Four Seasons Tower: Let's Talk Pricing
Excerpts from the article by Scott Van Voorhis:
Construction recently kicked off on the $750 million Four Seasons tower taking shape near the Christian Science Plaza, with an opening day pegged for 2017. It will be Boston’s tallest residential building.
“This is absolutely like nothing Boston has ever seen before,” said downtown Boston broker Tracy Campion, whose Campion & Co. is selling the Four Seasons condos. “I am absolutely sure they will set records.”
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FOUR SEASONS PRIVATE RESIDENCES ONE DALTON STREET, BOSTON
NECN: Sixty-one-story One Dalton Four Seasons complex will be city’s tallest skyscraper erected in 40 years. (Published Wednesday, Jan 14, 2015)
Campion and Company is the exclusive sales and marketing agent for Four Seasons Private Residences One Dalton Street, Boston
Construction to begin on Four Seasons Private Residences One Dalton Street, Boston
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Four Seasons Groundbreaking
Mayor Martin J. Walsh joins Four Seasons Hotels president Allen Smith and developer Richard Friedman of Carpenter & Co. at a groundbreaking for the 61-story Four Seasons Hotel & Private Residences One Dalton Street. The building will be the tallest addition to the Boston skyline in the past 50 years.
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Millennium Tower - Boston's highly anticipated condo tower that is currently under construction - will not have a 13th or 44th floor for superstitious reasons, namely that they have connotations of bad luck and death.
At 685 feet and 60 stories tall, Millennium Tower is set to become the tallest residential building in Boston. How long it will remain Boston's tallest residential tower is unclear: One Dalton, the Back Bay tower with five-star hotel and residences managed by the Four Seasons will soon challenge Millennium for the title. Will we see a 13th or 44th floor at One Dalton? Stay tuned to find out.
Exquisite three-plus bedroom penthouse duplex ideally located on the second block of sunny-side Commonwealth Avenue. Elevator opens directly to a beautiful wood paneled reception room, elegant fireplaced living room with bay window and professional grade eat-in kitchen connected to formal dining. Luxurious front-facing master suite with 5-piece marble bath, large walk-in closet and private roof deck with skyline views of the Back Bay. Upper-level office and additional bedroom each provide access to the second roof deck for al fresco living and entertaining. Laundry, gleaming hardwood floors and top-of-the-line finishes throughout. Two deeded parking spaces.
Address: 63 Commonwealth Ave., Unit 4, Back Bay
BR/BA: Three-plu bedrooms, three-and-a-half baths
Size: 2,660 square feet
Age: 1877; 2000; recent updates
Taxes: $25,155 (with residential eemption)
Condo fee: $886 per month
Features of building: Four luxurious townhouses on sunny side of Commonwealth Avenue; self-managed; elevator; central air conditioning; pet-friendly.
Features of unit: Striking penthouse duplex recently renovated with spacious living room with wood-burning fireplace with onyx surround and a customized entertainment center; chef's kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, custom cabinetry and granite counters; marble-tiled baths; two outdoor terraces with wonderful Back Bay views; two deeded parking spaces.
Close by: Clarendon Street Playground, Public Garden, the Esplanade and Hatch Shell, Back Bay restaurants, shops and galleries on Newbury and Boylston streets; Boston Public Library; Copley Place and Prudential Center; easy access to Copley MBTA Green Line Station and Orange Line and commuter rail and Amtrak at Back Bay Station, Storrow Drive, Route 90.
Contact: Tracy Campion, Campion and Company Real Estate, 172 Newbury St., Boston, MA 02116. Phone: 617-236-0711. Email: email@example.com.
Designed by Little and Browne, this single family home was once the home of the Pulitzer-prize winning American author and journalist Edwin O'Connor (The Edge of Sadness, The Last Hurrah). Located on the first block of tree-lined Marlborough Street, the home is just steps from the Public Garden and offers an exceptionally wide limestone/brick edifice, exquisite original detailing, elevator, beautiful mahogany doors and columns, and incredibly proportioned formal living/private spaces.
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A stunning Back Bay penthouse at the Heritage on the Garden at 300 Boylston Street was sold last month for $5,200,000.
The boutique building has an extraordinary location, directly opposite the Public Garden, and the penthouse, Unit 1003, occupies premium space in this full-service building. It is one of only two condominiums on the tenth floor in the middle belvedere and has an expansive private terrace.