Being debt-free is a point of pride for the Mitchell family. Determined to become homeowners, the Toronto couple heard about an afforadable housing program offered by The Daniels Corporation, designed to help families who couldn't otherwise afford home ownership to step onto the property ladder.Read More..
Blues bands in garages, ballet in backyardsand arias in kitchens are a few of the unique amenities to be enjoyed byowners of new condo suites at Artworks Tower, in Regent Park. The events will be staged thanks to apartnership between developer Daniels Corp and Toronto organization Artery ,which brings together artists, performersand culture buffs who want to attendor host small events in everyday spaces. Artworks purchasers will receive a one year membership to the Artery Collection, which will include priority access to events and resident only show cases curated by Artery.Read More..
Although small and geared at Regent Park, the Daniels' Communtiy Commerical Program provides more evidence that some Toronto developers are increasingly seeking out alternatives to traditional retail tenants as they seek to populate the podiums of mixed-use towers.Read More..
Located on Toronto’s Eastern Bayfront, Hxouse will serve as an incubator and hub for local entrepreneurial artists, from singers and photographers to documentarians and fashion designers. Instead of just a bunch of hot desks, the facility will offer equipment and tools, including recording studios, editing booths, green screens, photography equipment and textile machineryRead More..
Property developers are anunpopular species. Hollywood usually portrays them as greedy sharks whomake a living turning poor folkout of their homes to put upshopping malls. Despite this, Toronto is seeing more and more of a new breed - the good-guy developers. The model for this new breed is Mitchell Cohen, president of The Daniels CorpRead More..
After years of fruitless searching, Tim and Natalie Rose, a Toronto couple in their early 30s, had all but given up finding a suitable accessible condo in the city. It wasn't until they caught wind of the Accessibility Designed Program from The Daniels Corporation that ended their search.Read More..
The Daniels Corporation is breaking barriers in the housing industry with the launch of the Accessibility Designed Program. By consulting with the AccessAbility Advantage team and Luke Anderson, Daniels has ensured a program destined for success.Read More..
The Daniels Corporation has announced a new project in Scarborough, along with DiamondCorp and the City of Toronto’s Build Toronto agency. Called Daniels FirstHome Markham Sheppard, the development will dedicate 30 per cent of its 328 suites and townhomes to new buyers with a household income below $90,500.Read More..
Regent Park was an infamous name in Toronto for decades. These days, the community is recognized internationally as an urban design model that mixes different income and housing levels, integrates nationalities and ethnicities, and blends private and public spacesRead More..
The Daniels Corporation generously donated $50,000 to George Brown College’s Centre for Construction and Engineering Technologies (CCET). The donation comprised a $50,000 gift from The Daniels Corporation to establish an endowment, funding in perpetuity the Daniels Leadership in Education Scholarship. The Daniels Leadership in Education Scholarship is open to sole-support students in the Angelo DelZotto School of Construction Management.Read More..
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