MUMBAI, APRIL 25

MUMBAI, APRIL 25

New business models and competition, extensive use of technology, and changing tenant and investor expectations are redefining commercial real estate in India today. As investors increasingly favour newer business models and the tech-enabled ecosystem, companies in the commercial real estate industry will have to realign business priorities and adapt to new demands. Foreign and domestic companies continue to steadily invest in India’s business-friendly investment climate by committing to large office spaces nationwide.


The sector is likely to remain robust in 2019 with sectors such as technology, industrial, manufacturing, and finance driving innovative office space growth. And indeed the places we live, work and play in are changing rapidly.

GRI Offices & Parks India 2019 is where asset owners, investors, major corporates and planners connect, share ideas, strengthen relationships.


Join them as they discuss, How will policy reforms affect the sector further? Are multiple themes likely to drive the leasing scenario? Is the focus largely on suburban micro markets? Is the rental growth expected to surge? What really is the true differentiator?


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