The city of Hyderabad is known for beautiful pearl jewellery and aromatic Dum biryani, and in recent times the IT sector in the Hyderabad. No doubt, the investment in the IT sector has been a boon. For this place has become a hub for many job seekers. The constant encouragement for start-ups by initiatives like V-hub and T-hub has been a source of encouragement to young adults.
In the 1950s when the city started developing, industries such as DRDO, BHEL, HAL, and BEL paved their way for opportunities and expansion. By the 70s though, Pharma and electronic industries were established. However, the 90s experienced a change with a launch of IT industry. It is observed by experts that in the financial year 2023, Hyderabad may surpass Bengaluru in becoming the most preferred city for establishment of various companies.
Firms like Google, Apple, and Amazon have their biggest offices in the city. It is also home to thousands of startups across tech, space and pharmaceuticals. Interestingly, Hyderabad is also the Pharma capital of the country. Brands like Dr. Reddys, Aurobindo, Mankind Pharma Ltd. etc. all have their headquarters here.
The government has constantly undertaken initiatives to expand the city, by giving a boost to both real estate and start-ups. This has contributed to a hand-in-hand growth in development of Hyderabad.
The growth of industries in the city has also sparked interest in the area of development of the commercial estate. Developers are creating larger office spaces for multi-national companies and simultaneously establishing co-working spaces for start-ups, to cater to a large audience base.
According to recent reports on commercial estates, Hyderabad has offered the highest office spaces in India with accordance to 2022-2023. At the end of the quarter, it contributed a whooping 31% share in comparison to the other seven states.
It is also observed that Hyderabad’s real estate witnessed a growth of a massive 19 % growth in sales volume with over 8000+ units being sold in the first quarter of 2023.
Looking at the pace at which Hyderabad is growing, commercial and residential areas are having massive potential to expand especially in the regions that has companies established. At the same time, companies are emphasising on the work from office and hybrid working models. This has also in certain ways fuelled the demand for both commercial and residential real estate in the city.
The global recession has slowed down the growth of many industries across countries. But there’s no denying that the picture for real estate in Hyderabad was different.
An investment in land in Hyderabad, in areas like Medchal or Maheshwaram near the industrial belts of the city, will pay off generously in the future. TMR Green Meadows at Chegunta, 30 minutes away from Medchal and TMR Swiss County at Maheshwaram, mark the perfect investment opportunity for a thriving future.
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