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  1. 1. WTC: ENSURING HIGHER RETURNS FOR INVESTORS FOCUS: DELHI NCR, THE NEW CAPITAL OF COMMERCEThe exceptional performance of World Trade Centers all over the world have made them not only the most preferred business hub but a lucrative investment The WORLD’S 2 ND LARGEST URBAN AGGLOMERATION WITH Adestination as well. A comprehensive independent analysis by C.H. Johnson Inc. states that WTCs were found to outperform similar buildings in their 22mn POPULATION, Delhi NCR spans 4 states - NCT of Delhi, partsmarkets. The World Trade Center brand attracts higher rents, faster sales, longer leases and higher occupancy. of Haryana, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh The DELHI-MUMBAI-INDUSTRIAL-CORRIDOR, connecting Delhi to Mumbai, and passing through Rajasthan and Gujarat, is slated toGENERATING POSITIVE REAL ESTATE PREMIUMS be HOME TO 60% OF INDIA’S FUTURE URBAN RESIDENTSDue to the high caliber of their international clients, as well as the draw of co-located facilities, WTCs typically achieve premium rental rates and demand. 2.5 TIMES HIGHER PER CAPITA INCOME than the national average,THE WTC BRAND Delhi NCR is the BIGGEST FOREIGN EXCHANGE EARNER IN THEThe high-profile WTC name, along with typically high-image events and large volumes of people who visit WTCs, provides implicit value to tenants. IT/ITES SEGMENT IN INDIA Contributes OVER 34% TO NO. OF ALL JOBS CREATEDLEASING AND OCCUPANCY in the countryWorld Trade Centers, on average, offer higher than market rental rates and lesser vacancy rates than the market. Amsterdam: Average office lease rates WTC: $37.77 psf Market: $35.69 psf TYPICAL OF A MEGACITY, THE CAPITAL IS GROWING ALONG ITS KEY TRANSPORT CORRIDORS • National Highway I, 8 and 24 • Eastern peripheral expressway (KMP) • Western peripheral expressway (KGP) • Yamuna Expressway Boston: Seoul: Average office lease rates Average office occupancy Average office occupancy Average office lease rates WTC: $45 psf WTC: 98 percent WTC: 100 percent WTC: $69.58 psf Market: $33.75 psf Market: 89.2 percent Market: 94.3 percent Market: $56.61 psf % Difference: 9.9% % Difference: 5.7% Sao Paulo: Average office occupancy San Marino: WTC: 96 percent Market: 85 percent Average office lease rates WTC: $29.74 psf % Difference: 12.9% Mumbai: URBANISED NCR ACCOUNTS FOR 50% OF THE AREA, YET CONTRIBUTES 80% TO THE REGIONS GDP. EMERGING INDUSTRIAL AND IT HUBS • Hub 1: Greater Gurgaon (Gurgaon/Manesar/Bhiwadi) Market: $22.88 psf Average office lease rates • Hub 2: Yamuna Riverfront (Faridabad/Noida/Gr Noida Key economic regions: WTC: $5 psf Yamuna Expressway) • CBD • Noida + Greater Noida + Yamuna Market: $4.5 psf • Hub 3: NH1 Haryana (Sonipat/Kundli/Karnal) Expressway • Faridabad • Gurgaon Manesar Region Average office lease rates WTC: $46.3 psf Market: $38.28 psf
  2. 2. WORLD TRADE CENTERS:CREATING LANDMARKS OF PROSPERITYAs branded complexes, WTCs are landmarks in the regions that they serve. They are symbols of the internationalconnectedness and competitiveness of a community. As real estate projects, WTCs are high profile developments thatconvey a premier international business address and are highly desirable locations for business tenants to occupy.As economic development platforms, WTCs raise the international profile of a city or region. They represent a globalnetwork of active and planned locations in 330 cities across 100 countries that work to create competitiveadvantage for businesses conducting international trade. Known around the world, for over 73 years, the WorldTrade Center network has built an iconic trade platform that has benefitted hundreds of regions and over a millioninternationally active businesses.Sources: ~ India’s Urban Awakening - Building Inclusive Cities, Sustaining Economic Growth, a report by Mckinsey Global Institute~ The $10 Trillion Prize - Captivating The Newly Affluent In China And India, book by Michael J. Silverstein, Abheek Singhi, Carol Liao, David C. Michael andSimon Targett, published by Harvard Business Review Press ~ China, India Could Be Largest Economies By 2050, a report by PWC ~ Report by Cushman& Wakefield ~ www.wtcaonline.comDisclaimer: The information and statistical data herein have been obtained from sources we believe to be reliable. Such information has not been independentlyverified and we make no representation or warranty as to its accuracy, completeness or correctness. World Trade Center is the registered trade mark of WorldTrade Centers Association, Inc., New York. This is not an offer for membership. All memberships shall be subject to terms and conditions. Services mentionedare only indicative and may differ from center to center. All services are subject to terms and conditions of respective centers. 5D, Plaza M6, District Centre, Jasola, New Delhi 110025, India Ph: +91 11 4080 4080, 4071 4000, Fax: +91 11 4051 5601