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Logistics Leasing Records 31% Growth In One Year: CBRE

India’s logistics leasing recorded a growth of 31% on a yearly basis, crossing 13 million sq. ft, reveals CBRE, India’s leading real estate consulting firm, in its report ‘India Industrial and Logistics Market View, H1 2019’. As per the report, Mumbai, Chennai, and Bangalore accounted for more than 60% of leasing activity. Describing this momentum, Anshuman Magazine, Chairman & CEO – India, South East Asia, Middle East & Africa said, “While the overall pipeline for the sector is expected to be around 60 million sq. ft. till 2020, at least 22 million sq. ft. of this supply is anticipated to be released by leading players. We also expect logistics leasing activity to strengthen owing to consolidation/ expansion by occupiers. In addition, as per our APAC Investor Intention...

PE Funds Inject $1.1 bn into Logistics & Warehousing in 2 Yrs

Shobhit Agarwal Private equity (PE) funds altogether pumped nearly USD 9.7 bn into Indian real estate between Q1 2017 and Q1 2019 – but into more sectors than the ‘usual suspects’ of commercial and residential projects. Logistics & warehousing is a bright new spot on the Indian real estate heatmap. Infrastructure status, the multi-modal logistics park policy and implementation of GST has caused private equity firms to take a greater interest in logistics and warehousing sector. Private equity funds altogether pumped in excess of USD 1.1 bn in logistics and warehousing sectors between Q1 2017 to Q1 2019 as against zero investments during 2015 and 2016 combined. Interestingly, the Southern cities of Bengaluru, Chennai and Hyderabad saw maximum interest by investors, fol...

Warehouse leasing crossed the 25 million sq. ft. mark in 2018, says CBRE

Warehouse leasing in India crossed the 25 million sq. ft. mark in the year 2018, says the report issued by CBRE South Asia, India’s leading real estate consulting firm. CBRE today announced the findings of its latest report, the third in the series – “ONLINE RETAIL DRIVING REALTY – ELEVATING THE E-COMMERCE GAME”. The report examines the link between online retailing (e-tailing) and the logistics sector and the impact of GST on the leasing of warehousing spaces in the country. As per the report, the impressive growth of the e-commerce sector has been on the back of favorable policy reforms, tech-enhanced warehouses, rising smartphone and internet penetration, digital India movement, amongst others. This has upstretched the share of e-commerce in overall warehousing leasing uptak...

CBRE says India’s Real Estate Stock will grow by 200 mn sft in 2019 – RealtyMyths

Policy reforms across sectors in 2018 led to a tremendous improvement in India’s ‘Ease of Doing Business’ ranking; India remains the fastest growing major economy in the world 2018 saw 47 million sq. ft. of office space uptake, dominated by Bangalore, Delhi-NCR and Hyderabad. The trend to continue in 2019 with evolving landlord occupier relationships to be the enablers of change Retail activity maintained a healthy demand-mix across various brand categories; strengthened by the completion of nearly 5.1 million sq. ft. of investment grade supply in 2018. Despite the tightening of FDI norms in e-commerce, omnichannel will continue to reinvent retail formats in 2019 The logistics sector picked up on the back of GST implementation and granting of ‘infrastructure status’; absorption levels touc...

Logistics infrastructure booming due to GST, says PwC

Forecast says adoption of coworking office space is on the rise across Indian cities Demand for logistics infrastructure is booming in India due to the introduction of Good and Services Tax (GST) that has revolutionised how goods are delivered across the country, according to the Emerging Trends in Real Estate Asia Pacific® 2019, a real estate forecast jointly published by the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and PwC. This has also been helped by the Government of India according to infrastructure status to warehousing projects. Looking at Indian cities, Mumbai stands out with respect to demand for high-quality office space. The city is also seeing a strong growth in coworking assets. On the retail front, high-end malls continue to perform well if properly managed. However, mid-tier facilities a...

