Development Cibulka in Prague 5 – Kosire was constructed in 2000 and is a group of 117 apartments in a private park and comprising of 4 apartment houses, two of them are four-story and the other two are five-story. It one of many Intertrade Group company projects which has years of experience with residential development.
The buildings display interesting shapes, with the garage base differentiated by colour and material. From Naskove and Na Pomezí streets the building base connects to a green support wall. The typical features of the facades include tilting alcoves. The recessing stories”roof villas” are plastered in color. The roofs are flat and advanced. The residential blocks are surrounded with private fenced gardens of the ground floor residents. The premises include a park connected to the forest plots to the south. The park is shared by the building residents and the public.
The nearest metro station to Košíře is Anděl, within easy reach of the western extremity of the neighborhood. Otherwise, trams form the backbone of public transport in the area. The very frequent number 9 runs through Plzenska, en route from Repy to Spojovací via the city center, and trams 6, 10 and 16 also go along Plzenska. Several bus routes crisscross Košíře; one of the most handy is 217, which links the Anděl and Dejvická metro stations, passing Strahov stadium and Hradčanská on the way.
Plzeňska is dogged by constant heavy traffic, causing the usual resultant environmental problems, but as you move up and away from the main thoroughfares the surroundings become cleaner and greener and the air quality better. Košíře is blessed with plenty of open space, both large parks and smaller pockets of greenery among the housing developments.