The Kith Condominiums at Daniels Erin Mills: Official Website by The Daniels Corporation


we are all kith. taking care of each other
and the environment.

Taking care of ourselves and the Earth is of utmost importance inside, outside, and all around.

At Daniels, we have both an opportunity and a responsibility to take action to reduce our carbon footprint and leave a legacy for future generations. That’s why Daniels is committed to designing and building low-carbon communities that minimize their impact on the environment.

The Kith Condomniums will be designed and built with sustainability in mind. As such, it is registered with the intention of earning LEED® certification upon its completion. The LEED® green building program is the preeminent program for the design, construction, maintenance, and operations of high-performance green buildings.

sustainability features.

The Kith Condominiums has been designed with sustainability features that benefit both you and the environment.

An energy-efficient fresh-air supply system that draws clean, outdoor air into your home, while exchanging heat and humidity with the stale exhaust air to ensure comfortable indoor conditions are maintained.

Individual utility metering promotes conscientious consumption and reduces longterm maintenance fees.

ENERGY STAR® is a certification program managed by Natural Resources Canada. ENERGY STAR® certified products are tested and certified to meet strict specifications for energy performance.

The parking garage has been designed with the future of EV charging in mind – to facilitate future expansion of EV charging throughout. Upgrade to the seamless EV Turnkey package to have access to safe, secure, and convenient EV charging right when you move in.

Reduces water consumption while maintaining pressure and lowering utility bills.

A convenient and efficient waste and recycling system that directs resident materials into recycling or waste containers using a single chute with a sorting mechanism.

An amenity space dedicated to reusing, repairing, upcycling, exchanging, or donating goods in order to divert them from landfills.

Community garden plots available to residents to grow food, while promoting a healthier lifestyle and reducing emissions from food transportation.

Collection and storage of rainwater for reuse in irrigation systems to assist with the maintenance of landscaped features.

A slow drip water irrigation system used to grow landscaping that saves water and reduces maintenance fees.

carbon label.

Daniels is on a mission to decarbonize the real estate industry in the Greater Toronto Area by focusing on the Whole Life Carbon impact of the homes we design and build. Our plan is detailed in our Decarbonization Roadmap, which positions Daniels as a leader in innovative and sustainable construction practices.

Daniels is publishing a carbon label that further breaks down Whole Life Carbon to quantify the emissions reduction from the innovative features and technologies implemented in new development projects. This label was developed as a means for voluntary disclosure of carbon performance to enhance our continuing efforts to decarbonize the homes we build. The carbon label shows the total carbon footprint for each square metre of floor area, combining both upfront and operating carbon emissions.


Emissions associated with the operation of a building including heating, cooling, lighting and more.


Emissions associated with materials and construction processes including extraction of raw materials, processing, transport and on-site activities.


The Kith Condominiums was one of Daniels’ pioneering communities to be studied for Whole Life Carbon Intensity and is included in our Emissions Baseline. By quantifying and reporting the carbon impact of our new communities, we aim to see continuous improvement over time to reach the goals outlined in our Daniels’ Decarbonization Roadmap.


A Whole Building Lifecycle Assessment was performed to study the key drivers of upfront carbon. Concrete and rebar were found to be the largest contributors, making up over 80% of the upfront emissions. This information is key to continuously improving our construction practices to find low-carbon alternatives in the future.


At The Kith Condominiums, energy-saving measures are already in place to improve thermal comfort, reduce fossil-fuel consumption and lower energy costs, such as efficient in-suite mechanical systems with energy recovery ventilation and low-flow plumbing fixtures.