Indiabulls Real Estate has earned a distinct reputation for building projects that turn spaces into inspiring places, since its inception. Indiabulls Real Estate went on to expand its projects portfolio, with its prime focus on construction and development of residential, commercial & SEZ projects, across major Indian Metro cities. Today Indiabulls Real Estate is ranked amongst the top Real Estate companies with a total Gross Development value of INR 32,189 crores and net worth of INR 5,480 crores as of 2017.
Indiabulls Real Estate has commercial development with a leasable area of 3.15 million sq.ft. under construction. Further, it has a land bank of 1,046 acres and also possesses 2,588 acres of SEZ land at Nasik, Maharashtra. In 2014, the company acquired the prime property, 22 Hanover Square in Central London for Rs.1630 Cr. The group has also been conferred the status of a Business Super brand by the brand council Superbrands, India. Indiabulls Real Estate is known for its successful delivering of superior products, services to its customers, partners and shareholders.
Indiabulls Real Estate is planning to acquire a large commercial building with a leasable area of 2.5 lakh sq ft in Gurgaon.
To acquire this large area of prime and newly constructed commercial building, Indiabulls Real Estate’s wholly-owned subsidiary has entered into a definitive and a binding agreement. A BSE filing by the Indiabulls reveals that, the deal has an expectancy period of four months, mainly after receiving the Occupation Certificate of the building. Although the name of the seller and deal value was not disclosed.
With many leading multi-nationals operating in the vicinity, makes it a developed prime commercial location. Equipped with an additional leasable area, the company expects to enhance its annuity revenue to Rs 1,450 crore in FY 20-21 from the rental properties portfolio of Indiabulls Real Estate.
With its expansion spree, Indiabulls Real Estate, is counting on the revival in the real estate market in Gurgaon for making its project a success. The commercial realty market is witnessing a strong demand in Gurgaon. So Indiabulls Real Estate is looking forward to set up a state of the art business park in Gurgaon, which would be able to draw reputed corporates and MNCs. As some big-ticket commercial space rentals and deals are expected to be finalized in this space.
Co-Working Space In Indian Real Estate May Be The Next Big Thing
Growing demand from corporate and a thriving start-up ecosystem is driving India’s freelancers and consultants, among others, to co-working spaces like never before. As per industry estimates by the end of 2018, India’s co-working space is likely to receive $400 million in investments and by 2020. The branded co-working spaces across the country are estimated to grow to 400 centers from less than 100 in 2017.
A trend that has both real-time and long-term impact on the real estate industry in the country is Co-working opine the industry experts. At present entrepreneurship is being strongly supported by the government and startups are booming. Thus, generating a huge demand for flexible office spaces which meet the specific needs of start-ups; which are maturing from a low manpower and capital base.
At the same time the bigger corporate are also preferring co-working spaces in some cities. This can be either to serve to definite clients or as incubation centers in new cities which will later turn into formal office spaces.
Anuj Puri, Chairman, ANAROCK Property Consultants states that it comes as no news that co-working office spaces are now cropping up all over the country, right from Tier 1 through to Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities and becoming incredibly popular. These upcoming spaces add a lot of convenience in terms of locations, facilities and costs to the startups. He informs, “There are about 110 formal co-working office space players in the Indian market now.”
“Co-working spaces will continue to prosper ceaselessly, for long. The number of seats in licensed commercial setup will grow by four fold by 2020. The growth is favored by rapid urbanization in India, start-ups culture, arrival of MNCs, positive signs by investors and of course, boundless client advantages offered by business centers or co-working spaces. Co-working spaces are just the extension of business centers which are in use since 1995. Business profitability will be commanded by extra services offered via successful integration of business requirements and hospitality services,” states Vineet Taing, President, Vatika Business Center, one of the largest Indian business center providers.
A presence in the central and suburban districts of main cities in India is expected to be established by both international and domestic co-working operators. Owing to the availability of opportunities for start-ups and adequate infrastructure the number is most probable to go up in cities like Mumbai, Bengaluru and Gurgaon.
Blackstone To Spend $650 Million To Own 49% Of Indiabulls Office Rental Business
The world’s largest equity firm, Blackstone Group is all set to buy a 49% stake in the office rental business of Indiabulls Real Estate. Talks are said to be the final stages of this $600-650 million deal, valuing the entire portfolio at around $1.2 billion.
As per the overseas trend, investors are picking up select commercial properties in India. This deal would include Mumbai’s Lower Parel such as One Indiabulls Centre, One Indiabulls Park in Chennai and Indiabulls Finance Centre beside the One 09 building in Gurgaon.
Blackstone which is India’s one of the largest owners of commercial real estate properties is looking to add more assets to its portfolio ahead of a planned real estate investment trust listing. In 2014 it acquired the Express Towers building at Nariman Point.
