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Hyderabad Beats Bengaluru with Highest New Office Supply in FY23

  • Approx 14.94 Mn sq. ft. new office space was infused in Hyderabad in FY23 accounting for 31% total share among top 7 cities while Bengaluru saw new completion of 12.66 Mn sq. ft. with 26% share.
  • NCR was close behind with 8.82 Mn sq. ft. office space infused; MMR saw just 4.18 Mn sq. ft. new office supply completed in FY23 – down 46% from the previous FY.
  • Net absorption was highest in Bengaluru (approx. 9.88 Mn sq. ft.), followed by NCR and Hyderabad with 6.89 Mn sq. ft. & 6.88 Mn sq. ft. respectively.
  • Office vacancy rate in FY23 saw 0.1% Y-o-Y decline, reflecting improved occupancy.
  • Avg. office rentals in top 7 office markets witness 4% yearly jump in FY 23 compared to previous fiscal year.
  • Pune & Bengaluru saw remarkable growth of 10% & 9% respectively in the year, followed by Hyderabad which saw y-o-y gain of 7% in office rentals.

Mumbai, June 05, 2023: FY 2023 has been a mixed bag for the commercial office space market in the top 7 cities, with the first half doing much better than the second. Latest ANAROCK Research data indicates that Hyderabad outshone Bengaluru with the highest new office supply influx in FY 23. 

14.94 Mn sq. ft. new office space was infused into Hyderabad in FY23, accounting for a 31% share of the total supply in the top 7 cities. Office supply completions in the city was 27% higher than in FY 2022. In contrast, Bengaluru saw approx. 12.66 Mn sq. ft. of office supply completions, comprising a 26% share and 13% lower than the previous fiscal.

 NCR was close behind with approx. 8.82 Mn sq. ft. office space completed in FY23 – up by 52% annually. MMR saw a mere 4.18 Mn sq. ft. of new office supply completed in FY23 – down 46% from the previous fiscal year.

 Net office absorption was highest in Bengaluru (approx. 9.88 Mn sq. ft.), followed by NCR and Hyderabad with approx. 6.89 Mn sq. ft. and 6.88 Mn sq. ft. respectively. 

 

Total New Completions (Mn. sq. ft.)

Net Office Absorption (Mn. sq. ft.)

City

FY 2023

FY 2022

FY 2023

FY 2022

NCR

8.82

5.8

6.89

4.5474

MMR

4.18

7.7

5.37

4.9

Bangalore

12.66

14.5

9.88

7.6

Pune

4.15

7.75

3.01

4.9

Hyderabad

14.94

11.8

6.88

7.85

Chennai

3.59

3.55

3.45

2.9

Kolkata

0.32

0.1

0.65

0.76

Total

48.662

51.2

36.114

34.06

Source: ANAROCK Research 

Prashant Thakur, Sr. Director & Head – Research, ANAROCK Group, says, “The robust growth seen in the office real estate market in the first half of FY 2023 was short-lived. The global slowdown in major economies of the world cast a shadow on the Indian office market in the second half. This trend is likely to continue in the near future. Major headwinds including layoffs by corporates and global recessionary trends will continue to mar office space growth in India.” 

“Currently, the Indian economy is stronger than most developed nations, but the future bears watching,” says Thakur. “The currently depressed Indian office market may not improve till the first half of 2024. Many IT/ITeS companies have scaled down their business and are not looking to expand. Office markets across the top 7 cities will thus remain muted in the remaining months of 2023 and early 2024. We expect some stability from the second half of 2024, depending on how the global economy shapes up.” 

Silver Lining – Drop in Vacancy Levels 

Average Grade A office vacancy levels in the top 7 cities witnessed a 0.1% Y-o-Y decline despite layoffs and restricted expansion of companies in the second half – from 16% in FY22 to a marginally better 15.9% in FY23. Pune is the only city where office vacancy hovers in the single digits at 8.3%. Chennai follows with a vacancy rate of 10.27%, while Bengaluru registered a vacancy rate of 11.15% – making these the cities with the lowest office space vacancy among the top 7 cities in the current fiscal year. 

In terms of the average annual vacancy rates in these cities, Hyderabad alone saw a notable increase of 0.5%. The remaining 6 cities experienced a decline in vacancy levels ranging from 0.1% to 0.5%. Among them, the most significant decrease was in MMR, with a drop of 0.5%. Kolkata followed with a decrease of 0.4%, and Pune with a decrease of 0.2%. Bengaluru, Chennai, and NCR each witnessed a modest decline of 0.1% compared to the vacancy levels in FY2021-22. 

Office Rentals see 4% y-o-y Surge 

India’s top 7 office markets witnessed a decent 4% yearly increase in average office rentals. In the fiscal year 2022-23, the average rentals of Grade A office spaces pan India reached INR 79/sf/month – a 4% increase over FY22. This upward trend can be attributed largely to the escalation in input costs. 

Among the top 7 office markets, MMR maintained its position as the most expensive office rental market, with rentals soaring to INR 132/sf/month. Bengaluru followed at INR 85/sf/month, and NCR came third with rentals averaging at INR 82/sf/month. On the other end of the spectrum, Kolkata had the lowest average office rentals in the current fiscal, with INR 54/sf/month. 

Leading the pack with the highest Y-o-Y increase in average office rental values were Pune and Bengaluru, with growth rates of 10% and 9% respectively. Hyderabad came next with a Y-o-Y gain of 7%, and both MMR and NCR saw a 5% increase each. Kolkata witnessed a 4% rise, and Chennai saw a steady 3% growth in average office rentals compared to the preceding financial year.

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