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What do you get when detail-oriented architecture, design, and craftsmanship meet? The Four Seasons Private Residences at One Dalton. Real estate developer Carpenter & Company Inc. has pulled out all the stops for this luxury residence in Boston’s beautiful Back Bay neighborhood. Standing 61 stories and 700 feet high, the eye-catching structure is the city’s tallest residential building. The 211-room Four Seasons Hotel occupies the first 23 floors while the upper floors house 180 ultra-high-end condominiums.
It’s not just height that sets One Dalton apart, however. The all-glass tower is shaped like an equilateral triangle, a design envisioned by distinguished architect Henry N. Cobb of Pei Cobb Freed & Partners. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer broad views of the Back Bay skyline, the Fenway, the Charles River, the South End — and beyond to the Blue Hills. Residents can expect all of the top-end amenities of an ultra-luxury building, including on-site valet parking, two lounges, a health club and spa, and an owner’s only restaurant club on floor 50. The private lobby provides a doorman and concierge services. There are also two restaurants in the building, including Zuma — a Japanese izakaya-style restaurant beloved by Boston locals and tourists alike. In addition, residents will find the Back Bay area offers a plethora of dining and entertainment opportunities.
This $750 million project marks yet another landmark achievement for Carpenter & Company Inc., which has an illustrious history dating back to 1898. The real estate developer — also involved in ownership, management, and brokerage — has established a noteworthy portfolio of innovative projects including hotels, office buildings, shopping centers, and more. Previous projects range from The St. Regis Hotel and Residences in San Francisco to the Four Seasons Private Residences in New Orleans. With the Four Seasons Private Residences at One Dalton in Boston, Carpenter & Company Inc. will expand its portfolio to encompass yet another stunning structure.
If you want to call Boston's tallest residential building your home, contact us to find out more about One Dalton and schedule a private appointment to take a look in person.