Office: The COVID-19 pandemic and the lockdown in its wake defined much of Q2, and the associated discussions were largely centred around business continuity planning and thereafter shifted to cost optimisation measures.
Retail: Most retailers are pinning their hopes on the upcoming festive season to recoup their losses, but it is a rather long road to recovery for the sector.
Industrial: Online demand for essential products as well as discretionary purchases ensured promising prospects for the logistics sector even during the pandemic with Delhi NCR recording 1.3 msf of warehousing and industrial leases during the first half of the year.
Residential: The COVID-19 pandemic and the resultant lockdown, caused further grief to the already struggling residential sector in NCR and the result was that no new launches were seen in the city in Q2, a first of its kind instance for this large urban agglomeration and its residential segment.
Investment: The industrial and logistics sector will continue to present good investment opportunities as the sector has the potential to be recession-proof even as the shifts in consumption patterns and India’s push towards manufacturing creates stable asset performance with investors remaining upbeat on this asset class.
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