ALL ABOUT TRADITIONAL OFFICE SPACE OPTIONS IN DELHI AND NCR
Delhi is one of the most desirable business locations in the world. There are now thousands of head offices and regionals offices based in the city, with small enterprises and multinationals alike setting up their HQs. If you are looking to get a sense of what kind of various office space options are available for anyone looking for a conventional medium to long term lease in Delhi and NCR area, this will give you a good head start. Read about various kinds of spaces, overview of what you can expect to pay, popular locations for various industry types etc….
Most of what we see as commercial Office Space in Delhi has been developed by the Delhi development authority (DDA) before 1985 and by and large most structures now seem a bit obsolete, however, things changed after early 90’s economic reforms and a large part of commercial developments thereafter have been developed in collaboration with builders by DDA or solely done by a private builders in Delhi. All properties by DDA are lease hold status, however, the option of getting your property to a free hold status is now open for many locations across Delhi. Businesses usually prefer leasing an office space in Delhi over buying because most properties being lease hold status with high capital values and also a disparity between circle and market value of properties.
Office Space in Local Shopping Complexes set up by DDA:
Local Shopping Complexes “LSCs” are small commercial hubs created by DDA soon after the formation in early 1960’s, typically built up on a land parcel between 1 acre and 5 Acres, to cater to daily needs of local residents of a community. LSC’s offer lockable shops and office spaces for small and medium business enterprises ranging between 100 sq ft to 2000 sq ft. Office spaces in these old old LSC buildings are highly efficient space wise, almost almost 90%. However on the flip side, this is done at the cost of amenities like huge lifts and other circulation areas. Maintenance is paid to the local civic body or the private agency/developer and is usually very cheap (usually between Rs 2-7/sq ft). Currently there are a total of around 150 different local shopping complexes set up across the city of Delhi. Some of the known and highly priced LSC’s that are giving good returns to investors include Vasant Kunj C & D block, GK 2 Masji Moth complex, Aurobindo Place, Ashok Vihar, Malcha Market, Defence Colony, Gulmohar Park, Sundar Nagar. Depending on location, the prices for commercial office space and retail spaces in LSC’s could vary between 10000/sq ft to around 80,000/sq ft. Rentals for office spaces vary between Rs 30/sq ft to 400/sq ft depending on location. Buildings in LSC’s are typically ground + 3/4 storied structures, most buildings don’t offer any lifts/elevators, central air conditioning, power backup. Power back up could be available in some cases depending on how well the building is maintained. These LSC’s work great for businesses that are looking for office space in a legal commercial buildings with basic infrastructure including I.T, telephony and utilities at reasonable cost and where they can carry out their business without getting worried about any problem from civic authorities/registration authorities etc. Typical office space occupiers are, boutique retailers, SMEs, Consultancies, courier services, travel agents, Chartered Accountants and Advocates.
(LSC in the posh Sundar Nagar area in Lutyens Delhi)
Office Space in Shopping/Community Centers set up by DDA:
Community centers are little bigger than LSC and offer scope for a bigger range of economic activities for residents and investors. Built on around 10-20 Acres, apart for retail and office spaces, these shopping centers typically also offer space for small landscaped garden, plot for cinema, kiosks for retailers etc. Community centers offer lockable retail shops and offices spaces for small and medium business enterprises ranging between 100 sq ft to 4000 sq ft contiguous space. Maintenance is paid to the local civic body or a private agency and is usually very cheap (usually between Rs 2-7/sq ft). Currently there are a total of around 40 different local shopping complexes set up across the city of Delhi. Some of the known and highly priced shopping centers that are giving good returns to investors include Vasant Vihar, Saket Anupam complex, Green Park uphaar cinema market, Mangalam Place M2K cinema in Rohini. Depending on location the prices for commercial office space and retail spaces in shopping centers start from as low as 10000/sq ft to around 50000/sq ft. Rentals for office space in a community center hover between Rs 30/sq ft to 150/sq ft from location to location. Efficiency of an office space in a DDA community center is around 85-90%. Again, most office space buildings in shopping centers offer 80-90% efficiency but are lacking facilities like elevators/power back up and central air conditioning. Usually an open parking lot run by the local civic body is available for office occupiers at fairly competitive rates.
