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Can India’s Coworking Market Double Its Growth By 2021!

by Santosh Sinha The culture of the coworking space market has started getting more acceptance in the Indian market. Recently, coworking firm Oneculture has taken 1.06 lakh sq ft of office space from realty firm Bhutani Infra in its ‘Alphathum’ commercial project in Noida to open its fourth center comprising 1,600 seats. The co-working firm currently has two centers in Gurugram, Haryana with a total capacity of 1,300 seats and will open the third center in the city in November having 700 seats. It offers space in the range of Rs 12,000-22,000 per seat per month, a senior company official said. In this week itself, in an effort to encourage the business environment for MSMEs and startups, Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI) formed a partnership with Incuspaze Solu...

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...

FY20 Real Estate Outlook: Liquidity is Key for Survival and Growth – RealtyMyths

India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra) has maintained an overall negative outlook on the real estate sector for FY20. Ind-Ra has a stable outlook for players in Tier-I residential real estate, commercial office and retail property development and operations and a negative outlook for the rest. Sector Consolidation and NBFC Slowdown: In FY20, Ind-Ra expects Tier I residential players to generate strong sales due to the ongoing consolidation in the market with fringe players losing ground in favour of Tier I, with better brand and execution ability. The market share of the top 11 listed players, Ind-Ra has analysed, increased to 14% in 2018 from 10% in 2015. Conversely, Tier-II and marginal players are struggling amid liquidity issues on account of declining sales, negative cash flows, RERA imp...

Retail-The new driver for commercial real estate

The Indian Residential real estate market may be facing a slowdown currently, but that is not the case with the retail sector, as the country sees a significant shift in preference The Indian Retail sector is one of the fastest growing industries in the world.  Due to the large scope of business and high growth potential, India is attracting investors across the globe. Many research reports say that the overall outlook for the country retail market continues to be positive. As per CBRE latest report nearly 19 lakh sq ft of fresh retail supply was added during the first half of 2018 across seven key cities, while another 40-50 lakh sq ft of supply is likely to be added in the second half of this year across major cities like Mumbai, Bangalore, NCR, Hyderabad and Chennai. According to the Co...

Will Physical Retail Survive the E-commerce Assault?

Anuj Kejriwal, MD & CEO – ANAROCK Retail Online retail is projected to grow to US$ 73 billion by 2022 Retail sector attracted US$ 147.40 million investments in FY18 Organised retail penetration expected to reach 10% 2020 against current 7% Amazon & Alibaba are investing in offline stores – brick-and-mortar retail will survive the ‘online assault’ The Changing Dynamics of Indian Retail The Indian retail sector is on a faster roll than ever before. Rapid urbanization and digitization, rising disposable incomes and lifestyle changes – particularly of the middle-class – are acting as booster rockets for the Indian retail sector, which is projected to grow from US$ 672 billion in 2017 to US$ 1.3 trillion in 2020. Over the last two decades, the Indian retail market has ...

Great Eastern Retail Pvt Ltd. Is on a Robust Expansion Mode

Great Eastern Retail Pvt. Ltd., East India’s largest consumer electronics retail chain with a Pan-India presence is on a fast footing strengthening strategy. Currently, with 55 stores across the country in 5 states (Orissa/WB/AP/UP & Rajasthan), the brand aims to set up 10 more within this fiscal year in smaller markets as part of its Rs 115 crore investment strategy over 20 new stores. The Director of the Great Eastern Retail Pvt. Ltd., Mr Pulkit Baid said, “We presently have 55 stores across the country. We wish to offer an entire range of products for the customers in tier II and III cities and hence are investing in large format stores in those cities.” The retail chain houses electronic products like Televisions, Refrigerators, Air Conditioners, Washing Machine, Audio and other el...

Sohna Road: Emerging real estate destination of Gurugram

Investors looking for long-term investment may go and invest here, as the area offers myriad options in the affordable sector Gurugram: Sohna Road has emerged out as a micro-market established in Gurugram. It offers a mix of residential, retail and entertainment centers located close to National Highway 8. This sector, with its 8 million sq ft of ready office stock adds up to approximately 12% of the total office stock of Gurugram. In the next two years, it is estimated to expand another 2.5 million sq ft of supply which is currently under construction.  The micro-market constitutes vacancy levels of 22-25%. The top office buildings, Bestech Business Tower, Vatika Business Park, Brookfield (Candor Tech Space), Space I Tech Park, and JMD Megapolis are a mix of IT-ITeS, commercial, and SEZ o...

SPR: The newest realty destination of Gurugram

Fueled by the commercial, residential and retail sector, SPR to become the next real estate destination Gurugram is expanding its horizons by coming up with projects such as Southern Peripheral Road (SPR).  SPR stretches along a distance of 16km and gives the people commuting from Sohna Road and Golf Course Road a good network as it links Gurgaon-Faridabad Road up to NH-8 close to Kherki Dhaula Toll Plaza. Sectors 68, 69-75, 75A etc. are the major developments that have come up in this area.  It has now emerged as an integrated development with a mix of projects from commercial, residential and retail sectors that are still at their budding stage. Commercial office and occupier leasing: Covering up to 3 million sq ft of ready office stock, in the next two years commercial office category i...

Retail Leadership Summit 2018

Winning over the tech-savvy, 24/7 connected consumer requires the retailer to have a transparent agile supply chain, omni-channel capabilities, a digital-ready workforce and mobile-first strategy, in addition to other new-age wherewithal. Every retail organisation seeking to satisfy today customers, innovate and stay profitable, will need to work with a wide range of external partners, including competitors. Research establishes an 81% co-relation between collaboration in business and innovation.Collaboration is the need of the hour, the way ahead for all.

How residential and retail real estate sync up in India

Anuj Puri, Chairman – ANAROCK Property Consultants Whenever I’m asked how real estate is performing in India, I have to ask the questioner to be a bit more specific. Real estate is not a single industry but consists of various categories/asset classes, and each behaves differently at the same time and at different times. Residential, commercial and retail real estate each serve a very separate and distinct purpose, respond to a different type of demand and attract different types of investors. However, it is equally true that all three categories are inter-related because they all depend on each other to drive growth. Residential projects tend to crop up around commercial office catchments, because that is where jobs are created, and employment drives the financial ability and ...

What will be your biggest investment in 2018?

Ramesh Nair, CEO & Country Head, JLL India 2017 saw a paradigm shift in how India invests its money. While still reeling under the impact of demonetization, the year saw an introduction of major policy changes as well as the boom of newer and riskier investment avenues, including Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Coming to real estate, 2017 was a roller coaster ride, with policy changes leading to speculations regarding the investment scenario. However, with global real estate investment activity broadly tracking last year’s pace, we saw India’s investment market attract over USD 5.1 Bn investment flows in 2017. Investor confidence was amplified on account of policy reforms including, RERA, GST, Benami Transactions Bill, demonetisation, leading the way towards a cleaner sector enviro...

The future of online and offline retail stores

by Anushree Ghosh When the axis of online and offline stores meet at a point, the quadrant which gets the maximum ‘sales hits’ is tricky to analyse.  Many brands keep on shifting the meeting point according to the market demand. Over the past decade, brands have been experimenting with physical and virtual shops by even offering products on their own website. This has led to shrinking the inventory cost and more return on investment, but while doing so the brand identity and personalized effort get lost in the process. Also, the competition intensifies at the offline level. The companies that are highly dependent on online sales are now re-strategizing their marketing plan, trying to reach equilibrium between the virtual store and actual stores. The traditional divide is slowly reaching th...

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