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AHMEDABAD MARKETBEAT REPORTS

Rohan Sharma • 27/04/2020
Cushman & Wakefield MarketBeat reports analyze quarterly economic and commercial real estate activity including supply, demand and pricing trends at the market and submarket levels.

Office: With the strong leasing momentum in the first couple of months and comparatively lower supply of only 0.426 msf during the current quarter, vacancy dropped by around 340 bps q-o-q to 40.5%.

Residential: Prices remained stable in the mid-segment and high-end segment during the quarter. Rising interest in the affordable segment has resulted in gains in previous quarters but no change was seen in Q1.

Retail: Rents in malls as well as mixed-use retail projects remained range-bound with retailers enjoying greater negotiating power with sufficient supply available in the market.

India Investment: The COVID pandemic put a lot of countries on lockdown mode and some ongoing deals and those in advanced stages went on hold due to investment decisions being delayed or final contracts not yet signed.

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CURRENT MARKETBEAT

Office Buildings CBD
Ahmedabad Office Report

Quoted rents were unchanged across the city in Q1, barring some projects showing greater flexibility in rents to remain competitive in the current market conditions.

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Shopping Retail
Ahmedabad Retail Report

We expect that rents may come under slight stress for such properties amid and in the aftermath of the lockdown due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

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Warehouse Internal Rack
Ahmedabad Residential Report

Going ahead, the quantum of new launches is expected to slow down considerably as the construction industry is virtually at a standstill with widespread labour shortages due to the nationwide lockdown following the Covid-19 outbreak.

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Warehouse Internal Rack
India Investment Report

The first quarter of 2020 recorded investment volumes of INR 42.66 bn (USD 0.57 bn), a q-o-q decline of 30.3%. This was the lowest first quarter number in five years.

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