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BENGALURU 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 COVID-19 declared a global pandemic, activity tapered off from mid-March and as a result, gross leasing volumes of 3.74 msf in Q1 were actually lower by 19% y-o-y.

Residential: Capital values remained largely stable across categories and sub-markets with unsold inventory levels and the slowly improving sales momentum not offering any support to prices. This was further exacerbated by the outbreak of the pandemic in the city.

Retail: Anticipation of a longer shutdown and revenue loss is also pushing retailers to ask for longer rent abatements or re-working rent agreements for a short duration till a full recovery is visible.

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 MARKETBEATS

Office Buildings CBD
Bengaluru Office Report

Relocation strategies driven by cost control measures are also being considered even as term renewals will stay on track.

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Shopping Retail
Bengaluru Retail Report

By the end of the quarter, the mall shutdowns had resulted in mall operators waiving of rents and CAM charges (fully or partial) for the duration.

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Warehouse Internal Rack
Bengaluru Residential Report

Quarterly unit launches in the city saw a significant q-o-q decline of 23% with around 4,500 units getting launched, largely in the affordable and mid-segment categories.

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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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