Meet New England’s Tallest Residential Tower
More than three years since breaking ground, the Four Season Hotel & Private Residences at One Dalton has finally topped off.
Standing at a towering 742-feet high, the 61-story contains 215 hotel rooms and 160 luxury condominiums. The topped-off ceremony was held on Tuesday, and was attended by Boston Mayor Martin Walsh, Suffolk Construction CEO John Fish, and Carpenter & Company CEO Richard Friedman, along with hundreds of construction workers.
The building was designed by Harry Cobb of Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, known for his work on the 790-foot 200 Clarendon Street, previously known as the John Hancock Tower.
One Dalton is Boston’s third tallest building, and most likely the only project of this caliber for the next decade. With a price tag at $850 million and over 900,000 man hours already logged, One Dalton has forever changed Boston’s skyline.
Recent estimates peg One Dalton’s condominium sales at approximately 70% sold, with the most *affordable* units going for $3.5 million. It was reported that billionaire Michael Dell purchased the penthouse for a whopping $40 million.