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FOUR SEASONS PRIVATE RESIDENCES ONE DALTON STREET
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS

 

 

FOUR SEASONS PRIVATE RESIDENCES TURTLE CREEK (in development)
DALLAS, TEXAS

 

 

FOUR SEASONS PRIVATE RESIDENCES NEW ORLEANS
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA

 

 

ST REGIS RESIDENCES
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

Four Seasons Private Residences One Dalton Street, Boston is a part of Carpenter & Company’s 61-story, $700 million tower in the Back Bay on a site between the Christian Science Plaza and the Prudential Center.

The tower, designed by the legendary architect Henry Cobb of Pei Cobb Freed, and Gary Johnson of CambridgeSeven, includes an award-winning, AAA Diamond designated Four Seasons hotel on its lower floors and luxury residential condominiums on the floors above. While the gently curved tower form rises with its High Spine neighbors, the podium respects its lower neighbors by rising only to the height of nearby townhouses. The tower is the tallest residential building in New England and the first and only building in Boston to be honored by The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat as a best tall building worldwide in its height category.  

The property features three distinct dining experiences, including ZUMA, Trifecta and One + One, as well as 20,000 SF of amenities including a Forbes Five Star Wellness Floor.

www.onedalton.com

Awards

  • Condé Nast Traveler, Top 10 Hotels in Boston: Readers Choice Awards 2023
  • AAA Five Diamond
  • US News and World Report Best Hotel Rankings for 2023 One Dalton: #1 in Boston, #1 in Massachusetts, #16 in the entire US, 2023
  • Forbes 5 Star Hotel, 2023
  • Forbes 5 Star Wellness Floor, 2023
  • Organic Spa Annual Wellness Travel Awards, 2023
  • OpenTable Diners’ Choice– One + One, 2023
  • The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) – Best Tall Building worldwide in its height category. One Dalton is the first and only building in Boston to be named a global winner by CTBUH, an organization that developed the international standards for measuring and defining tall buildings, 2022
  • Condé Nast Reader’s Choice Awards – 2022
  • Travel + Leisure Top Boston Hotels – 2022
  • LIV Design Awards, Architectural Design – City Destination, One Dalton, 2022
  • LIV Design Awards, Architectural Design Hotel – Luxury, One Dalton, 2022
  • Boston Magazine Top New Bars – Trifecta, 2022
  • Boston Common – Best Hotel Spa, 2022
  • Boston Magazine Best of Boston Best Massage and Spa, 2021
  • Rethinking the Future Awards, One Dalton, 2020
  • Boston Business Journal, Deal of the Year, 2015

In the News

April 28, 2023, SalonPrive
Luxury Condos that Promote Well-Being Through Nature

April 28, 2023, Adobe2
Breaking the Ceiling” 

April 26, 2023, LUXE Expose 
Luxury Living Meets Nature: Innovative Condos that Prioritize Wellness

January 20, 2023, WCVB Chronicle 
“Mixed-use residences on the rise in Boston”

December 2022, Boston Common
High Standards” 

December 2022, Forbes
Transforming Boston’s Skyline

November 2022, Luxury Travel Magazine
Boston’s tallest residential building receives global best tall building award

April 26, 2022, Forbes Travel Guide
Forbes Travel Gives One Dalton Ten Star Rating

Summer 2022, Boston Common
Boston Common Selects One Dalton as Best Hotel Spa

March 23, 2022, Wall Street Journal
“These Retirees Won’t Settle for Sleepy Suburbs—They’re Moving to the Big City”

August 9, 2022, Lux Expose
“The Tallest Residential Building in New England Wins Top Architectural Awards”

September 17, 2021, Wall Street Journal
How Two Pros Landed Jobs in Luxury

July 15, 2021, Architectural Record
Henry Cobb’s Last Tower Is Completed, in Boston

2020, “AAA Five Diamond Designation” 

Winter 2019, DUJOUR MAGAZINE
Your New Luxury Home

October 24, 2019, ABC
Sky High Living

June 7, 2019, WBZ
Inside One Dalton, Boston’s New Luxury Skyscraper

June 7, 2019, The Boston Globe
 “Here’s the $40 million view from atop One Dalton

April 30, 2019, New York Times
 “Pet spa? Private elevator? The amenities race heats up

March 8, 2018, Boston Magazine
 “Hancock tower designer has changed Boston’s skyline again

May 4, 2017, Boston Business Journal
 “Back Bay condos to offer one more lavish perk: David Bowie’s art curator

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