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CHENNAI 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: Vacancy is likely to remain low, with developers likely to be strategic in project completions and taking up new construction after carefully assessing the demand levels in the market.

Residential: Developers expect a significant slowdown in new launches with even the under-construction projects getting delayed due to shortage of manpower and non-availability of construction materials in the current COVID-19 situation and the lockdown period.

Retail: With demand being healthy for a major part of the quarter, rents in key malls and high streets have shown a good increase over the past year and within the quarter as well.

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.

Learn more by clicking our most recent Chennai MarketBeat reports below.

CURRENT MARKETBEAT

Office Buildings CBD
Chennai Office Report

Even though, city level rents were largely stable during the quarter, we saw a marginal appreciation of 2-3% q-o-q in Off-CBD and Suburban South submarkets.

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Shopping Retail
Chennai Retail Report

With the COVID outbreak, activity slowed down considerably over the second half of March and the subsequent lockdown has impacted retail business activity.

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Warehouse Internal Rack
Chennai Residential Report

The Covid-19 pandemic has had an adverse impact on the residential real estate market with demand from buyers declining sharply towards the latter part of the quarter.

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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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