Michael Dell reportedly just bought a penthouse in this swanky tower being built in Boston
Four Seasons Hotel & Private Residences
- Michael Dell reportedly just bought a penthouse in a new luxury residence being built by Four Seasons in Boston.
- One of the other penthouses has reportedly sold for $40 million, which would make it the most expensive condo in Boston's history.
- The project is set for completion in 2019.
Boston's rich and famous will have a new luxury housing option when the Four Seasons Residences One Dalton Street is complete in 2018. The complex, which is currently under construction, will contain a hotel, restaurant, residences, penthouses, and other amenities.Advertisement
Recently, Dell founder and CEO Michael Dell went under contract to buy one of the building's three penthouses, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Take a look at what Four Seasons has planned for the complex.
The building is set for completion in 2018, by which point all of its 160 condos are expected to be sold.
The pool's design will be conducive to exercise and athletic training.Advertisement
There will also be a spa, restaurant, indoor pool, and golf simulator.
Residents will also have access to common areas, like this lounge.Advertisement
An anonymous buyer is reportedly in contract to purchase one of the three penthouses for $40 million, which would set a record for the most expensive condominium in Boston's history. Dell's new penthouse is said to be similar to that penthouse, as well as another that is currently on the market for $40 million.
The penthouses will be the most luxurious options, featuring four bedrooms, five bathrooms, and two powder rooms.Advertisement
Bathrooms will feature custom-designed vanities and marble floors.
The renderings indicate that the condominiums will feature sparse, modern designs with plenty of natural light.Advertisement
Some of the residences will have scenic views of Boston.
The complex will rise 61 stories and stand as the tallest residential building in New England.Advertisement
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