Keppel Land reveals first Indian investment

Keppel Land, the property subsidiary of Singaporean conglomerate Keppel Corporation, is in a partnership to develop its first commercial property in India.

The group has acquired a well-located 3.09ha site from Metro Cash & Carry India in Yeshwanthpur through a majority 51:49 joint venture with Indian property developer Puravankara.

The total consideration of INR 4.05 billion (US$81 million) includes the cost of $16 million for the construction of a 160,000sqft retail/office complex. The total development cost, including the land, is $207.4 million.

Yeshwanthpur is 5km northwest of central Bangalore, one of the primary hubs for the technology industry in India. The area is among the largest and fastest-growing office markets in the country.

Photo: Keppel Land’s Beijing Development


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