In 2017, DLF sold a 33.34% stake in commercial rental arm DLF Cyber City Developers to GIC for Rs 8,900 crore. DLF Cyber City has rent-yielding assets of 26.9 million square feet with annual rental income of over Rs 2,500 crore.
According to FY17 annual report at present annual rental income of Indiabulls Real Estate stands at Rs 720 crore with a leasable area of 5 million sq ft. It has more than 200 marquee clients including Morgan Stanley, HSBC, Mondelez, WPP Group, Aditya Birla Financial Services and others.
Indiabulls Real Estate has four other under construction office projects. These will take their annual income to Rs 1,357 crore. Indiabulls is the third-largest real estate company in India by net worth and assets and was founded in 2006.
As per their website on June 30, 2017, the company’s gross development value stands at Rs 32,189 crore and net worth at Rs 5,480 crore. A total saleable area of 33.91 million sq. ft with 15 ongoing projects.
Harish Sharma, CEO, Centrum Real Estate Management Advisory said, “The deal will be positive for Indiabulls as an entry of large institutional investor like Blackstone will definitely add a fillip to its future plans. The deal, if successful, will add further investment interest in Indian commercial assets as large pension and sovereign funds are looking for income generating quality properties.”
From Rs 58.53 crore net profit in the year-ago period, Indiabulls reported a 45.82% rise in consolidated net profit to Rs 85.35 crore in the third quarter ended December. Total revenue from sales rose to Rs 2,164.44 crore from Rs 492.90 crore. Net debt was Rs 4,205 crore at the end of the third quarter.
The world’s biggest alternate asset manager, Blackstone is the largest institutional investor in Indian property worth $2.7 billion. Across 18 operating office parks it owns 31million sq ft through about 20 companies in the key markets of Mumbai, Noida, Bengaluru, and Pune. It also has 11 million sq ft of commercial space under development across the country. These investments are separate from its $6 billion private equity portfolio.
JPMorgan analysts Saurabh Kumar and Deepika Mundra said in a note, “Indiabulls has marquee assets on its balance sheet and pre-sales have been impressive, with the approval issues now largely behind it for key projects.” Shares in Indiabulls Real Estate surged 181% in the past year compared with a 17.6% rise in the benchmark Sensex. It ended at s Rs 217.55, up 1.59%, on Tuesday.
Trump Organization: Launching First Commercial Project In India
Trump Organization is ready to launch its maiden commercial real estate project in India, later this year. India has been the largest market with most number of Trump branded properties outside of North America. The Executive Vice Chairman of the Trump Organization, Donald Trump Jr. said that they will be launching a commercial project in India this year.
The Trump Organization is also keen on forming alliances for hospitality projects in India but will take a decision on this at an “appropriate time”. The first commercial office deal in India by the Trump Organization was brought in 2016, with private equity fund and developer IREO.
Gurgaon’s Golf Course Extension Road will see the high-end 600,000-700,000 sq. ft. commercial project, built by the IREO alongside a retail complex, stated earlier by the developer during the announcement of the tie-up.
The Trump Organization had launched a 1.25 million sq. ft. project in Gurgaon, which is its largest super-luxury residential development in India. Trump Tower brand has marked its entry by the launching of this project into the Delhi-NCR region, as this was the fourth Trump Tower to be launched in India.
Two of the Trump’s exclusive India partner Delhi-based realtor M3M India and Tribeca Developers will develop the Trump Towers Delhi-NCR. According to the Tribeca Developers, they have been able to garner the sales worth Rs 700 crore since the launch of Trump Towers Delhi-NCR project. Which is on its way to become their fastest selling project in India so far. Similarly in Kolkata, they have achieved the sales worth Rs 1100 crore in the last fourth months.
Both the towers will have over 250 units with an average price of Rs 7.5 crore, with the development of over Rs 2,400-crore revenue potential. The February will see the construction of the project, entailing a total expenditure of Rs 1,200 crore, excluding land cost.
In his statement by the Trump, India is becoming more and more attractive for the business entities and the foreign investors. This healthy growth of the real estate market is due to the regulatory changes that the country is going through. The last few years have been instrumental as they have been witnessing some major changes in the Indian real estate sector, hence opening up the country to outside markets.
A raft of reforms including the government’s decision in late 2016 to demonetize high-value currency notes, the Goods & Services Act, implementation of Real Estate (Regulation & Development) Act, 2016, amendment to Benami Transaction Act and now the concept of joining the Aadhar with property transactions is helping in restructuring the sector.
The exclusive India partner of Trump Organization, Tribeca developers is developing branded residential projects in India, spreading over 3 million sq. ft., with a sale value of Rs 4,000 crore. Tribeca also has an additional development pipeline of over 1.5 million sq. ft.
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