can now invest in or develop office assets worth over US$ 1 billion in value.


5.Boost for capital availability for infra projects

SBI, NIIF join hands to provide greater thrust to infra financing


6.Massive developer consolidation in top nine cities

As a result, project share of the top 10 developers increases


7.AT A GLANCE

GRIHA Council has signed a MoU with the Indian Institute of Architects, Northern Chapter (IIANC), to promote green buildings through awareness creation.


8.Blackstone acquires Aadhar; infuses Rs..8,000 million primary equity capital

The private equity funds managed by Blackstone have acquired a 97.7 per cent stake in Aadhar Housing Finance, including the entire stake held by the existing controlling shareholders, Wadhawan Global Capital (WGC) and Dewan Housing Finance


9.PE funds inject $1.1 billion into logistics and warehousing in two years

Private equity (PE) funds altogether pumped nearly US$ 9.7 billion into Indian real estate between Q1 2017 and Q1 2019 – but into more sectors than the 'usual suspects' of commercial and residential projects. Logistics and warehousing is a bright new spot on the Indian real estate heatmap.


10.Flexible workspaces expected to rise to about 10 million sq ft by 2020

About 200 co-working operators already running an estimated 400+ facilities across India