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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

What will be the tallest buildings on Boston's skyline by 2020?

Four of the top five are currently existing. 

  1. 790'     200 Clarendon Street, (1976, Back Bay)
  2. 749'     Prudential Tower (1964, Back Bay)
  3. 742'     Four Season Private Residences One Dalton Street, Boston (Under Construction, Back Bay)
  4. 685'     Millennium Tower (2016, Midtown)
  5. 614'     Federal Reserve Bank Building (1977, Downtown/Waterfront)

At 790 feet, 200 Clarendon Street (formerly known as the John Hancock) has been Boston's tallest building since its completion in 1976. The Henry-Cobb designed office tower will soon be joined in the top three by another work by the architect in collaboration with Cambridge Seven Associates: Four Seasons Private Residences One Dalton Street, Boston.* One Dalton will rise 742 feet at its highest point, becoming the tallest residential building not just in Boston, but in all of New England. Currently under construction, One Dalton has already become visible on the Boston skyline. 

 

Curbed reports more on Boston's existing tallest buildings and the city's developing skyline here.

*Campion and Company is exclusively representing the sales of the white-glove residences at One Dalton.

 

Back Bay's New Skyline with One Dalton

Rendered above: Back Bay Skyline once One Dalton is complete

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One Dalton: Renderings

Four Seasons Private Residences One Dalton Street, Boston

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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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Coming Soon: Boston's Tallest Residential Tower to be managed by Four Seasons

John Hancock and the Pru are about to get a new neighbor: A 60-story, 699-foot tower of ultra high-end condos that will be the city's tallest residential building.

On Tuesday, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts announced it will manage the hotel and residences in the building, promising to bring a new level of luxury to the Back Bay, Boston's most desirable neighborhood. The $700 million project -- located at 1 Dalton Street, next to the Christian Science Plaza -- will make Boston one of a select group of cities with two Four Seasons hotels. The others include London, Shanghai, Instanbul, Los Angeles, and Chicago; New York is currently building its second Four Seasons.

The 211-room Four Seasons will occupy the first 20 floors of the building, and 180 condominiums will comprise the upper 40. Since the tower is shaped as an equilateral triangle with rounded edges, the hotel rooms and condos will feature wrapping views of the Back Bay skyline, the Fenway, and the Charles River. The new tower will also include the finest amenities the city has to offer, including two restaurants, two lounges, and a health club and spa.

Developer Carpenter & Co. plans to start construction on the new skyscraper by the end of this year. The hotel and residences are expected to be completed in 2017. The luxury building will become Boston's third tallest structure overall, behind the 750-foot Prudential and the 790-foot John Hancock Tower, both office buildings. Hancock Tower architect Henry N. Cobb is designing the new project along with Cambridge 7 Associates.

"This is designed to be a landmark building," said Richard L. Friedman, chief executive of Carpenter & Co. "It's going to be very prominent on the skyline, and it also has a strong connection to the local street grid...We have a simple goal -- the finest design and absolute highest quality for this iconic landmark project."

Additional Project Information:

The development of the property, formerly owned by the First Church of Christ, Scientist, was approved by the Boston Redevelopment Authority last September. It includes the construction of a public park at the base of the building, as well as a 26-story apartment tower on an adjoining parcel to be built by Prtizker Realty Group of Chicago.

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Millennium Tower Boston Construction Update, Spring 2014

In late April of this year, Millennium Tower's foundation was laid as Suffolk Construction crews executed the largest continuous concrete pour in Boston's history. Over the course of 22.5 hours, 572 concrete trucks funneled 6,000 cubic yards of concrete into the Downtown Crossing pit. As June begins, crews continue foundation work on the highly anticipated luxury residential building in Boston's midtown neighborhood.

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Once construction work in completed in 2016, Millennium Tower will rise over 600 feet above the heart of Boston, forever altering the city's skyline as well as its notion of luxury condominium living.

 

Millennium Tower Boston Foundation Work

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Millennium Tower Boston Development Update

Burnham Building Retailer Announced

Primark, one Europe's largest clothing retailers, is planning to open a flagship store in the historic Burnham building, the former headquarters of Filene's at the corner of Washington and Summer streets in Boston's Downtown Crossing.

The Dublin-based company plans to lease 112,000 square feet of space on four floors of the Burnham Building next year. Approximately 70,000 square feet of the space in the landmark property will be used for retail, and the rest for corporate offices.

Restoration and renovation of the Burnham building is part of the highly anticipated project from Millennium Partners, in which the company has planned a $689 million redevelopment plan for the vacant site of the former Filene's flagship store. Renovation of the 1912 Burnham Building began last summer.

Adjacent to the Burnham will be Millennium Tower. Millennium Tower will be a 625-foot building comprised of 442 luxury condos for sale above 95,000 square feet of additional retail space on its lower floors.

Last year, Millennium signed the advertising firm Arnold Worldwide and its sister agency, Havas Media, to occupy about 125,000 square feet in the Burnham building. Roche Bros. supermarket also signed a lease last year for 30,000 square feet of space.

Read more about retail planned for the Millennium Tower site.

View luxury condominiums for sale in Boston's Millennium Tower.

Primark coming to Boston Downtown Crossing

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Millennium Tower Boston Construction Update

Construction Progress: Millennium Tower Boston

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March 2013: Millennium Tower Foundation Work:010_zpsaeabf03f

September 2013: Millennium Tower Boston Groundbreaking:Millennium Tower Groundbreaking

 

About Millennium Tower Boston:

Millennium Tower Boston follows Millennium Partners' success in the development and marketing of One Charles, the Ritz-Carlton Hotel and Residential Towers at 1, 2 and 3 Avery Street, as well as Millennium Place. The Tower will continue to reinvogorate Downtown Boston with a new level of luxury residential condominium offerings, dynamic street-level retail and innovative office space.

Millennium Tower will consist of 450 luxury residences and 95,000 square feet of additional retail space on its lower floors. Along with the additional retail space in the adjacent Burnham Building, the site will be home to a Roche Brothers Supermarket. In September, Millennium partners announced the agreement with Roche Brothers and the coming of this first large-scale grocery store to be built in Downtown Crossing to serve the growing neighborhood.