Office properties grab lion's share of realty's $2.31 bn PE investments

Delhi-NCR came a distant second, mopping up $2.8 billion in 15 deals
Indian real estate attracted private equity investments of $2.31 billion, across 11 deals in Year to Date (YTD) 2020 (January 1–September 30). 

Of the total PE investments in real estate, the office segment attracted the largest share of $1.87 billion, claiming 81 per cent share, followed by warehousing at 10 per cent and residential with 9 per cent, according to a latest report by Knight Frank India.

In the 10 years to September 2020, Mumbai took almost a third of all PE investments in office properties ($5.02 billion out of a total $15.44 billion), in 19 deals of 78. Delhi-NCR came a distant second, mopping up $2.8 billion in 15 deals.


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