Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Chennai dominate workplace leasing with 66% share in FY21


In line with a report by Anarock Analysis, the web workplace absorption in FY21 within the high cities was 21.32 million sq ft, of which the three southern cities absorbed round 14.06 million sq ft.

The workplace market in south India has overtaken different areas by way of new provide, internet absorption, and even rental progress. Among the many high seven cities, Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Chennai noticed their share of whole workplace leasing improve to 66% in FY21 (towards 47% in FY18), as per a report by Anarock Analysis. The online workplace absorption in FY21 within the high cities was 21.32 million sq ft, and these three southern cities absorbed round 14.06 million sq ft

In FY18, 31.15 million sq ft of workplace house was leased within the high seven cities. Of this internet absorption, the southern cities collectively accounted for 47%, whereas the western area accounted for 33% and the northern area accounted for 17%. By way of new workplace provide too, the southern cities continued to ramp up their share – from 40% in FY18 to almost 63% in FY21. Of the whole new workplace house completion of 40.25 million sq ft in FY21 throughout the highest seven cities, the southern cities had a 63% share (approx. 25.55 million sq ft). The workplace provide share of the principle western markets shrank to simply 19% in FY21 (from 40% in FY18).

Notably, between FY18 and FY21, workplace leases in every of the southern cities have additionally proven double-digit progress. On this interval, workplace leases within the Nationwide Capital Area (NCR) remained kind of stagnant whereas MMR (Mumbai Metropolitan Area) and Pune noticed a mere 2% and eight% rental progress respectively, the report provides. 

In Bengaluru, common month-to-month workplace leases have been Rs 67 per sq ft in FY18, which elevated to Rs 77 per sq ft in FY21 (up 15%). In Chennai, common month-to-month leases stood at Rs 54 per sq ft in FY18, which rose to Rs 60 per sq ft in FY21 (up 11%). In Hyderabad, common month-to-month workplace leases rose from Rs 51 per sq ft in FY18 to almost Rs 57 per sq ft in FY21 (up 12%). 

A few of the main workplace transactions in FY20-21 within the southern cities embody the Embassy Block 3 rented by BNY Mellon in Outdated Pallavaram and Brigade WTC by Mckinsey on OMR in Chennai. In Bengaluru, the transactions included Status Startech by Ola in Koramangala, Bagmane RIO by Amazon India on ORR, RMZ Ecospace by Intel on ORR and Gold Hill Excelsior Park by Siemens in Digital Metropolis. In Hyderabad, main transactions included Divyasree Orion by Wells Fargo in Gachibowli and Salarpuria Sattva Information Capital rented by Google in Gachibowli. 

“The exceptional progress within the workplace market of those three southern cities when seen towards their western and northern counterparts is immediately attributable to strong demand by the IT/ITeS sector, reasonably priced leases, and the exponential progress of startups domestically over the previous few years. The manufacturing and industrial sectors are additionally driving demand right here,” mentioned Anuj Puri, Chairman, Anarock Group. 


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