Welcome to Cosmos Condominiums. A brilliant master-planned community with a spectacular park at its centre, futuristic architecture, ultra-modern suites and state-of-the-art amenities. A community just steps to the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Subway Station.
Cosmo Condos is a brand new condo project on Highway 7, Vaughan.
It will be a high rise tower with mixed condo units.
Cosmos Condominium is located in the southwest corner of Highway 7 and Maplecrete Road consisting of 4 proposed towers ranging from 25 to 35 storeys designed by Kirkor Architects + Planners as well as a 12 storey office building, a landscaped courtyard/park and retail that will be implemented in three phases. Podiums will range in height from four storeys to 10 storeys and the development site is currently being occupied by existing employment uses.
Cosmos Condos Highlights:
- Close access to Vaughan Metropolitan Subway Centre Station
- Close access to Shopping and Dinning
- Close access to schools
Cosmos’s first phase will consist of of a proposed 35 storey residential tower with a green roof and an outdoor amenity space. There will also be a 12 storey office building with a green roof and a four storey podium that will have ground floor commercial uses. There’s also going to be a proposed courtyard/park in phase one. Phase two will consist of two 25 storey residential towers with a green roof and a five storey podium. Phase three will consist of a 10 storey residential/retail podium with a green roof and also a 35 storey residential tower. The mixed-use proposal will have 1,328 residential suites with a total of 100,663 square metres of residential space, 3,300 square metres of retail use space and 20,207 square metres of office use space.
This new Cosmos Condos development will be situated in theVaughan Metropolitan Centre which is the City’s “new downtown”- a proposed 125 acre mixed-use development. “A vibrant, modern urban centre for residents and businesses that encompasses all amenities of urban lifestyle from inspiring multi-use office towers, residences, open green space and urban squares, pedestrian shopping areas and restaurants, to walking and cycling paths. All coexisting with some of the most technologically advanced sustainable buildings in the world.”