⚫ Four Seasons Tower @ CSC | 1 Dalton Street | Back Bay

DZH22

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What is the holdup with finishing the ground level?!?! It's insane how zero progress is being made. At this rate we're going to have another winter with no sidewalk on that side again.
They did open the mini parklet area across the street. Slow but steady.... but slow.
 

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They did open the mini parklet area across the street. Slow but steady.... but slow.
True, but it's been weeeeeeks without any progress on the exterior of the building. You'd think they'd want to be done.
 

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55 units have closed as of last week, there are another 70 or so under agreement, probably waiting for the TCO's to move up the building.
They've closed a couple of units on upper floors but for the most part the closings to date have been in the 20s, 30s and low 40s.

As of today:

57 sales
$291m in volume
$2,415/psf average
 

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They've closed a couple of units on upper floors but for the most part the closings to date have been in the 20s, 30s and low 40s.

As of today:

57 sales
$291m in volume
$2,415/psf average
Thanks for the update, amazing sales numbers! That average will probably go over $3000/sf once they close the top 20 floors.
 

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it's really a gorgeous tower. i wish they'd have incorporated some subtle (non-intrustive/sleep disrupting) lighting going up the vertical grooves. missed opportunity.
 

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Walked by yesterday and on the lower dalton st side it looks like new windows have been installed.
 

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I'm gonna wager the windows are custom jobs, defects were spotted, delays on custom orders ensued, and it's just a waiting game. That said, it has been a very long time.
 

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Also, in case people missed it, the glass has a pretty crazy logistics chain..


“This grey glass, which is only produced in California, has to be shipped to Europe and combined with clear glass layers from Spain and Hungary before being shipped again to Toronto, Canada. There, the glass is installed into curtain wall frames, which act as the building’s non-structural covering. Then, the curtain walls are trucked to Boston for installation.”
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Thanks for the update, amazing sales numbers! That average will probably go over $3000/sf once they close the top 20 floors.
They closed a few more high floor units this week, including Herb Chambers’ penthouse, and I doubt we’ll see a $3000 average but it’ll be up there.

69 sales
$372.5m in volume
$2,471/sf average

Also, the hotel component has been sold for $268m to Premier Group WLL of Bahrain.

https://www.hotelmanagement.net/transactions/where-largest-u-s-hotel-deals-traded-q3
 
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