Peer Mushalla is one of the fastest growing hub for infrastructure development that enjoys the dual advantage of resting in juxtaposition with Panchkula as well as forming an integral part of Zirakpur
As compared to Panchkula, Peer Mushalla is remarkably cheaper and better. An office space measuring around 350 sq. feet costs nearly about 1.5 Cr in the over crowded jampacked market of Sector – 20, Panchkula but can be bought for just a few lacs (20-30) in the sophisticated mall – VBT ( Just 0.5 km away from Sector- 20 Panchkula market )
Though Zirakpur is booming like never before, it has experienced a very haphazard growth that has remained tough on the demand for retail sector. For long it remained a bunch of small villages located along the Chandigarh-Ambala highway. Therefore sparing just a few areas, there has been a dominance of mostly rural sector in Zirakpur and it has witnessed unbalanced growth. For instance areas along the Chandigarh-Ambala highway NH-22, that are claiming to be well planned, are actually positioned in between villages Pabhat, Baltana, etc and as a result have poor infrastructure, like roads, to connect to the end user. Moreover, Zirakpur is the 'Wedding capital' of the region as about 80% of the wedding banquets and resorts of the Chandigarh tri-city are located in Zirakpur. Therefore nuances from wedding fireworks and traffic congestion are a routine occasion in the town. On the other hand, Peer Mushalla is more like an extension of Panchkula and offers the same ambience and tenor as Panchkula. Good connectivity, low operational costs, high disposable income, green public parks, huge customer base – all features support a perfect environment and an overwhelming demand for retail and service facilities in Peer Mushalla. But these services are currently low in supply here. In order to fill in this void, Devaji group is flaunting its majestic project, Vanetian Business Towers which merits the best of retail and service amenities at the doorstep of luxuriating households.