Being the third largest city in Pakistan after Karachi and Lahore Faisalabad enjoys a rather large amount of significance owing to its productive labor force and means of production. Faisalabad currently serves as the hub of all commercial activity in the country followed by other relatively smaller commercial centres like Sialkot Gujranwala Gujrat Rawalpindi Peshawar Hyderabad and Quetta. The city holds immense importance for its establishment during the British Raj due to which it was earlier known as Lyallpur. The city offer's a bird-eye view of the Union Jack with essential routes emerging in the said shape from the central Ghanta Ghar (Clock Tower).
According to World Bank's report released in 2010 Faisalabad was ranked the best place to run a business in Pakistan and the second best place after Islamabad to start a new business. Hence it is not exaggeration when Faisalabad is titled as the commercial hub of the country since it contributes nearly 20% to the country's GDP. Faisalabad is based at a railway and road junction which has driven the rapid development of an extensive land transport system and has boosted the economy in more ways than one. The city's centre consists of industries and manufacturing units known globally for producing cotton and silk textiles thread paper dyes chemicals and edible oil. The suburban countryside surrounding the industrial center consists of agricultural land known for the excellent yield of cotton sugarcane wheat barley fruits and vegetables most of which are export quality. A city where everyday activities are directed towards generating business and skyrocketing profits is nothing but an excellent ground for commercial investment.
Commercial property for rent in Faisalabad includes shops plazas and offices that range from as low as Rs. 17000 to 800000 per month in the most lucrative localities like D Ground Susan road Jaranwala Road People's Colony Saeed Colony Chen One Road and many more.