Green-powered and ready for the future, Field House is an exclusive collection of 24 condominium townhomes — the first Daniels’ EcoUrban Designed community located in Regent Park at River St. and Wyatt Ave. Utilizing cutting edge technology and innovative features, these unique 3 Bedroom townhomes will be fossil fuel free. By using all electric systems and generating renewable energy on-site with the rooftop solar panels, carbon dioxide will not be emitted through the operation of these homes*. Innovative and beautifully designed, your new home will work as hard as you do to improve your health and the environment.

Living an environmentally friendly lifestyle starts with living in an environmentally friendly home. Taking advantage of the latest green innovation, Daniels EcoUrban Designed residences provide comfortable, stylish living while helping to minimize your impact on the environment.


Long before “green” became an industry buzzword, The Daniels Corporation took a proactive approach to protecting the environment through innovation in our construction techniques. We continue to build for efficiency and environmental sustainability through standards beyond Ontario Building Code, and in some cases, to LEED Gold certification. Within the Canadian building industry, we are leading the urban food revolution through trailblazing urban agriculture initiatives that incorporate farmers’ markets, allotment gardens, edible landscaping, and partnering with Ontario Farmers to educate our homeowners and tenants through urban agriculture focused workshops.

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* In 2018, 94% of electricity provided to Ontario’s electrical grid was provided by carbon free nuclear, hydro, wind and solar sources, as per Ontario’s Independent Electricity Systems Operator.