The 26-story glass-and-aluminum-clad apartment tower, poised at the edge of Christian Science Plaza in the Back Bay neighborhood, offers residents sweeping views of the Boston skyline.
The project is a part of a larger master plan that includes a neighboring 61-story residential tower and a 5,000-square-foot-park framed by the two buildings. Overlooking a major intersection, 30 Dalton is designed to offer residents maximum privacy: while the busy Belvidere Street side has retail frontage, the residential lobby fronts on narrower Dalton Street, facing the park.
Southwest corner of Belvidere and Dalton streets, at the edge of Christian Science Plaza in the Back Bay
237,000 ft2 / 22,000 m2 gross area; residential tower with entrance lobby facing a new park; some apartments with balconies; ground-floor retail; common room; fitness center with outdoor terraces
Pritzker Realty Group, LLC
Competition and concept design in collaboration with Cambridge Seven Associates, architecture; exterior envelope
Henry N. Cobb
Roy G. Barris
Together with its taller neighbor across the street, the tower reduces the scale of the intersection and creates the feeling of a residential neighborhood.
Collaborating Architect: Cambridge Seven Associates, Inc., Cambridge; Gary Johnson, Lead Designer; Structural: WSP USA, New York; Mechanical / Electrical / Plumbing: WSP USA, Boston and New York; Landscape: Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates Inc., New York and Cambridge; Images: PCF&P, Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, Peter Vanderwarker