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RMZ Corp and CPP Investments announce commercial real estate development joint venture in India

April 12, 2021 23:30 IST | ANI Press Release
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RMZ One Paramount (Chennai) is among the three sites that form this transaction.

Bangalore (Karnataka) [India], April 12 (ANI/PRNewswire): RMZ Corp, one of Asia's largest privately-owned real estate owners & developers and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board ("CPP Investments") announced today that they have entered into a joint venture to develop and hold commercial office space in Chennai and Hyderabad.

CPP Investments will invest Rs 15,000,000,000 (USD 210 million), which will allow for the expected development of 10.4 million square feet of high-quality commercial office sites.

"RMZ is widely recognized as one of the most innovative and prolific developers in Asia, dedicated to working to the highest standards across all aspects of the real estate equation. The partnership with CPP Investments, a globally respected institutional investor, will only strengthen our vision of achieving our hyper-growth strategy target of RMZ 2.0," said Manoj Menda, Corporate Chairman, RMZ Corp. "The value of the partnership assets, once developed, is estimated to be over USD 1.5 billion".

"RMZ is amongst the only zero-debt real estate companies globally. With equity deals for assets over the last few months, we have ample headroom to achieve our next phase of growth." - Arshdeep Sethi, Managing Director, RMZ Corp.

The three sites that form this transaction - RMZ Nexity (Hyderabad), RMZ Spire (Hyderabad) and RMZ One Paramount (Chennai) - are Grade-A developments and will be examples of the highest-quality commercial space within the cities once completed. Of the 10.4 million square feet included in the transaction, 7.5 million square feet is already under active development with construction of the remaining space due to commence in the coming months.

"As India continues to be a strong source of global talent, demand for collaborative and engaging work space is expected to grow," said Hari Krishna, Managing Director, Real Estate - India, CPP Investments. "Working alongside RMZ Corp, a pioneer in the commercial property industry, this joint venture is well placed to meet the growing demand for high-quality sustainable office assets in Chennai and Hyderabad."

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RMZ Corp and CPP Investments announce commercial real estate development joint venture in India

Bangalore (Karnataka) [India], April 12 (ANI/PRNewswire): RMZ Corp, one of Asia's largest privately-owned real estate owners & developers and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board ("CPP Investments") announced today that they have entered into a joint venture to develop and hold commercial office space in Chennai and Hyderabad.

CPP Investments will invest Rs 15,000,000,000 (USD 210 million), which will allow for the expected development of 10.4 million square feet of high-quality commercial office sites.

"RMZ is widely recognized as one of the most innovative and prolific developers in Asia, dedicated to working to the highest standards across all aspects of the real estate equation. The partnership with CPP Investments, a globally respected institutional investor, will only strengthen our vision of achieving our hyper-growth strategy target of RMZ 2.0," said Manoj Menda, Corporate Chairman, RMZ Corp. "The value of the partnership assets, once developed, is estimated to be over USD 1.5 billion".

"RMZ is amongst the only zero-debt real estate companies globally. With equity deals for assets over the last few months, we have ample headroom to achieve our next phase of growth." - Arshdeep Sethi, Managing Director, RMZ Corp.

The three sites that form this transaction - RMZ Nexity (Hyderabad), RMZ Spire (Hyderabad) and RMZ One Paramount (Chennai) - are Grade-A developments and will be examples of the highest-quality commercial space within the cities once completed. Of the 10.4 million square feet included in the transaction, 7.5 million square feet is already under active development with construction of the remaining space due to commence in the coming months.

"As India continues to be a strong source of global talent, demand for collaborative and engaging work space is expected to grow," said Hari Krishna, Managing Director, Real Estate - India, CPP Investments. "Working alongside RMZ Corp, a pioneer in the commercial property industry, this joint venture is well placed to meet the growing demand for high-quality sustainable office assets in Chennai and Hyderabad."

This story is provided by PRNewswire. ANI will not be responsible in any way for the content of this article. (ANI/PRNewswire)

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