Delhi: - Greenest city for real estate in India is Delhi and ranked 63rd globally according to the study of property consultant. The top five green cities in world are London, Washington DC, New York and Paris. The criteria to measure the rank of the cities were well developed public transport networks, urban green space, and a high number of green-rated building. Even it has been noted that India is projected to receive cross border real estate investment of USD 2.5 billion in 2022 and the US, UK, Germany, France and Netherland are set to be the top destination for cross border real estate investment in 2022. The improving pandemic scenario in the country coupled with policy interventions to support growth in realty sector would help in attracting global capital. The country’s commercial real estate sector has strongly global investor interest in segment led by office and warehouse. With best-in-class global participation on capital as well as development front, we expect that the volume and quality of product offerings will see a market scale-up in near future.
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