DLF appears to monetize Rs 3,000cr office space

BENGALURU: India’s biggest real estate developer DLF has explored option to monetize a few profitable assets worth approximately $500 million or Rs 3,000 crore

BENGALURU: India’s biggest real estate developer DLF has explored option to monetize a few profitable assets worth approximately $500 million or Rs 3,000 crore, with a clutch of worldwide shareholders to relieve concerns about the company’s fund-raising suppleness in the face of a regulator ban, numerous sources frankly conscious of the matter said.
GIC of Singapore, Blackstone as well as IT park developer Ascends are amid the savers who were approach as possible suitors for a few of DLF’s tenanted offices. Though, sources concerns that deliberations were tentative while the developer is fighting a Sebi ban on raising funds as of Indian capital marketplaces for three years.
DLF has a rent-yielding workplace portfolio of approximately 30 million sqft spread crossways cities, making it the country’s largest landholder of commercial assets. The Gurgaon-based Corporation could offload measurement of its portfolio, outer the National Capital area, to savers who are partial to buying Indian office building, resources added.
“DLF is exploring assorted selections to increase self-assurance of their investors as well as bankers. The preliminary moves to monetize a few marketable assets might be part of this work out. The talks depend on the development of their plea against the regulator ban,” alleged a saver who did not aspiration to be named as converses are private.
In return to an e-mail inquiry from TOI, a DLF spokesperson replied through a text-message that read, “Your report is totally tentative as well as a company policy we do not comment on market speculation.”
Sources alleged DLF was exploring the prospect of hiving off leased as well as under growth IT parks positioned in South India. The corporation has big outfitted office campuses in Chennai as well as Hyderabad toting up to more than 5-million sqft. In Pune, DLF previously sold one of its IT parks to Blackstone for Rs 800 crore some years ago, whereas a different IT campus is under progress.
In accordance with DLF’s 2014 yearly statement, the company’s lease portfolio of office as well as retail space stood at 29.4 million sqft that yielded proceeds of Rs 1,950 crore.
In October, Sebi barred DLF as well as its top directors as of accessing the capital souks for three years, as the controller claims that the corporation curbed information throughout its community float seven years ago, amongst other problems. DLF is contesting the forbid order with the Securities Appellate Tribunal, the hearing for which is in progress. From March recernt year, DLF had exact arrears of Rs 18,526 crore as contrasted to Rs 21,731 crore in the equivalent stage a year ago.

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