Office Space in District Centers set up by DDA:
Setting up of district centers in early 70\’s was the one of the first big leaps taken by DDA in order to provide quality commercial office space to corporate and retail investors in Delhi who wanted to relatively bigger spaces (for that time) with amenities like high speed elevators, central air conditioning (only a few buildings offer this though) power back up, covered parking etc. District centers offered Delhi businesses with a true destination with an international vibe, that had modern high rise buildings with relatively bigger floor plates and high speed elevators for mobility, retail plazas and courts, sprawling 5 star hotels, water bodies etc. Commercial district centers are usually set up on land parcels in access of 35 Acres and can be as big as 60 Acres in expanse. There are currently 12 District centers, including the central business district of Connaught place, set up in all different zones in Delhi. Some of the most notable district centers that are providing descent rental yields to property owners are are Bhikaji Cama place, Saket, Nehru Place, Rajendra Place, Janakpuri etc.Â Depending on location the prices for commercial office space and retail spaces in shopping centers start from as low as 10000/sq ft to around 40000/sq ft. Office space rentals in district centers are between Rs 40/sq ft to 250/sq ft. Big office space occupiers in these are banks, government offices, PSU\’s other than corporate. District centers are mostly occupied by large govt PSU\’s, corporate houses in automobile, oil and gas, telecom, energy, life style, logistics, pharma etc.
Office Space on High street locations in Delhi:
Other than specially earmarked LSC/district centers/CBD, there are many road stretches across Delhi which have been notified as commercial streets with a typical FAR of 2.25% and a certain height restriction on built up. These commercially notified buildings usually offer amenities like central air conditioning, power back (not in all cases) high speed elevators and limited parking space on the porch in front. Most of these corridors are along wide roads and metro connected areas. Some of the popular high streets for office space in Delhi include, the Ring road, Bhishma Pitamah road, Dron Marg, Vikas marg, Pusa road.Â Depending on location the prices for commercial office space and retail spaces in shopping centers start from as low as 15000/sq ft to around 50000/sq ft. Â Rentals of such locations are heavily swayed by factors like the frontage of the building (branding opportunity), niche, traffic and parking facilities. Usually parking is bit of challenge in such locations, however work great for businesses that need to show a strong brand presence and want to give easy access to its customers. Rents to could vary from 70/sq ft to 200/sq ft. Premise maintenance for a well maintained building is around Rs 10-15/sq ft. Other than the commercially notified streets, office spaces are also available on other roads, however with some restriction to certain business types. Most occupants are businesses that demand good visibility like banking, insurance, education, high end retail etc.
Office Space in Modern district centers and Independent Buildings:
There are sporadic commercial centers and independent commercial office space buildings throughout Delhi which more or less have the same area an layout as a district center however, constructed/developed by private developers and offer great flexibility in terms of amenities and large contiguous floor plates to accommodate bigger space needs. District centers of Jasola, Saket, Netaji Subhash place, Aerocity are some of the few of the commercial centers that have emerged lately. These buildings typically have high floor to ceiling height, large windows panes and a cool industrial feel to them. Some of the notable independent commercial office space buildings in Delhi area are Capital court, Capital point, DLF towers in Sansad Marg and Moti Nagar, Konnectus, The Parsvnath 27, HT house, Ambiance Tower, Redfort Capital, Videocon Tower Vasant Square, Erose Corporate tower, IFCI tower, Worldmark, Bharti Crescent, NBCC towers in Kidwai Nagar etc. All such premises offer central air conditioning, 24 hour power back up up, covered parking, state of art fire fighting set up, surveillance cameras, wi fi connectivity, high speed elevators and escalators for swift mobility, 24 hour manned security etc. Depending on the location, prices for commercial office space and retail spaces in modern commercial buildings start from as low as 10000/sq ft to around 100000/sq ft. Rentals hover between Rs 50/sq ft to 1000/sq ft from location to location. Space efficiency in such buildings could be as low as 50% in few cases however a broad average is around 65%. Maintenance charge is typically pegged around 20-25/sq ft for most buildings. This includes common area cleaning, chiller cost and maintenance, security and surveillance, power back up. Parking charges are between Rs 1500 – 7000/car/month depending on location to location. Typical clientele/tenant profile in modern buildings in Delhi is Banking/Financial institutions, profitable PSU\’s, Oil and metal exploration, defense, large corporate houses in Banking/Financial institutions, profitable PSU\’s, Oil and metal exploration, defense, big consulting firms that are looking for large floor plates to consolidate their operations as well as need an international work environment.
