The home to ladies who lunch, couples who brunch, even Gisele and Tom Brady, once— there is a new champion in the Back Bay.
A contribution to the ongoing dialogue of architectural innovation, 30 Dalton’s world-renowned design team is anchored by Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, architects of The Grand Louvre in Paris and Boston’s beloved Hancock Tower. Because imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, 30 Dalton’s bluish reflective glass is similar to Hancock’s.
Number one under the “7 Essentials for Modern Living” on the building’s website? Design. “The details are not the details,” Charles Eames famously noted. “They make the design.” This timeless philosophy is brought to life in the new modern residences on the corner of Dalton and Belvedere. Because even though this city has been permanently settled since 1620, we continue to embrace the new.
Encapsulating the passions of the true Bostonian, 30 Dalton is uniquely positioned at the nexus of the Back Bay, the South End, and the home of our beloved Red Sox, Fenway. It’s where the finest in art, fashion and dining coincide. Foodies will take pleasure in the monster selection of restaurants and cafes— including prime rib panino, Neapolitan-style pizza, and warm chocolate-hazelnut spread, flowing from spigots, at the brand new 45,000-square-foot Italian gastronomic temple that is Eataly. Morning routines will include a stroll down to 30 Dalton’s lobby, where James Beard-winning pastry chef, Joanne Chang, is slated to open her delicious Flour Bakery.
With 26 stories of elevated living, walls of glass give residents the opportunity to experience the magnitude of Boston from a truly breathtaking vantage point. The two penthouses don names highlighting their particular skyline views – “The Charles” and “The Fenway” – sport views of the Charles River and 37-foot “Green Monster.” There’s nothing scary about that; unless you’re a Yankee, of course. The designs go above and beyond to accentuate the views with floor-to-ceiling windows, glass staircases and glass guardrails on the balconies. Private elevator access, double-height living rooms, electric window shades and Nest Thermostats top the list of impressive features.
If the monthly penthouse price-tag of $26,000 and $30,000 (hey, maybe they’ll throw in some Fenway-peeping binoculars) is out of reach, 30 Dalton is offering units with prices starting at $3,250 per month for one-bedroom apartments, $5,450 per month for two-bedrooms, and $11,500 per month for three bedrooms.
With a wave of your smartphone, 30 Dalton’s Bluetooth® keyless entry system ushers you into a world of modern style. Inside, unusually high ceilings complement wide-open floor plans, featuring balconies with decked-out views in select units. Exquisite kitchens with a European sensibility feature Italian-inspired finishes. Low profile cabinetry and tiled backsplashes pair with wood plank flooring for an elegant modern feel.
The 26th floor Skyline Suite’s double-height lounge features a stately stone fireplace, caterer’s kitchen, fitness center, private dining and a spacious terrace offering breathtaking views. A discreetly elegant Listone Giordano wood floor and contemporary European styled furnishings are illuminated by a sculpted light fixture inspired by the famous fireworks you can watch at eye-level every Fourth of July. Topping off the amenities space are billiards, a caterer’s kitchen, fireplace, private dining room with soaring views, a pet spa for four-legged residents and a state of the art fitness center with Technogym® equipment and dedicated terrace overlooking the Charles River. With the 24-hour concierge’s essential little black book for anything you desire, you’ll instantly be at home in your new, urban oasis.
An everyday getaway amidst the bustle of the city, 30 Dalton is a city-dweller’s dream.
Danielle D’Ambrosio, Esq.
Luxury Real Estate Broker
Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty
350 Commercial Street | Boston, MA 02109