Delhi, the capital of India, has been the real hotspot in the real estate industry in the country. In recent years, Delhi property market is growing at a phenomenal rate due to great improvement in the transport system, expansion plan of 65 km- long Delhi Metro Rail and the commencement of 2010 Commonwealth Games in the capital. A real estate consultancy has rated recently New Delhi as the 16th most expensive real estate market of the world and the costliest retail destination in India. The demand for real estate development is expected to remain robust across Delhi property market due to huge demand from IT/ITES sector.
Residential Real Estate:
Delhi residential real estate market segment is growing exponentially because of huge demand for housing from IT/ITES and foreign diplomats. South Delhi is the most happening residential place in Delhi property market and the rental values of residential properties like the flats, villas and duplex houses are extremely at higher end.
Commercial Real Estate:
The leading retail brands in Delhi property estate market has generated huge demand for commercial space in the city because of its large format retailing and burgeoning demand from IT/ITES segment as well.
New Delhi commercial market space is broadly classified into:
• Central Business District – Connaught Place
• Secondary Business District – Nehru Place & Bhikaji Cama Place in South Delhi
• Peripheral Business District – Jasola, Saket & Noida.
Thus, Delhi is a preferred place for investors worldwide and the city is a significant destination for leading MNCs, IT/ITES companies and corporate pouring lot of investments that in turn creating a hue demand for commercial real estate space in Delhi property market.
According to industry survey, Delhi Real Estate is considered to touch greater heights in the hospitality sector with 27 new hotels and serviced apartments with more than 4900 rooms in the next 3-4 years. And, the other interesting and fascination information is that Delhi Property is expected to touch minimum hundred shopping malls by end of 2010 due to burgeoning retail space demand in Delhi real estate market.