Daniels has a long-standing commitment to building for everyone. When it comes to accessibility, our approach is to ensure that the communities we build are not only accessible, but also inclusive, resilient, and foster a sense of belonging for all – and Daniels on Parliament reflects that.

Dedicated to providing a higher standard in accessibly designed homes for people using mobility devices, suites offered through our Accessibility Designed Program (ADP) exceed the accessibility standards set by the Ontario Building Code. Recognizing mobility needs vary among individuals, Daniels offers a series of standard accessible suite layouts to choose from at no additional cost. These standard layouts include features such as roll-in showers and roll-out balconies.

Two images of an accessible bathroom and living room. One image of a girl in a wheelchair being pushed by her parents.

With the goal of making the entire condominium environment as inclusive as possible, Daniels also incorporates ADP features in building amenities and common spaces such as a lowered concierge desk, accessible kitchens in the party rooms, larger turning radii, and waste chutes with automatic door openers.

For more information on ADP suites at Daniels on Parliament, please speak with a Sales Representative.

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The Gold Standard in Accessibility

Daniels on Parliament has achieved a gold rating from the Rick Hansen Foundation Accessibility Certification™ (RHFAC) program. This program is designed to challenge developers like Daniels to go beyond the building code and create innovative solutions to make their communities universally accessible. Taking the approach of designing for accessibility and keeping inclusivity top of mind at every stage of the development process helps us to ensure that every resident can love where they live.