DLF to invest Rs 500 crore on growing IT parks in Chennai

NEW DELHI: Realty’s most important DLF will invest about Rs 500 crore to develop an IT Park in Chennai as the economic real estate market has picked up in most towns.

The largest realty company has exhausted its industrial area inventory by leasing over 32 million square feet. It expects to earn about Rs 2 seven-hundred crore in rental earnings in the modern-day economy from its portfolio. Our Cyber Park in Chennai is leased to excessive first-class tenants. We’ve started production of approximately 1.6 million sq. toes and could carry the excellent tenant and worker revel in Chennai,” DLF CEO (apartment Enterprise) Sriram Khattar informed PTI.

The business enterprise has an IT SEZ in Chennai, comprising a total area of five 7 million square feet.

“about four lakh square feet of space has been pre-leased,” Khattar said, including that two towers out of 3 might be completed via the center of the subsequent year.

The development work is being finished using the Malaysian firm Eversendai. IT Park might have a sports, leisure, and F&B hub within the important pavilion. DLF had the final 12 months to begin creating an office in Gurgaon comprising over 2 million square feet at a fee of about Rs 900 crore.

In contrast to the housing zone with a slow income, the leasing of workplace space has picked up within the seven largest cities in the United States of America.

DLF said that the current uptick in leases maintains the office marketplace, but new leasing momentum has been impacted as it has nil stock at most places.

“The company is following an approach to combination leasing in favor of ‘higher cost’, huge and high credit score customers,” the enterprise said in a presentation.

DLF had introduced in October closing yr that its promoters might sell forty consistent with cent stake in the condominium arm DLF Cyber Metropolis Builders Ltd (DCCDL).

The enterprise has shortlisted a few capacity buyers to promote the promoters’ stake in DCCDL and expects the proposed deal, estimated at Rs 12,000 crore, to be signed in early October.

Promoters might be reinvesting a sizable part of the amount realized from this deal into DLF Ltd.

Earlier, resources said Blackstone, Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund GIC, and Abu Dhabi Funding Authority are shortlisted investors.

“We acquired a couple of bids from sovereign budget and global non-public equity firms. We’ve got a shortlist of a few,” DLF Senior Executive Director (Finance) Saurabh Chawla has said lately.

“By way of the give up of September or early October, we should be capable of guiding the marketplace about the result of this transaction,” Chawla had stated.

DLF posted a fold leap in net income to Rs 261.42 crore for the area that ended June from Rs 125.87 crore 12 months ago. Profits from operations fell 22 cents to Rs 1,867. Forty-six crores are inside the first sector of the modern-day monetary system, as against Rs 2,388. Seventy-two crore within the year-in the past length.

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