About Connecting Cooksville Development
The Connecting Cooksville is a new condo development by TAS at Hillcrest Avenue & Hurontario Street, Mississauga, Ontario. This project offers a mid-rise building of 11 storeys with 94 units. The property is currently under pre-construction and is estimated to start in 2024.
The Connecting Cooksville will be located close to a transit terminal covering Cooksville GO station, the upcoming Hurontario LRT, plus MiWay express bus route. This mixed-use community has SvN Architects as its architect and interior designer. Further, it will have plenty of gathering areas, retail services, commercial establishments, and workspaces. Thus, residents of this beautiful property will have all the possibilities to socialise, assemble, and connect.
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Features and Amenities
There will be underground parking constructed in this Hurontario St development as per the developers. Complete features and amenities of the Connecting Cooksville will be available soon.
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Location and Neighbourhood
Hurontario spans from Lakeshore Avenue to Collingwood under several names and arrangements. With so many apartment complexes and townhouses crammed into such a tiny region, there is still a lot of new residential construction in this district and a dense population.
This is not a peaceful neighbourhood; instead, it is a fast-paced community that benefits from the comfort of being next to all of the facilities found in the neighbouring Mississauga City Centre. Heartland Town Centre, right near Mavis and Brittania, is a big outdoor shopping centre with 180 shops and is one of the country’s largest complexes.
In Hurontario, there are also smaller independent plazas around the major arterial roadways that offer retail outlets, eateries, and food outlets that support the traditional diversity of the location. Well, the all-rounder Courtenay Park Arts Centre provides yoga, gymnastics, karate, volleyball, tennis, soccer, and more.
Accessibility and Highlights
As previously mentioned, you will find a central transit hub comprising the Cooksville go station as well as the future Hurontario LRT. Several bus routes are available in this area, such as 103 Hurontario Express, 10 Bristol-Britannia, 21 Milton, and 2 Hurontario. And for car owners, there is Highway 401 for them.
About the Developer
TAS is an out-of-the-box impact firm that has been in the Toronto real estate development market since the 1980s. The group strives for integrated communities and compassionate, committed citizens. They have offered more than 120 dwellings to families in Toronto districts over its initial 20 years.
TAS was acknowledged and praised as a market leader for its commitment to quality, comfort, and creativity in every detail. Currently, the company is working for various communities in the GTA as well as the Hamilton Area. The Keeley Condos, DUKE Condos, and M5V Condos are the other projects of TAS.
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