A gleaming work of art that adds lustre to Boston’s skyline.
Five-star hotel and luxury condominium Four Seasons Hotel & Private Residences One Dalton Street, Boston, is the new addition to the Boston skyline as the tallest residential building in New England, and the tallest constructed in the city in more than 40 years.
Nestled in the heart of Boston’s historic Back Bay neighbourhood, One Dalton was conceived by the late architect Henry N. Cobb in collaboration with local architecture firm Cambridge Seven Associates. The 61-storey One Dalton takes its cues from Boston’s past and future to make for a “soft triangle” sculptural form to capture the sweeping views while reducing corridors.
Occupying the top floors of the building are 160 private residences, which features a private porte cochere entrance and a staffed lobby designed by French architect Thierry Despont, who also designed the private residents’ club “50/50” on the building’s 50th floor that looks out to the Charles River, Boston Harbour and out to the Berkshire Mountains and the shores of Cape Cod.
Residents of One Dalton can enjoy the full services and amenities of what Four Seasons Hotel has to offer, including an indoor 65-foot lap pool; fitness centre designed by The Wright Fit; a spa with massage and treatment rooms; yoga and Pilates studios; a golf simulator room with a wet bar; theatre and performance room; meeting facilities; and a pet washing and grooming station.
Residents also receive priority access to a premium selection of dining options on the property. The development also comes with a 5,000 square-foot public park, Dalton Park, connecting the building with an exciting array of boutiques, galleries, museums, cultural institutions, coffee shops, and restaurants; with the Back Bay Amtrak rail station and Logan International Airport in close proximity.