The report mentioned that know-how corporates drove leasing with a share of about 34%, adopted by BFSI companies (17%), versatile house operators (13%), engineering & manufacturing (12%) and analysis, consulting & analytics (11%) companies.
The report additional highlighted that workplace house take-up was pushed by small- (lower than 10,000 sq. ft) to medium-sized (10,000-50,000 sq. ft.) transactions with a share of round 84%. Pune and Chennai, adopted by Delhi-NCR and Bangalore, dominated large-sized deal closures.
Provide witnessed in Q1 2022 was round 9.4 million sq. ft. – a slight dip of round 11% Y-o-Y and 41% Q-o-Q. Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai dominated growth completions, accounting for a cumulative share of about 70%. Provide was pushed by non-SEZ developments with a share of round 83%.
“With the federal government’s evolving COVID-19 protocols and the restoration in workplace leasing in 2021, we anticipate the constructive momentum to additional strengthen in 2022. We proceed to witness a pickup in long-term decision-making by occupiers, aided by ‘return-to-work’ methods, thereby accelerating venture completions,” mentioned Anshuman Journal, Chairman & CEO – India, South-East Asia, Center East & Africa, CBRE.
Renewals, renegotiations, and the addition of flexibility choices are prone to be the main target of occupiers within the quick time period. CBRE expects to see clearer proof rising in any corporates’ supposed to shift in the direction of hybrid working insurance policies, with a number of occupiers planning to implement insurance policies permitting office-based working with the choice of working remotely.
With an elevated concentrate on wellness, consumer expertise and sustainability, occupiers are anticipated to demand extra subtle and tech-enhanced actual property choices.
“As financial restoration continues to realize momentum, we anticipate the rise in leasing exercise to deliver a brand new concentrate on large-sized and high-quality buildings by builders to distinguish their property and appeal to occupiers,” mentioned Ram Chandnani, Managing Director, Advisory & Transactions Companies, CBRE India.
“We additionally anticipate giant institutional gamers to proceed with greenfield investments through JVs / partnerships / platforms or brownfield investments through REITs, which in flip would additionally enhance the upcoming provide within the coming years,” he added.
Provide would proceed to be dominated by Bangalore, Hyderabad and Delhi-NCR, which might drive near 70% of the completions in 2022. SEZ provide would principally be led by Hyderabad and Delhi-NCR, whereas non-SEZ provide could be led by Bangalore, adopted by Delhi-NCR and Hyderabad.