Here’s What the Inside of New England’s Tallest Residence Will Look Like

Peek inside the Four Seasons Private Residences at One Dalton Street.
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When One Dalton is completed in 2018, it’ll be the tallest residential tower in New England.

The Four Seasons Private Residences at One Dalton Street is currently under construction in Back Bay, and will soar 61 stories high by the time it’s finished. The glassy tower of power is being developed by Carpenter & Company, and was designed by a team of architects that includes Gary Johnson of Cambridge Seven Associates and Harry Cobb—the same person who designed the shining blue John Hancock Tower (now known as 200 Clarendon). Thierry Despont, designer of places like the Ritz Paris, made his mark on the tower’s interior spaces.

Future inhabitants of One Dalton will enjoy a slew of ultra-luxe amenities. The golf simulation room may come in handy on rainy days, not to mention the private theater, salon, health club, and spa. There are also laundry services, housekeeping, and a 24-hour valet.

A total of 215 Four Seasons Hotel units will take up the building’s lower levels, while 160 luxury condos will exist above those. The private residences (on floors 25 through 61) offer 360-degree unobstructed views of the city.

The average expected cost of a unit? Just $6 million. Check out the newly released interior renderings below.

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The residential lobby was designed by Thierry Despont.

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Here’s what the units’ kitchens look like.

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The 50th-floor lounge was designed by Thierry Despont.

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This is the indoor pool at dusk.

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Here’s a view from street level.

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This is what the skyline will look like when One Dalton is completed.


Madeline Bilis Associate Editor at Boston Magazine @madelinebilis
mbilis@bostonmagazine.com