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Warehousing: A big opportunity for embattled realty developers in a subdued market

Warehousing is emerging as the hottest asset class for both real-estate companies and deep-pocketed private-equity firms. But the real chase is for world-class quality at extremely competitive rentals.
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Indospace Logistics Park Luhari on 9 January, 2020 in Haryana, India: courtesy of Muhabit ul haq
Indospace Logistics Park Luhari on 9 January, 2020 in Haryana, India: courtesy of Muhabit ul haq
Many real-estate builders in India are waiting for green shoots to sprout in a somnolent market, but a sharp economic downturn, driven by an acute consumption slowdown, is likely to delay the recovery. Now, a big opportunity may be beckoning the troubled developers from an unlikely quarter — warehousing. Several builders are now setting up warehouses and then renting
Indospace bought a 70 acre park from Orris Infrastructure on the outskirts of Gurugram. More such deals are expected to happen. When it comes to premium warehousing, companies in India still seem to be scratching the surface and over time a lot of the unorganised supply will be phased out. ( Graphics by Sadhana Saxena and Mohammad Arshad)
Many real-estate builders in India are waiting for green shoots to sprout in a somnolent market, but a sharp economic downturn, driven by an acute consumption slowdown, is likely to delay the recovery. Now, a big opportunity may be beckoning the troubled developers from an unlikely quarter — warehousing. Several builders are now setting up warehouses and then renting Indospace bought a 70 acre park from Orris Infrastructure on the outskirts of Gurugram. More such deals are expected to happen. When it comes to premium warehousing, companies in India still seem to be scratching the surface and over time a lot of the unorganised supply will be phased out. ( Graphics by Sadhana Saxena and Mohammad Arshad)

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