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April 21, 2023

Co-Working Share Rises To 27%, South Cities Top Demand.

Ritu Srivastava

The real estate industry is constantly evolving and adapting to the changing needs of businesses and individuals. One trend that has gained significant popularity in recent years is the concept of co-working spaces. According to a report by Anarock Property Consultants, the demand for co-working spaces in India has increased by 42% in the first quarter of 2022, as compared to the same period last year.


The report also highlights that the co-working industry has witnessed a rapid transformation in terms of the nature of demand, with large corporates and SMEs now accounting for a significant portion of the demand for co-working spaces. Additionally, the report suggests that the pandemic-induced remote work culture has accelerated the growth of the co-working industry, as more and more people seek out flexible workspaces that offer a blend of privacy and socialization.


The report further states that cities such as Bangalore, Delhi-NCR, and Mumbai continue to be the major markets for co-working spaces in India. However, smaller cities such as Pune, Ahmedabad, and Hyderabad have also witnessed a significant increase in demand for co-working spaces.


Furthermore, the report indicates that the co-working industry is expected to continue to grow at a rapid pace, with the total co-working stock in India projected to reach 85 million sq ft by 2025.


The rise of co-working spaces is a reflection of the changing dynamics of the workplace. With an increasing number of people seeking flexibility and work-life balance, co-working spaces have emerged as a viable alternative to traditional office spaces. The industry has also provided an opportunity for real estate developers to monetize their underutilized spaces, leading to a win-win situation for all stakeholders involved.


In conclusion, the co-working industry in India is growing rapidly and is expected to continue to do so in the coming years. As businesses and individuals seek out flexible workspaces, co-working spaces are likely to become an integral part of the real estate landscape in India.

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