In the biggest realty deal in the country this year, DLF Monday announced sale of 17 acres of prime land in Mumbai to Lodha Developers for Rs 2,700 crore, almost four times higher than the price it had paid in 2005.
The Macquarie SBI Infrastructure Fund (MSIF) has announced the completion of an investment into Ashoka Concessions Limited (ACL) for $US150 million1 (INR8 billion), along with a co-investor, the SBI Macquarie Infrastructure Trust (SMIT).
DLF on Tuesday, Aug 7, said it expects to close sale of three non-core assets, which will help pare its debt by about 5,000 crore, by the end of the current fiscal.
Shares in DLF, India’s biggest real estate developer, traded higher in-line with the broader BSE realty index Tuesday, Aug 7, morning. At 11 a.m., the stock traded 1.3 per cent higher at Rs 214 on the BSE. The shares, up 15.4 per cent this year, are lagging a near-21 percent gain in the real estate index.
Fitch Ratings says in a new report that the Rating Outlook for the Indian real estate sector continues to be Negative for H212, due to persistent sluggish demand, high construction costs and liquidity pressures.
Kumar Urban Development Limited (KUL) has launched a series of shops at different locationsof Pune at an investment of about over Rs 250 crores.
DLF is in advanced stages of negotiation with Lodha Developers to sell its prime land in Mumbai for about Rs 2,700 crore and a deal is expected to be finalised shortly.
Red Fort Capital Advisors, a real estate private equity fund that manages more than $1 billion of Indian assets, plans to raise $500 million next year to invest in homes and offices in Asia’s third-largest economy.