• Mumbai, the Economic and Commercial Capital of India, is home to millions of investors who are ardently on the lookout for properties, big and small. Mumbai, the “city of dreams” has a huge elite class who desire to own commercial or residential properties in the prestigious locations like Parel, Mumbai Central, Nariman Point, Worli & Malabar hills

    Undoubtedly, Mumbai Suburbs are the most lucrative real estate investment destination for both, Residential & Commercial Properties. It is positively prospering at a faster pace with rapid development of infrastructural facilities and amplifying property rates. Locations like Malad, Andheri, Mira Road & Virar are the main hubs to experience this surge.


    Iconic locations of Central Mumbai - Thane, Kurla, Kalyan, Vikroli have experienced a complete make-over in the real estate growth segment due to their vital location and good connectivity by rail and road. New locations like Ghodbunder Road, Pokhran Road and Majiwada, among others, are emerging as new hubs of further development.


    Developing aggressively, Navi Mumbai is rightly considered as “The largest planned Township in India”. It’s an attractive realty hub for both residential and commercial projects with an array of modern residential conclaves, shopping malls, IT Parks and SEZs. Locations like Vashi, Kharghar, Sanpada & Palm beach are now giving Mumbai – a steep competition over fresh investments.


    Second home in scenic locations like Goa, Lonavala, Karjat, Talegaon serve many purposes for the affluent Indians – it is a spacious retreat to unwind after a busy week in the city; It is a peaceful abode to spend their post-retirement days; it also serves as a second earning source through rental revenue.


    A standalone economic powerhouse in all respects, Pune has emerged as the most sought after realty hub for both second homes & commercial properties. Areas like Hinjawadi, Pimpri, Undri and Ambegaon are developing fast & boasting of projects to suit all pockets and tastes.


    Nashik, the “Wine City” of India forms third end of the Golden Triangle with Mumbai and Pune. Its emergence as a leading real-estate investment destination is evident from rising prices in areas like Gangapur and College Road where rates have gone up to sorely.


    In the past few years, Gujarat has transformed into an urban landscape of international standards. The state has experienced massive industrial growth coupled with a high rate of overall development. Expansion of the Gujarat Municipal Corporation limits, better connectivity and robust development of other basic infrastructural utilities have boosted the real estate market of Gujarat. Ahmedabad with its education hub & IT/ITeS & Retail influx is leading the realty surge in Gujarat. Surat, with its international diamond trading hub & superior connectivity with Mumbai and Delhi is second in the lead while Vadodara, Gujarat’s third-largest city is another preferred emerging property investment destination.


    Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad and Kochi have emerged as vital hubs in the South Indian real estate markets. While the growing IT sector is the main reason behind the real estate boom in these cities, a rapidly strengthening industrial base is further augmenting the demand. Bangalore: The Silicon Valley of India has gradually become the latest real estate magnet of the country.


    Delhi – India’s capital and the commercial heart of North India is the prime center of operation for several industries. Developed like an International city, Delhi offers extravagant infrastructure, efficient transport system, enhanced connectivity and improved quality of life. Connaught Place and Karol Bagh are the commercial hubs while extended Dwarka, Rohini and Narela are the developing commercial and residential centers being designed with uninterrupted power, water and wi-fi connectivity.


    Gurgaon The new shining star in the real estate space, Gurgaon, is one of India's fastest-growing districts. With a good mix of IT and corporate occupiers, it is now attracting all the major names from realty and construction industry. With equal demands in the residential & futuristic commercial properties, Gurgaon’s Golf Course Road and Sohna Road, is set to emerge as the next axis of industrial and commercial development.


    Noida Satellite to India’s capital, Noida is emerging as one of the largest industrial and education hubs of India. With better infrastructure facilities, direct metro connection to Delhi and the Express Highway, Noida is boosting commercial, residential & retail units simultaneously.


    Chandigarh, ‘The City Beautiful’ is a unique combination of urbanization and natural preservation. Recently termed as the cleanest city of India, Chandigarh has emerged as the most potential realty market with well-planned infrastructure, strategic location and upcoming large scale developments. The demand for residential and commercial properties has touched sky in the city. Interestingly, Chandigarh still retains the essence and tranquility of a small city while being equipped with big malls, shopping complex, multiplex, IT parks, Modern theaters, ITES companies and much more.


    Indians prefer buying property instead of renting it. India’s migration history is one of the world’s most diverse and complex. Right from the 19th century, ethnic Indians have migrated to every continent including the islands in the Caribbean, the Pacific and Indian Oceans. In 2011-12, India was ranked as the largest contributor of permanent migration to Australia amounting to 15.7% of the total migration program. In 2010 Indians were among the highest numbers of immigrants who moved to popular cities like Vancouver, Toronto and Calgary in Canada. Indians also form third largest Asian Population in USA out of which almost one-third reside in California & New Jersey. As of 2011, the Indian population of Greater London was 542,857 or 6.6% of the entire population.

    In every place they settled, Indians acquired considerable real estate assets. Today, Indians are the prime foreign property owners in Dubai. Indians in UK have been found to be the most prosperous among all minority groups and are among the top property investors in London. International exhibitors from our last show received fabulous response and connected with target customers who were looking for their dream homes and second homes during the exhibition.


    Jaipur, the pink city of India, with its sweeping IT wave and grand connectivity via road, rail & air is now in spotlight as the rising star in real estate. This hot tourist destination is now the second-fastest group town in India, after Bangalore. Areas like Rohini Nagar, Ajmer Road, Tonk Road, Malviya Nagar are fast emerging as the most preferred commercial and residential areas in Jaipur.


    Lucknow, known for its royal splendor and rich cultural heritage, is now fast evolving as a mecca for modern real estate with boom in both residential and commercial real estate. The city has witnessed highest growth rate in per capita GDP among similar cities in the country. The current boom in the real estate is clearly visible from substantial price rise. The residential and commercial development in the city is spreading out to newer emerging growth centers like Gomti Nagar, Janakipuram, Mahanagar and suburbs.


Project name

J.W Marriott, Mumbai


Project name

The Lalit, New Delhi