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Delhi NCR MarketBeat Reports

22/04/2022
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: A staggering 55% growth in gross leasing was recorded in Delhi NCR, which reached 3.18 msf y-o-y. This is the second highest leasing since the pandemic and was led by professional and e-commerce segments, followed by healthcare and pharma. Flexible spaces have seen renewed interest by occupiers including large enterprises.

Residential: The launch activity in Delhi NCR remained strong in Q1 2022, with 2,045 new launches, this is a substantial increase of 7% y-o-y. The high-end and luxury segments were in the limelight, they accounted for 54% share in quarterly launches. All new launches were by established and renowned developers. Gurugram constituted 54% share in unit launches, while Delhi accounted for the remainder.

Retail: New leases and store openings of 0.25 msf in Delhi NCR was recorded in Q1 2022, highlighted with store relocations and churn activity. Retailer churn drove the majority of leasing activity in this quarter. Food & beverage was another important driver, with new store openings by Moti Mahal, Gur Chini and Sticky Rice amongst many others. Fashion retailers were also quite active in this quarter.

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CURRENT MARKETBEATS

Office Buildings CBD
Delhi NCR Office Report

Overall vacancy levels in Delhi NCR declined by 10 points, despite recording a supply of 1.6 msf. during this quarter. The demand has picked up pace with improved occupier confidence and has stabilized the market rents.

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Shopping Retail
Delhi NCR Retail Report

By the end of Q1 2022 mall rentals were stabilized as business activity resumed to normal. Select main streets in Delhi NCR such as Khan Market, Connaught Palace, and DLF Galleria saw rental growth of 3-5% q-o-q backed by strong demand and high retailer preference for these areas.

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Warehouse Internal Rack
Delhi NCR Residential Report

Capital values are seeing an uprise because of the strong demand for select projects in the Delhi NCR region. Prices are likely to soar in the coming quarters because of the rising inflation, compelling developers to increase prices and pass some of the financial burden to buyers.

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Warehouse Internal Rack
India Investment Report

Besides the slow rate of growth at 5.4% y-o-y, the Indian economy remained the fastest-growing major economy globally in Q1 2022. This quarter also recorded a private equity investment of INR 57.9 bn., a decline of 38.4% q-o-q but with a promise of picking up pace in coming quarters.

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Warehouse Internal Rack
Delhi NCR Industrial Report

Industrial and warehousing rents across most submarkets maintained the status quo during the second half of the year, with a few exceptions. The limited supply of Grade-A assets to cater to the massive warehousing demand is compelling developers to increase the supply of such assets across multiple submarkets in the city.

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