Office Space in institutional area of Delhi:
There are many institutional zones across Delhi which are proposed in Delhi master plan for government institutions, private socio cultural institutes and these institutions can sublet certain part of their total FSI depending on direction from the custodian of the land (DDA OR L&DO). An institutional area can be as small as around 100 Acres to as big as about 500 Acres having plots sizes ranging from 250 sq yd to as big as 5 Acres with 2.25% FSI. At the moment such institutions can let 25% of their built up space to certain business types (NGO\’s, UN bodies, financial institutions, PSU\’s). The landlord usually prefers a tenant from similar work field as the institution itself. Check out the latest DDA notification for specific details.
Some of the institutional locations like Chanakyapuri and Qutab Institutional area in Delhi are highly sought after due to lush green and well maintained surroundings, light traffic, excellent work environment and limited availability of office space. Most buildings in institutional areas are fairly well maintained, have provision for limited parking within the premise as well as around the building periphery. Some of the popular institutional locations for office space in Delhi include Vasant Kunj, Khel Gaon, Chanakyapuri, Janakpuri, Qutab Institutional area, Pusa institutional area, Tugalakabad, Lodhi area, Rohini etc. Rentals range between 50/sq ft to 350/sq ft for institutional spaces. One should always check if the landlord has necessary approvals in place from land custodian in order to sub let the offered premise.
Industrial Office Spaces in Delhi.
Delhi offers many locations for businesses looking for industrial office spaces near manufacturing hubs, warehousing hubs, near expressways, rail links and airports. There are a total of 28 industrial areas which are governed and administered by DSIDC. Most industrial estates in Delhi are now of non polluting nature barring a few in the suburbs towards north Delhi. Typical structures is basement ground, first and second floor with a 2.25% FSI. Some of the most popular industrial areas which offer good office space alternatives in Delhi inculde, Okhla, Naraina, Patpatgunj and Azadpur industrial area. Industrial areas offer quite competitive rentals since the capital value is also fairly low, usual range is around 20-60/sq ft, however can be higher for a few extremely well maintained assets at certain locations that allow non pollutant industries. .
Bigger IT/ITES and SEZ Office Space options in Delhi
Delhi state itself offers very little when it comes to bigger office spaces which are ideal for multinational companies and large scale IT and IT enabled services industry. Largely because the policy makers and governments never took the initiative for it. For many top international firms like GE, microsoft, IBM, Pepsi, etc, Delhi was an ideal destination since its the capital and was already a thriving city, when Indian economy opened its doors to foreign companies after the 1991 reforms. All these companies wanted Delhi to develop IT parks and other office space hubs which would provide workplace of international standard but most of them did not get a very favorable response. So the second best alternative for them was a location closer to Delhi. They approached Haryana Govt which was quick to capitalize on to this opportunity and together with developer DLF they created Gurgaon what is today also referred as the millennium city. And soon after, the other satellite town Noida also started seeing growth.
Most notable area for bigger IT/ITES services in Delhi national capital region is DLF cybercity which was one of the very first office hubs developed by DLF. It spans in over 150 Acres now offers around 15 million sq ft of grade A office space. Many other SEZ’s and IT parks like cybercity have emerged later around various micro markets like Golf Course Road, Sohna road, Udyog Vihar, Manesar, in Gurgaon. Most notable buildings are, DLF downtown, Cyber Green, Cyberpark, Horizon center, DLF tech park etc. Notable areas in Noida for IT park and SEZ’s are sector 62, sector 135, Greater Noida.
Office Space in Coworking/Business Centers in Delhi:
Apart from conventional office spaces where most overheads like office set up cost, maintenance of premise, utilities etc are on tenants head, there are many plug n play set ups available through out Delhi which offer businesses with an office space/desk with fully functioning infrastructure including I.T. and telephone services, utilities etc. The business owner/tenant pays a lump sum monthly rent which includes maintenance of the premise too. They just need to walk in and start working. All heads, utilities, internet, telephony, photocopying, meeting rooms etc are charged extra as per usage or a lump sum pre agreed rental for each one of the items.
These kind of set ups work best for large companies to open up representative/liaison offices for a few months or a couple of years with minimum initial investment so that they can test waters in at a new location before expanding and moving in to a permanent office space. Most of the known business centers of repute are located at big commercial districts in a modern buildings barring a few exceptions. Business centers are an ideal arrangement for such flexi need clients as the tenant gets an office space in modern professionally managed facility with all kind of amenities.
