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Godrej Properties sells office space for Rs 1,480 crore

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Godrej Properties on Wednesday announced the sale of 4.35 lakh sq ft in its commercial project at BKC, Mumbai for about Rs 1,480 crore, according to the media reports.

The company did not disclose the name of the buyer.

However the sources said the office space has been purchased by pharma company Abbott India.

In a filing to the BSE, Godrej Properties informed that “the company has entered into a transaction for selling 4,35,000 sq ft of saleable area at its commercial project Godrej BKC in Bandra Kulra Complex (BKC) Mumbai to a single user for a total consideration of Rs 1,479 crore.

“This is the highest ever value for any single end-user commercial real estate transaction in India”.


Godrej BKC is a large high-end commercial real estate project with approximately 1.3 million sq ft of saleable area. Godrej Properties had partnered with Jet Airways to develop this project, which is expected to be completed and ready for occupancy by mid-2016.

“We are very happy to have successfully concluded this large and strategically important deal at our project Godrej BKC. This deal will be an important driver of our plans to unlock capital invested in our commercial portfolio and will hasten the pace of our growth going forward,” Godrej Properties MD & CEO Pirojsha Godrej said.