* In June, Brookfield paid about 33 billion Indian rupees ($552.76 million) for a 60 per cent stake in six parks from Unitech Corp Parks and a 40 per cent stake in four of the six from Unitech Ltd.
* In May, The Xander Group, an emerging markets investor, partnered with a consortium of investors lead by Dutch pension fund asset manager APG Asset Management N.V. to invest $300 million, with an option to increase it to $500 million, to buy leased office assets in big cities including Mumbai and Delhi.
* In November, Singapore warehouse and industrial park developer Ascendas Pte Ltd announced plans to invest in Indian real estate, focussing on office space, with a target asset size of S$600 million ($479.88 million). Singapore's sovereign wealth fund GIC will be a key investor.
* In November, Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board said it would invest $200 million in an 80 per cent joint venture with Mumbai-based developer, Shapoorji Pallonji Group to buy leased office buildings.
* In July, Qatar Investment Authority decided to invest $300 million in a special purpose vehicle formed by developer RMZ Corp to buy and build leased office assets, mainly in south India. Baring Private Equity has a 21 per cent stake in the vehicle which it bought in 2012 for 5 billion rupees.