Aliens Space Station riding high on unique features

In a very short span of time, Aliens Group has earned a reputation that is hard to over shadow. Its project Aliens Space Station, situated in Hyderabad is being ranked among top real estate projects in entire Hyderabad. Other than a strategic location and futuristic design, the project boasts of a large number of unique features.

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These features extend from houses to the project compound and beyond. To start with, Aliens Space Station is one of the few projects that have a Helipad. This feature is especially helpful in terms of crisis and problems to evacuate the residents. Also, this helipad can be used for airlifting a resident for medical transitions. Such emphasis on safety is seldom seen amongst developers. Then, there is a double height car park, fully equipped with CCTV cameras that the dwellers can use to keep an eye on their vehicle. 34 sky gardens and a Planetarium for the kids, living experience can rarely be so eventful.

Aliens Space Station has been designed to provide a superior level of comfort to its residents. To ensure this, the project houses a club house and amenity centre that sprawls over 2 lac sq.ft. If this wasn’t enough, then the presence of an infinity pool will surely surprise all. Biometric access, CO2 sensors in basement to keep pollution in check and no vehicular movement in the ground floor, the features are absolutely advanced. Then, other than these man-made features, the project stands tall right next to a natural lake that is about 45 acres in area. Presence of such avant-garde features in one project is a rare blend.

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