Four Seasons Hotel & Private Residences One Dalton Street, Boston, a new five-star hotel and luxury condominium in the city’s Back Bay neighborhood, is now complete. Designed by the late Harry Cobb of Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, One Dalton stands as the tallest residential building in New England and the tallest building constructed in Boston in over 40 years. Its 160 private residences have broken numerous records for Boston residential real estate. In 2020 alone, 7 of Boston’s top 10 most expensive sold homes were located at One Dalton, and 14 of the top 25. Sales have remained strong despite the pandemic, with over $200 million in closed transactions since March 2020.
This modern skyscraper is inspired by both Boston’s storied history as well as its progressive future. It is characterized by the “soft triangle” sculptural form that rises from a strong granite base and creates sweeping views while reducing corridors. The building’s bay windows provide multidirectional panoramas while maintaining a sleek and clean facade.
The private residences atop the 215-room five-star Four Seasons Hotel enjoy the full services and amenities of the new Boston flagship. Residents can enjoy a private porte-cochere entrance and staffed lobby designed by Thierry Despont.
A private residents’ club on the building’s 50th floor, aka 50/50, boasts unobstructed views of the city, Charles River, Boston Harbor and out to the Berkshire Mountains and shores of Cape Cod. Additionally, more than 20,000 square feet of amenities space managed by Four Seasons include an indoor 65-foot lap pool, fitness center designed by The Wright Fit, signature spa with massage and treatment rooms, yoga and Pilates studios, golf simulator room with wet bar, theater and performance room, meeting facilities and a pet washing and grooming station.
Residents also receive priority access to the hotel’s restaurants, which include Zuma, the world-class contemporary Japanese restaurant, One + One, managed by Four Seasons, and Trifecta, a lively cocktail bar.
The building also features a bespoke collection of gallery-worthy art curated by the team of Bostonian art consultants at Kate Chertavian Fine Art, including pieces by Duke Riley, Yinka Shonibare, Jennie C. Jones, and James Stroud, as well as a number of commissions created specifically for the development.