Tag: Hotel Projects

Unitech sounds out PEs to sell hotel properties

Unitech, the country‚Äôs second-largest listed real estate company, has put on the block all its six hotel projects under construction to reduce its capital expenditure and raise cash to fund its other ongoing projects. The company is in talks with a few private equity investors to sell all its six properties, being constructed at Gurgaon […]

Six Hotel Projects Shelved

A buoyant real estate market last year saw several realty firms foray into the hospitality sector. But with slowdown hitting real estate and choking cashflow, several small realty firms have been forced to put at least half a dozen hotel projects on the block. A developer has put on the block a 200-room hotel project […]

Parsvnath seeks stake sale in projects to control debt

Real estate firm Parsvnath Developers Ltd expects stake dilution in individual projects to help it control its debt and hold margins in a rising interest rate regime, a top official said. The New Delhi-based developer reported a 16% drop in first quarter net profit at 712.9 million rupees. Net sales were also disappointing, up just […]

Lippo To Invest In Asia

Indonesian company Lippo Group declared that it is not discouraged by a slump in Asian property markets and increasing financing costs, and decides to invest ten billion dollar on projects and acquisitions over the next half decade. The group is aiming various kind of projects such as retail, residential, hospital and hotel projects, and also […]

Leading property developers are pulling out of hotel project

Leading property developers are pulling out of proposed deals with hospitality majors, including Royal Orchid Hotels and Ramada Worldwide, as cash flows in the real estate sector are slowing. Realtors are reconsidering plans to go into the hospitality sector.

Real Estate Developers looking for advanced technology to reduce the cost

Mumbai, Apr 28 Real estate developers in India are planning alternative measures to reduce costs of construction by around 15 to 20% owing to the current hike in raw material inputs costs for construction, particularly, cement. Red Fort Capital, in association with Nagarjuna Constructions and DLF, has replaced the use of cement in residential and […]