The non-banking finance company will charge below 11% interest for the loan with a total tenure of 48 months.
The construction finance loan is expected to be repaid in one single bullet payment of Rs 200 crore at the end of 48 month from the date of first disbursement or earlier at the option to be exercised by HDFC.
The loan will be serviced through monthly interest during this period.
The Bengaluru-based developer will be using the funds for construction of nearly 1 million sq ft development spread over 10 floors of Technopolis project.
The office building has been designed and being constructed as a built-to-suit project for a specific customer.
“As part of the agreement, the borrower has created an exclusive mortgage and charge over the said property in favor of HDFC,” said one of the persons mentioned above.
Technopolis is a 68-acre mixed-use project with a total development potential of 5.5 million sq ft, including commercial office spaces, residential villas and luxury apartments.
The under construction office spaces in this project are being developed as built-to-suit spaces for tenants like Xerox, Deloitte, Thomson Reuters, and Landmark Group totaling around 2.5 million sq ft.
ET’s email queries to HDFC remained unanswered until the time of going to press. DivyaSree’s Managing Director Bhaskar Raju declined to comment for the story.
Last year, private equity player Kotak Investment Advisors announced a $400 million fund in partnership with DivyaSree Developers to build and acquire commercial office assets across the country.
The developer has developed over 19 million sq ft office spaces since 2005 and has 6 million sq ft offices under construction across Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Chennai. It counts Cisco, Dell, Oracle, Google, Accenture, IBM, Wells Fargo, Cognizant, UBS among its clients.