Back Bay

One Dalton Officially Tops Off

Back Bay's Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences One Dalton Street, known as One Dalton, held its official topping off ceremony on August 7th. 

At 61-stories and 742 feet tall, One Dalton is Boston's tallest residential building and the third tallest building overall,  behind the 790-foot tower at 200 Clarendon St. formerly known as the John Hancock Tower, and the 749-foot Prudential Tower. The tower will include 215 Four Seasons hotel rooms and 160 luxury condominiums offering the finest residential amenities available throughout the city.

Cambridge-based Carpenter & Co. is developing One Dalton, which was designed by Pei Cobb Freed & Partners and Cambridge Seven Associates. The tower is being built by Suffolk.

Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh, Suffolk CEO John Fish, Carpenter & Co. CEO Richard Friedman and members of the Campion and Company sales team were in attendance at the topping-off event, along with several hundred construction workers celebrating the building that has forever changed Boston's skyline.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Watch: 'One Dalton' will be tallest residential building in all of New England

One Dalton: Renderings

Four Seasons Private Residences One Dalton Street, Boston

Visit the Official One Dalton Website to request more information or to sign up for news and updates.

Campion and Company is the exclusive sales and marketing agent for Four Seasons Private Residences One Dalton Street, Boston. Contact us if you have questions or would like to schedule a private showing.

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Spectacular Sales: Back Bay Townhouse

An Elegant Home from Top to Bottom

Boston Homes feature by Marilyn Jackson

When the developers purchased the Back Bay townhouse at 197 Marlborough St. in April 2015, they planned to convert the lodging house to two luxurious condominiums.

However, those plans changed about seven months ago when a buyer decided it would be an ideal single-family home that would reflect understated elegance. The $12,000,000 purchase was completed Sept. 9.

Bill Gehan of Campion and Company Real Estate was the listing broker for this property, and Tracy Campion, who heads the firm, was the selling broker.


Read more: Custom-designed Boston townhouse is top single-family sale

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Take a Virtual Tour along the Charles River

Google Maps, in conjunction with Boston's Charles River Conservancy, is introducing a special series of 360-degree Trekker images of the Charles River. The vantages range from the public paths in Boston and Cambridge to the middle of the river itself. Local Bostonians know the Charles as a place for all ages to go an play; its the site of the Head of the Charles, Boston's Fourth of July celebrations, countless concerts, public events, and more.

Taken by Google's "Trekker" camera of the Charles River Esplanade.

 

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Spectacular Back Bay Townhouse Sale

Commonwealth Ave Townhouse Sells for over $10million

Offered for sale for the first time in almost 30 years, this masterpiece townhouse by architects Peabody and Stearns has now found a buyer. Located on Commonwealth Avenue’s highly desirable Sunny Side, this expansive, 13,000+/- square foot home is rich in original detailing, containing graciously scaled formal entertaining rooms that remain a lasting testament to Gilded Age opulence. The home is currently configured with 9 bedrooms and a magnificent central staircase connecting the three main living and bedroom levels. A second staircase also connects to the expansive garden and top levels. Complete with an existing shaft for lift/potential elevator and parking court for two vehicles, this townhouse is a truly special property in the heart of Back Bay. 

Agents Tracy Campion and Bill Gehan represented the $10.1million transaction conducted via sealed bid process. View the property here.

Read about the sale in the Boston Business Journal.

Read about the sale in Curbed Boston.

 

 

 

 

Back Bay Condo Sets New Sales Record

At $15.4 million dollars, a Back Bay condo has just set a new price record in Boston.

 

The property, located at The Heritage on the Garden, features over 5,000 square feet and direct views into Boston's Public Garden. Tracy Campion, the buyer’s broker, confirmed the sale with Boston.com and said it is in an “outstanding building overlooking the Public Garden with a side terrace.” Daniel A. Mullin was the exlusive listing agent.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It's price tag makes it the most expensive condo sold in the city this year, beating out Unit W12A at the Mandarin Oriental, which sold for $12.5 million in May. Boston.com reports that it also appears to be the most expensive private home ever sold in Boston, beating out even the $14.5 million sale of the Ames-Webster Mansion to a Saudi businessman

 

Read the full Boston.com article by Megan Turchi here

 

See more listing information here

 

Useful Parking Tips in Boston

Boston is in the process of transitioning to a new way of metered parking. Say goodbye to hoarding quarters, frantically searching your bags and vehicles for loose change and putting the stickers on your windows ... mobile payment has arrived! 

ParkBoston allows you to pay for metered parking using a mobile phone or web browser. The free ParkBoston app is available for download in the App Store and at Google Play. 

As of now, this feature is available in the Back Bay area of Boston. Simply look for the new ParkBoston decals on the meters and for the ParkBoston logo on street signs on the same side of the street on the block where you are parked. Input the specific zone numbers for the area into the app, follow the instructions and choose your payment amount. The meters will not change but the parking attendants will have confirmation or your metered time. 

Some of the benefits of ParkBoston:
Receive mobile alerts 10 minutes prior to your time expiring.
Extend your parking time remotely, up to the maximum time allowed per posted signage. 

What are the rates?
Regardless of whether you use ParkBoston or the meters, hourly parking rates are $1.25 or $0.25 for 12 minutes. Please note, there is a convenience fee of 15 cents charged for each transaction through ParkBoston. 
 

For more information about ParkBoston and getting started with this new service, please visit https://park.boston.gov

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Boston Homes Property Feature: Commonwealth Avenue Grand Parlor Duplex

Campion and Company Exclusive Listing featured in Boston Homes:

3 Bedroom                 
2.5 Bathroom
1 Parking
2,753 ft2

 

This elegant duplex on the sunny side of Commonwealth Avenue includes restored 19th century details, like the mahogany-paneled living room with a stunning wood-burning fireplace.

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One Dalton and Boston's Building Boom

Boston real estate news

Watch as Chronicle explores Boston's current building boom and the new icons that will be changing our skyline, including Millennium Tower and One Dalton


BOSTON IS CURRENTLY THE DARLING OF INTERNATIONAL BANKS AND REAL ESTATE FUNDS. IN THE VIDEO, TED REINSTEIN TELLS US THESE INVESTORS IN EUROPE, ASIA AND SOUTH AMERICA ARE FUELING THE BIGGEST CONSTRUCTION BOTTOM THE CITY HAS SEEN IN HALF A CENTURY.