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  • HDIL was ranked as India’s fastest growing real estate company by Construction World-NICMAR in October 2007.
  • HDIL has been awarded the Mumbai International Airport Slum Rehabilitation project in October 2007.
  • Best developer in Commercial Infrastructure by CSI in 2010.

Housing Development & Infrastructure Limited (HDIL) has established itself as one of India’s premier real estate development companies, with significant operations in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region. HDIL is a public listed real estate company in India with shares traded on the BSE & NSE Stock Exchanges. HDIL group has completed more than 100 million square feet of construction in all verticals of real estate in last one decade.

HDIL caters to a diverse set of customers and this is reflected in its portfolio which features premium commercial projects, townships for housing India's middle class families and affordable housing for the bottom of the pyramid. With operations spanning every aspect of the real estate business, from residential, commercial and retail projects, to slum rehabilitation to land development; HDIL has also diversified into energy, hospitality and the development of SEZs. HDIL has recently diversified into leisure (HDIL Leisures) and multiplexes (HDIL Entertainment) and both businesses benefit from HDIL's expertise in real estate.


HDIL: Among the top-five listed real estate companies in India

2013 HDIL launches two destinations within reach Whispering Towers and Majestic Towers
2010 Leading developer in residential and affordable housing by Economic Times – ACETECH
2010 Exceptional Achievement Award - The Developer of the Year: Mr Rakesh Kumar Wadhawan, Chairman, HDIL by Rashriya Rajiv Gandhi Award
2009 HDIL NCD rating upgraded to CARE A+ by Credit Analysis & Research Ltd (CARE) for its NCD (non convertible debenture) issue
2009 MMRDA and HDIL jointly announce largest rental housing project spread over 525 acres

Updated: August, 2015

Real Estate
The Indian real estate market size is expected to reach US$ 180 billion by 2020.