Aura Solis is sited at the foothills of a green hillock, bordered on two
sides by a reserved forest zone, Aura Solis is more than an up-market
home, it is a haven of peace and exclusivity, spread across two acres of
Comprising just 82 apartments of 2
& 3 BHK configurations in five towers that curve around the
perimeter, Aura Solis lives up to its name, offering residents a bright
and sunny view of life.
Eminent Spaces Aura Solis Address :
52, Kedari Nagar Rd, Jarande Nagar, Mohammed Wadi, Pune, Maharashtra 411048, India
Real Estate companies have traditionally been the outcome of entrepreneurial desire, fuelled by the prospect of capitalising on the ever rising demand for urban space. No longer! Eminent Spaces, a company born of a fresh perspective, plans to raise the bar in construction excellence by bringing a professional approach to every aspect of the business. Professional to the core, Eminent Spaces leverages their decades-plus experience in planning and executing a variety of projects in Central Mumbai, and its suburbs to building living and work-spaces that focus on delivering an enhanced living experience. In addition to high quality construction, Eminent Spaces also focuses on oft-neglected elements like ergonomic layouts, local topography and eco-sustainability. Quality is a primary facet of Eminent Spaces promise and the Company is focused on leveraging the founders' expertise in the latest construction techniques, knowledge about the latest in materials & technology, and computerised processes, to build not just desirable homes but also a reputation for trust and excellence. Aura Solis is a concrete manifestation of their vision. Located in the upmarket locales of Pune East, on the lower reaches of a green hill, it stands ensconced in reserved green zones that flank two sides of its perimeter. The entire project has been laid out and designed to harness the positive aspects of its surroundings. Fresh air and natural light flood the interiors of its residences, not merely energising the lives of the occupants, but also reducing their carbon footprint by minimising demand on power.