Bengaluru: Bengaluru’s Brigade Road and Vittal Mallya Road have been ranked as the 8th and 9th most expensive markets in India for 2023, as per report titled “THE RESILIENCE OF RETAIL,” published by Cushman & Wakefield. Meanwhile Delhi’s Khan Market, Connaught Place and Gurugram’s Galleria market has been ranked as the top 3 most expensive in the country.
In the global rankings the three Khan Market has been ranked at 22nd position while Bengaluru’s Brigade Road and Vittal Mallya Road markets have been ranked at the 41st and 42 nd position. The list also includes Mumabi’s Linking Road, Fort/Fountain and Kemps Corner along with Kolkata’s Park Street and Pune’s
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Earlier, Bengaluru’s MG Road was topped the the list of high streets in India. It was followed by Somajiguda in Hyderabad. Linking Road (Mumbai), and South Extension (Delhi) that were also among the top 10 high streets in the country, according to Knight Frank India’s flagship annual retail report, ‘Think India, Think Retail 2023 — High Street Real Estate Outlook,’ in association with Phygital Retail Convention, 2023.
With four of its markets making it to the top 10, Bengaluru was deemed to have the best high streets that provide a significantly better shopping experience, according to a survey conducted by global real estate consultancy Knight Frank across eight markets of India.