Regus, Avanta and Vatika are a few big names that provide business center facilities with overall good presence across Delhi and NCR region. In our personal opinion, business centers can be a solution for someone’s office space needs however, they are not necessarily the best and cheapest though. These centers are certainly not the best option for entrepreneurs/new set ups who are low on budget unless of course if they are in a line of business where they need to “impress” their clients with a big office environment, a welcoming reception desk, high quality furniture, big conference and lounge areas etc. The arrangement may seem like a good bargain on the face of it, however one needs to tread very cautiously and see the fine print along the whole deal.
Co Working office space / Incubation centers in Delhi:
Co working as the name suggests is all about working in a collaborative environment. The phenomenon which started in the silicon valley in early 2000’s, has disrupted commercial office space markets around the world, Delhi and NCR areas no exception to this. Over the past year alone, over 20 new co working hubs have been established across Delhi and NCR limits taking the total number to well over 100. The concept is quite similar to \”business centers\” which offer plug n play offices to tenants however what makes a \”good\” co working office space worthwhile is its collaborative work culture so to speak, where each individual including the landlord/stakeholders are is helping each other out like they say in IT world “open source”.
These centers are usually open plan office spaces with work stations/desks, sofas, lounges all around with minimum obstruction. One can hire a desk/work station or a cabin depending on their need and pay a fixed monthly rent which includes electricity. Other services like internet, tea/coffee, photocopy, telephone are usually over an above the rental/month as per usage. Again, they a very similar kind of revenue stream as “business centers” however, co working hubs like business centers are not necessarily located in some of the most swankiest buildings in town, there fore are able to offer reasonably priced plans that work well for budding entrepreneurs.
Only caution we would advise, set ups like these may not be your thing if you like more reserved work environment. Find out if the place is running out of a legal commercial location. Also, all co working spaces may not have an organic collaborative work culture, so do your research well. Some of the good ones who have garnered a lot of good press and along with some good word of mouth buzz going for them. For more details check out the link about “everything you need to know about co working spaces in Delhi NCR“.
What is a traditional/conventional office lease?
The ‘lease’ is essentially a contract/legally binding agreement between the business (the tenant) and the individual/organization that owns the building (the landlord). The contract basically outlines the terms and conditions upon which a tenant (business taking the premise on lease) is permitted to occupy the property. The terms and conditions of the agreement are binding on both landlord and tenant. Traditional/conventional leases tend to be for longer period, usually for 3 years and more. Most popular conventional lease type is a 9 year lease (3+3+3) with a 3 year lock in and 12-15% escalation after every 3 years. All conventional leases are duly registered at the local registrars office by paying a stamp duty of 2 -3% depending on the lease term. Usual practice is sharing of the stamp duty amount by both tenant and landlord
Who is it for?
This is the more traditional approaching to occupying an office space. Since a traditional lease usually applicable for any duration more than 11 months (legally binding to register at local authority if contract is more than 11 months) it works best for well-established businesses or any business for that matter who is looking to put down roots in a specific location for a longer period of time (usually 3 years or more) and also don’t expect to grow or shrink dramatically. Apart from stability other compelling clientele for a traditional lease would be any business seeking absolute privacy and complete control over how their office should look and feel so that they can give their customers a certain kind of experience.
Types of Spaces offered in traditional lease:
When you rent/lease an office space, it usually comes as “bare shell” (just bare bone structure with no flooring or ceiling work done up and has AHU unit installed) or a as a “warm shell” (which has flooring, ceiling work done, along with air conditioning and other electrical fitting work done up) refurbished, with, air con and lighting. Lastly, there is the “fully furnished” option where the tenant is provided with a plug n play office with all the specific needs of the tenant suiting their company bespoke style and working environment. This generally means the landlord provides with a functional IT infrastructure, meeting rooms, furniture, kitchens, washrooms, and all the equipment.
Benefits of a traditional office lease over a short terms lease/co working model.
Co working/serviced offices are more often than not costlier on a per sq ft basis for a given location and building type, especially in the long term, when compared with traditional lease. Although serviced offices offer the clear advantage of flexibility and start-ups or smaller companies may be prepared to pay a higher cost in order to have the flexibility; but for more established companies who perhaps may not feel the need for flexibility will usually end up paying considerably lower over the period of a medium to long term lease. With the longer contract and the ability to renegotiate your agreements terms, leasing your work space helps bring more stability to your business.
