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Pei Cobb Freed & Partners

Pei Cobb Freed & Partners

New York, NY

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View from Christian Science Plaza
View from Christian Science Plaza
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Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences, One Dalton Street

When completed, this 61-story tower, on an important site between Christian Science Plaza and the Prudential Center in Boston’s Back Bay, will be the city’s tallest residential building. A 211-room hotel will occupy the tower’s lower eighteen floors, with 188 luxury condominiums on thirty-six floors above.

Shaped as a soft triangle in plan and sheathed in low-reflectance high-performance insulating glass, the building rises from a granite-and-glass podium containing the condominium lobby and the public rooms of the hotel. Glass-screened incisions in the tower’s surface animate the building volume while accommodating operable windows on the condominium floors, whose upper levels feature balconies.

The project is part of a master plan that includes 30 Dalton, a 27-story residential building, and a 5,000-square-foot park framed by the two towers.

 
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Status: Under Construction
Location: Boston, MA, US
My Role: Architect
Additional Credits: Cambridge Seven Associates, Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates

 
View looking northwest
View looking northwest
View east along St. Germain Street
View east along St. Germain Street
View along St. Germain Street of porte-cochère at entry to Four Seasons Private Residences
View along St. Germain Street of porte-cochère at entry to Four Seasons Private Residences
Upper floors of Four Seasons Private Residences feature open-air balconies
Upper floors of Four Seasons Private Residences feature open-air balconies
Boston skyline from Charles River Basin with the new tower at far right
Boston skyline from Charles River Basin with the new tower at far right

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