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Field House Towns

100 River St, Toronto, ON M5A 3P3, Canada

Field House Towns

100 River St, Toronto, ON M5A 3P3, Canada

Description

Field House Towns is a development by The Daniels Corporation located at 100 River Street, Toronto. Offering a total of 24 EcoUrban Townhomes in Toronto’s Regent Park neighbourhood. Suite sizes range from 1,319 Sqft to 1,714 Sqft.

 

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.

Your home is not just where you live – it’s a starting point for adventure. Field House is the ideal hub for exploring surrounding neighbourhoods like Corktown, Cabbagetown, Leslieville, Riverdale and the Beaches. Closer to home, you’ll find an incredible collection of amenities including the athletic fields, the Pam McConnell Aquatic Centre, retail, coffee shops and so much more.

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  • Year Built: 2021
  • Property Type: Townhouse
  • Property Status: Pre Construction
  • Number of Units: 24
  • Number of Storeys: 3
  • Suite Sizes: 1,319 - 1,714 Sqft
  • Life Style: Low-rise
  • MLS Zone: C08
  • Architect: IBI Group
  • Interior Designer: HOK Network

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