Since traditional leases are offered in lockable private units and you are not sharing space with anyone, its easier to schedule private meetings. Internet and telephony which is major concern for many industries find such spaces best. One will basically have better overall control of allotment of designated areas for privacy.
Branding and Overall look and feel:
The entire office is yours and you can create your own, totally bespoke working environment which will reflect your brand and your corporate culture. Usually a coworking/serviced office operator will have very hard time meeting this expectation for every single one of their tenants in the premise.
Myriads of Options:
While there is only so much on offer with serviced office operators, however, there is large canvas to look at when it comes to traditional office space options. One can look options from independent small buildings to boutique office space structures and big corporate buildings with large floor plate at various locations all over Delhi and NCR area.
Cost of Leasing/Renting an Office Space in Delhi
Rents for office space in Delhi are usually quoted in Rupees per square foot terms. However, even though rent constitutes the largest cost, but it is vital not to overlook the other main “recurring costs” and also the initial expenditure when signing a lease.
Regular, recurring costs of renting an office will include:
- CAM charges
- Utility charges
- Service tax/GST charge.
Interestingly, rent only constitutes around 70% of the overall cost, so accurate estimates for CAM and utility charges is quite critical, some landlords like to roll the CAM with utility and while many like to keep the two separate. Check to see if air conditioning charges are also factored in the CAM as your heating and chilling cost can be quite high in Delhi heat.
One time costs:
At the onset of renting Delhi office space, there are one-off costs, usually referred as “capex” that need to be accounted for if your landlord isn’t doing up the space for you. These are:
- IT/Server, telecom expenditure
- Removal costs (If any)
- Legal costs and stamp duty
- Brokers fees
- Fit-out costs
Office Fit out cost
Office space rented direct from a landlord tends to be delivered as open-plan space, and so the cost of the fit-out will be borne by the incoming tenant. Fit-out costs will depend on the level of work required and can hover around Rs 1500 – 2500 per square foot (net area). At the end of the lease, there is usually an obligation to return the space to its original state by removing the tenant’s fit-out. Unless the landlord wants to use the existing setup you have been using.
GST on office space:
Most office space landlords come in GST bracket and its payable over and above the rent, currently at 18%.
Popular locations with average going rentals
|Micro Market||Broader Area||Popular Buildings|
|Connaught Place||Central Delhi||100-450/sq ft||300-2000/sq ft||Statesman house, HT house, DLF house, Gopaldas bhawan|
|Lutyens Delhi Area||Central Delhi||200-500/sq ft||200-500/sq ft||400-2500/sq ft|
|Defense Colony/Lajpat Nagar||South Central area||90-200/sq ft||200-400/sq ft|
|Nehru Place||South Delhi||70-200/sq ft||200-600/sq ft||IFCI house, Erose corporate park, International trade tower|
|Bhikaji Cama Place||South Delhi||80-225/sq ft||100-300/sq ft||Ansal Bhawan, Mahindra Tower, Somdutt Chambers|
|Okhla Industrial Area||South Delhi||30-110/sq ft||80-100/sq ft||100-200/sq ft||NSCI campus, Dlf tower, Max house|
|Jasola||South East Delhi||80-100/sq ft||Dlf tower, Elegance tower, Salcon aurum,|
|Mohan Cooperative Estate||South East Delhi||50-90/sq ft||50-70/sq ft||20-40/sq ft||100-150/sq ft|
|Green Park/Hauz Khas||South Delhi||90-150/sq ft||100-400/sq ft|
