Four of the top five are currently existing.
- 790' 200 Clarendon Street, (1976, Back Bay)
- 749' Prudential Tower (1964, Back Bay)
- 742' Four Season Private Residences One Dalton Street, Boston (Under Construction, Back Bay)
- 685' Millennium Tower (2016, Midtown)
- 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.
Rendered above: Back Bay Skyline once One Dalton is complete