Daniels Keelesdale

Think you can’t buy a home in the City of Toronto at an affordable price, in a well-connected community with access to incredible amenities?

Condo Suites & Towns On Sale In Toronto

Welcome to Daniels Keelesdale, a vibrant 12-acre master-planned community of condo suites and townhomes at Keele & Eglinton. Located in one of the most well-connected neighbourhoods in Toronto, this community is nestled in a lush ravine setting surrounded by beautiful outdoor spaces including a new nature-themed public park, established walking and cycling trails and a children’s playground. Our homes will place you closest to the natural ravine setting in the community, providing easy access and views to the great outdoors.

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Living at Daniels Keelesdale, you are just moments from diverse retail & restaurants, highways and the Yorkdale Shopping Centre. Plus, the highly anticipated and soon-to-be complete Eglinton LRT is only a 6-minute walk away! This 19-kilometre light rail transit line will have a stop right outside of Daniels Keelesdale.


25 Stations
and stops

60% Faster than
your current
travel time

Links to more than
50 bus routes

Links to 3

Travels through 19
kilometres of the city

Links to GO Transit
and Union Pearson

When you live at Keelesdale, you are just a 6-minute walk to the nearly completed Eglinton LRT. This 19-kilomitetre light rail transit line will have a stop right outside of Daniels Keelesdale.

Land Acknowledgement

Our work toward both Truth and Reconciliation is ongoing. We remain committed to educating ourselves and understanding the truth about our shared history with Indigenous Peoples. In keeping with our commitment to reconciliation, The Daniels Corporation acknowledges the inherent relationship Indigenous Peoples have with the lands, air and water, all as part of their sacred relationship with Mother Earth.

As we work and build in communities across the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), we acknowledge these are treaty lands and part of the traditional territory of several Indigenous nations. For thousands of years, the GTA has been the traditional gathering place shared by many nations, including the Treaty lands of the Mississaugas of the Credit, and the shared territory of the Neutrals, the Anishinabek, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat Peoples.

The GTA is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples and we are grateful for their contributions and the opportunity to work and live with them in this territory we all call home.