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Delhi NCR MarketBeat Reports

Cushman & Wakefield MarketBeat reports analyze quarterly economic and commercial real estate activity including supply, demand and pricing trends at the market and submarket levels.

Learn more by clicking our most recent Delhi NCR MarketBeat reports on the various sectors below.


Office Buildings CBD
Delhi NCR Office Report

Delhi NCR office market witnessed gross leasing volume (GLV) of 2.93 MSF in Q1 2024, in line with the same period last year. Flexible workspaces led the first quarter’s demand with a 23% share. NCR recorded quarterly net absorption of 1.45 MSF, an 18% increase from the same period last year. A new supply of 2.8 MSF in Q1, in line with the new supply seen in Q4 2023, maintained a 5-quarter high volume. Gurugram led demand within NCR with a 73% share in prime sub-markets like Cybercity and NH-8 Prime, cumulatively representing 46% of overall GLV. The majority of supply addition was secured by Noida, with a 63% share across the Expressway region. The city saw rents increase by almost 2% q-o-q. 


Shopping Retail
Delhi NCR Retail Report

Leasing volume in Delhi NCR saw a 28% decline in Q1-24 compared to same period last year. Fashion segment was a key driver of demand (~41% share). Delhi NCT (national capital territory) emerged as the primary market for main street leasing, capturing 69% share. Mall vacancy rate in Delhi NCR stood at 15.6% during Q1 2024. However, for the current year, we anticipate about 1.0 MSF of new mall supply that could help absorption volumes improve significantly. Mall rentals in Delhi NCR remained largely stable during the quarter while prime main streets witnessed rental growth on y-o-y basis.

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Warehouse Internal Rack
Delhi NCR Residential Report

With 3,614 unit launches, Delhi’s residential launches were 62% higher than the eight quarter average. Gurugram dominated residential supply (44%) followed by Noida (42%). High-End & luxury segment captured an impressive 61% share, mainly concentrated in Gurugram while the mid segment accounted for 26% of the quarterly supply. Both capital values and rentals recorded a 1%–2% growth on a quarterly basis.

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Warehouse Internal Rack
Delhi NCR Industrial Report

Warehouse leasing in Delhi NCR has declined by 57% on a yearly basis attributed to limited execution of large deals in 2023. Warehousing demand dropped by 52% with engineering and manufacturing sector accounting for 56% of warehouse leasing for the year. Industrial leasing activity for 2023 witnessed a 8% dip from a good year of 2022, but was higher than last 5 year average. The industrial demand in the second half was entirely concentrated in Gurgaon, primarily Manesar (42%). Quoted rentals increased by 5-10% in NCR and quoted land values increased by 12-17% attributed to major land deals closed in 2023. The other submarkets of NCR grew by 5 – 15% on an annual basis.


Warehouse Internal Rack
India Investment Report

The investment activity recorded in Q2 was INR 158.5 bn (USD 1.92 Bn) which was 63% higher than the previous quarter’s activity and 60% higher than the activity recorded in Q2-22.



India Office Market Report
Research • Workplace

India Office Market Report

Pan India leasing volumes remained strong in Q1 2024, crossing the 20 MSF mark for the third time in the post Covid period. A gross leasing of over 20 MSF for two consecutive quarters is a significant record for the office real estate market, suggesting that activity in India is moving on a higher plane. 
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Five Fast City Facts Bengaluru Q1 2024

What You Need to Know in Today's Bengaluru Commercial Real Estate (CRE) Market.
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Five Fast Office Facts Pune Q1 2024

What You Need to Know in Today's Pune Commercial Real Estate (CRE) Market.


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