Hyd now India's top commercial realty market
Financial Express Mumbai|November 07, 2021
Gross office space demand was highest in city for Q3 2021
RISHI RANJAN KALA

IN A FIRST, Hyderabad surpassed Bengaluru as India’s top commercial real estate (CRE) destination in terms of gross office space demand during the July-September quarter this calendar year, as occupiers focused on large block deals, especially from the BFSI segment and flexible workplace operators.

According to Colliers, after an average performance in Q2 2021, Hyderabad emerged as one of the most resilient cities in terms of demand-supply dynamics.

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