|Vasant Vihar||South Delhi||90-150/sq ft||100-400/sq ft|
|Vasant Kunj||South Delhi||90-150/sq ft||90-150/sq ft||100-400/sq ft||Bharti Crescent, Ambience Tower, Suncity Mall, Promonade|
|Saket/Maviya Nagar||South Delhi||90-150/sq ft||90-150/sq ft||100-500/sq ft||Rectangle one, DLF place, Southern Park, Prius Platinum|
|Qutab Institutional Area||South Delhi||90-150/sq ft||90-150/sq ft|
|Narouji Nagar/Kidwai Nagar||South Delhi||250-350/sq ft||250-350/sq ft||250-350/sq ft||World trade center, NBCC tower|
|Panchsheel/Khel Gaon area||South Delhi||90-150/sq ft||90-150/sq ft||90-150/sq ft||PHC chambers|
|ITO/Asaf Ali road||Central Delhi||80-130/sq ft||80-130/sq ft||90-150/sq ft|
|Jhandewalan||Central Delhi||80-110/sq ft||40-50/sq ft||90-150/sq ft||Videocon tower|
|Rajendra Place||Central Delhi||80-110/sq ft||90-150/sq ft||Vikram Tower, Aggrawal Tower, Deepshika Building|
|Moti Nagar||West Delhi||60-90/sq ft||30-50/sq ft||90-150/sq ft||DLF tower|
|Naraina Industrial Area||West Delhi||50-70/sq ft||30-50/sq ft||90-150/sq ft|
|Rajouri Garden||West Delhi||50-70/sq ft||90-200/sq ft|
|Janakpuri/Vikaspuri||West Delhi||50-70/sq ft||60-80/sq ft||90-150/sq ft|
|Dwarka||West Delhi||60-80/sq ft||60-80/sq ft||20-40/sq ft||90-150/sq ft||D21, Unity las vegas|
|Aerocity||South West||175-250/sq ft||200-400/sq ft||Bharti World Mark, Caddie commercial tower|
|Netaji Subhash Place||North Delhi||60-80/sq ft||90-150/sq ft||Aggarwal tower,|
|Shashtri Park/Bara Hindu Rao||North Delhi||60-90/sq ft||60-90/sq ft||20-40/sq ft||Delhi IT park, Central Square|
|Rohini||North Delhi||60-80/sq ft||60-80/sq ft||20-40/sq ft||90-150/sq ft||Ambience tower, Dmall, Crown heights|
|Parpargunj Industrial Area||East Delhi||60-80/sq ft||60-80/sq ft||20-40/sq ft|
|Laxmi Nagar/Vikas Marg||East Delhi||60-80/sq ft||60-80/sq ft||90-150/sq ft||Scope Minar|
|Mayur Vihar||East Delhi||60-80/sq ft||60-80/sq ft||90-150/sq ft||DLF tower, Mahhatt tower|
|Karkardooma||East Delhi||60-80/sq ft||20-40/sq ft|
|MG road||Gurgaon||90-125/sq ft||90-125/sq ft||90-150/sq ft||Time tower, First India place, Platinum tower|
|Udyog Vihar||Gurgaon||60-100/sq ft||60-100/sq ft||20-40/sq ft||DLF Cyberpark, Prime tower, SP infocity|
|Dlf phase 3||Gurgaon||100-130/sq ft||100-130/sq ft||Infiynity tower, cyberhub|
|Golf course road||Gurgaon||80-100/sq ft||80-100/sq ft||90-150/sq ft||One horizon center, Sunicity business tower, Paras downtown|
|Golf course ext road||Gurgaon||50-70/sq ft||50-70/sq ft||90-120/sq ft||Digital greens, world mark, Magnum tower,|
|Sohna Road||Gurgaon||50-60/sq ft||50-60/sq ft||20-40/sq ft||90-120/sq ft||Bestech business park, spazedge,|
|Sector 16-17/Rajnigandha chowk||Noida||80-100/sq ft||80-100/sq ft||90-150/sq ft||Delhi one|
|Sector 62||Noida||60-80/sq ft||60-80/sq ft||20- 30/sq ft||80-100/sq ft||Logix IT park, DLF IT park, ITHUM|
|Sector 135/Expressway||Noida||50-70/sq ft||60-80/sq ft||20- 30/sq ft||60-80/sq ft||TCS IT park|
|Greater Noida||Noida||30-40/sq ft||30-40/sq ft||10-30/sq ft||30-50/sq ft|
Traditional office space still remain the first choice for anyone looking for office space in Delhi, however even coworking spaces are also getting popular with companies that are increasingly looking into remote work strategies and reducing capex. Feel free to check out our page to know more about various coworking options available in Delhi NCR.
Find the most convenient, economical and commuter friendly traditional office space for your office space in Delhi! Where ever you need!
There are hundreds of traditional office space options to choose from in Delhi and NCR locations. From good old south and central Delhi locations to swanky cybercity in Gurgaon and various suburbs though out Delhi NCR.