‘Warehousing’ transitioning through a revolutionary phase: Defining the Indian realty landscape

Mr. Antao AV, Chief Operating Officer, Synergy Property Development Services Warehousing which was once sidelined in the larger scheme of things, is now rapidly gaining prominence across the Indian realty sector. There are many factors, at the micro and macro-economic level that are coming to play, making warehousing an attractive proposition for investors looking to leverage the significant tailwinds witnessed around it. In fact, the growth prospects for Warehousing is so favorable, that as per recent reports we could see significant investments being made in the tune of USD 8 to 9 billion, for the creation of warehousing facilities across the country over the next two years. Which in turn would result in creation of over 20,000 jobs at different levels of specification and specialization...

Should you buy or rent a commercial property in India?

by Pooja Bhatia A business expansion calls for an extra-office space since you start hiring more staff or may need more space to accommodate visitors to the office. The decision to choose between buying or renting a property, still, can be confusing and overwhelming both. It is a question which will continuously nag you. This is the time when individual needs to consider in each and every fact to arrive at the best ROI for yourself. The personal expectation must be matched by a clear perception of the pros and cons of the investment. There are many factors to be considered such as the years of investment, location, specific needs, etc. Also, people have a perception that leasing is cheaper than buying but that need not be necessarily true. The thumb rule is- buying is a better option, but,...

Massive investments to drive India logistics real estate growth

Thanks to fresh investments, supply and interest this sector, the Indian logistics industry is set to reach the next level. Although India is down the rungs on the Logistics Performance Index (India stood 35th among 160 countries in World Bank’s 2016 study) in comparison to some of the top regional markets, launch of GST and huge investments from global players will help the sector grow manifold.  Srinivas N, Managing Director – Industrial Services, JLL India Interestingly, logistics in the Asia Pacific region is performing well in comparison to other global counterparts. According to the 2016 World Bank survey on trade logistics, top regional markets such as Singapore, Hong Kong and Japan feature near the top of a global league of 160 countries in terms of logistics performance, alo...

Retail, Warehousing saw increased private equity interest in 2016

Apart from the favourite asset classes of office and residential, private equity (PE) has been taking increased interest in warehousing, logistics and retail real estate. PE investors and overseas developers are already looking at opportunities to enter India’s industrial and warehousing sector by investing in various development projects. Investors from other nations, in general, and Asian countries such as China, Japan and Korea, in particular, have shown a lot of interest industrial development projects. A few key announcements that show their increasing interest are: ‘Wanda Industrial New City’; Dalian Wanda Group Industrial Parks by China Fortune Land Development Company Private (CFLD) Development of smart cities by ZTE Corporation Neemrana Japanese investment zone Mandal Becharaji, J...

JCB India unveils ‘Made in India’ range of machines; to transform material handling industry

“JCB India unveiled Telehandlers, Skid Steer Loaders and Super Loaders series of machines. JCB India believes that these heavy duty machines would play vital role in developing Smart Cities and can help eCommerce and logistics industry manage their warehouses smoothly” Santosh Sinha Strengthening the Modi Government’s ‘Make in India’ campaign, JCB India, country’s leading manufacturer of earth-movers and construction equipment, launched its ‘Made in India’ range of products named Telehandlers, Skid Steer Loaders and Super Loaders. Mr. Vipin Sondhi, MD & CEO, JCB India unveiled the three class leading machines in a press conference yesterday followed by a live demo session involving all the three machines showcasing their might. These machines are made available to the India...

How 100% FDI In E-commerce Will Impact Indian Real Estate – Anuj Puri, Jll

Anuj Puri, Chairman & Country Head, JLL India India is already host to some of the largest global e-commerce players. The announcement that 100% FDI will now be allowed in e-commerce is going to open the floodgates to a host of other players in this segment. The impact that this development will have on Indian real estate will be significant. In the first place, the new players – like their predecessors – will require large office spaces to house their back-end teams. They will naturally direct this requirement to the country’s top 7 cities. The second impact will be on the demand for warehousing and logistics real estate. Unlike the demand for office spaces, this additional requirement will be spread fairly evenly across Indian cities. E-commerce players need to be a...

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