Sustainable living – the first of its kind in Regent Park. Introducing Field House EcoUrban Townhomes.

Located at River Street and Wyatt Ave in the heart of downtown east, Field House is the first Daniels’ EcoUrban Designed community. These unique 3-storey townhomes combine captivating style with environmentally-friendly features to create a living space that is as thoughtful as it is comfortable. Available in 3 bedroom and 3 bedroom + den layouts, Field House is a truly a one-of-a-kind community and a leader in creating sustainable housing. Features like rooftop solar panels, high efficiency heat pumps and triple glazed windows reduce the carbon footprint while also providing peace-of-mind.

Sustainable living at its most sophisticated. Your dream home is waiting in Regent Park.

We’re at home in Regent Park.

When we talk about how incredible the Regent Park neighbourhood is, we speak from experience. Daniels has been a part of the revitalization since the earliest days, working closely with the community and key stakeholders to help realize this truly world-changing vision.

Explore Regent Park

Aquatic Centre in Regent park
Paint Box Bistro Sign
Mother and son walking toward a streetcar in Regent Park
Basketball court in Regent Park
Le Beau Cafe and Dessert Bar

Live Fossil Fuel Free2.

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.

Learn more about the sustainability features in Field House EcoUrban Townhomes

500 Dundas St., East
Toronto, Ontario
M5A 2B4

Monday to Thursday and Weekends:
By Appointment Only
Friday: Closed

  1. According to Toronto Atmospheric Fund
  2. Unlike most townhomes, Field House uses all electric building systems and no natural gas is burned on-site for space or water heating. In 2018 and 2019, 94% of the power from Ontario’s electric grid came from non-fossil fuel sources, such as hydroelectric, nuclear, wind and solar (per the IESO). At Field House, a portion of the electricity used by the homes is provided by the on-site solar panels, further reducing the amount of power drawn from Ontario’s grid.
  3. Based on energy modeling analysis performed by WSP. Actual energy usage and costs will vary according to annual temperature variations, as well as occupant use. These values are estimates to demonstrate the relative performance improvements seen by Field House towns as compared to standard townhomes and Daniels does not warrant or guarantee these numbers as exact values.