Exploring the Student Housing Universe in India City Insights

Cushman & Wakefield (C&W) in association with the Student Accommodation Providers Forum of India (SAPFI) today released a joint report encapsulating market-driven research and insights on the swiftly evolving Professionally Managed Student Accommodation (PMSA) sector in India.

The report – titled “Exploring the Student Housing Universe in India – City Insights” – focuses on identifying education clusters in the cities of Bengaluru, Delhi-NCR and Pune, the three biggest markets for PMSA operators. The report gauges student accommodation deficits and demand prospects in the three cities and aims to enable PMSA stakeholders identify target student populations. It will help operators approach their growth plans with better clarity on types of accommodation, price sensitivities of the target segment, scale, sizing and amenities to offer, while guiding them to select appropriate locations which could serve as a focal point within the identified clusters.

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The Herald of a New Chapter: Student Accommodation in India

Student Accommodation Provider Association of India (SAPFI) and CBRE released a report encapsulating the present situation and growth expected in the student accommodation category of the Indian real estate industry. According to the report titled “The Herald of a New Chapter: Student Accommodation in India.” the student housing/co living space is expected to witness an addition of around 600,000 additional beds in the next 3-4 years across the country.

The SAPFI-CBRE report was unveiled by Shri Durga Shankar Mishra, Secretary, Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs, Government of India, in presence of Harish Nair, Executive Director, Consulting & Valuations, CBRE, along with Kaushal Mahan, Convener, Student Accommodation Providers of India (SAPFI).

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