Office: Several ongoing transactions, totaling to about 5.0 msf of active demand, have been deferred in the short term as tenants are focused on cost savings and are re-evaluating space strategies.
Retail: Malls nearing completion are awaiting retailer commitments and are working towards introducing elements of health and hygiene as a part of the new normal.
Industrial: Hyderabad’s logistics and warehousing sector was adversely affected in H1 2020 by the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdown even though the long-term fundamentals of the segment remain intact.
Residential: Construction activity had come to a grinding halt early during the lockdown, but larger developers are now resuming work over the last one month as the lockdown has been followed by a staggered reopening.
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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