I've shared these photos before but any opportunity I get to why not, I went to the top occupiable floor during construction and it feels right on level with the top floor of Prudential. One Dalton has a larger section of mechanical above it's top floor than Prudential does though.from nearly every angle, dalton looks taller than the pru to me -- and i've lurked around that area a lot and viewed from the south, west, north, and harbor quite a bit. between anecdotal observation and the official FAA height filings prior to construction (and plenty of other CLEARLY false "official heights" of highrises in boston) i'm absolutely not sold that this thing isn't a tiny bit taller than the pru. i get that it doesn't matter, but just sayin.
Not overly inviting.
There is a restaurant here.Keep in mind that the deed from the Christian Science Church prohibits alcohol sales on the ground floor. That makes restaurants a hard sell.
Stores that sell, manufacture or display alcohol will be prohibited, but alcohol can be served as part of restaurant operations or in the hotel — "specifically including room service, so-called in-room mini-bars, and events in hotel ballrooms or meeting rooms" provided that food is also served and that alcohol is only consumed on-site, the deed states.