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Launched earlier this year, Field House Towns is The Daniels Corporation’s latest low-rise addition to its 69-acre Regent Park revitalization project. While sales started in 2020, construction on the project is already well underway as work has been happening simultaneously with the adjacent EVOLV Apartments.


Situated on the corner of River Street and Wyatt Avenue, Field House Towns is a part of Regent Park’s Block 30, located south of Dundas Street and east of the new athletic grounds. Recent photos from the site show a fence surrounding two rows of three-storey townhomes. Much of the exterior cladding is complete, consisting of a light grey brick with black brick accents. Windows and doors have also been installed as crews put the finishing touches on the entryway overhangs and balconies.


When complete, Field House Towns will consist of 24 three-storey towns with spacious interiors and environmentally-friendly features. The EcoUrban towns are designed to be fossil fuel-free and utilize innovative technologies and green features, making it easy for residents to reduce their contributions to climate change without making dramatic changes to their lifestyles.


Energy-efficient features include an all-electric building system with rooftop solar panels, which generates renewable energy on-site and reduces carbon dioxide emissions. Additionally, triple-glazed windows offer superior thermal insulation and minimize heat loss in the winter, while a fully-wired electric vehicle charging system comes complete with an SAE J1772 connector.


Inside, floorplans range from 1,319 to 1,708 square feet with three-bedroom and three-bedroom-plus-den layouts available. Residents will benefit from low VOC paint, high-efficiency heat pumps, smart meter technology, and low-flow faucets and toilets. Each home is also equipped with energy recovery ventilators that provide a direct supply of fresh air while recovering heat from exhaust air.

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