Outlook 2023 India
Chennai is expected to
Due to improved demand, net absorption is forecast at 2.15 msf as of end-2022, a three fold increase compared to 2021. Vacancy is expected to increase to around 20.7% in 2023 due to large supply infusions anticipated during the year, despite a ~14% y-o-y increase in net absorption. With sustained supply during
Rents are forecast to grow at an annual rate of 0.5-0.7% between 2022-2025, from INR 83/sft/yr by end 2022 to INR 850/sft/yr by 2025.
South West, Suburban South and Peripheral South markets are likely to remain as prime office locations with enhanced connectivity to the CBD, on completion of Phase 2 of the Chennai metro project.
witness new supply of 12.3 msf during 2023-2024, with the majority of this supply (65%) concentrated in the active submarkets of South West and Peripheral South West. Nearly 23% of the upcoming space (2.77 msf) over the next
two years is pre-committed, mainly by BFSI and IT-BPM majors.
2024, a 2% y-o-y rise in net absorption is projected for 2024 from over 2.45 msf in
2023, largely driven by demand from IT-BPM occupiers.
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