The ultra-luxury Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences at One Dalton has sold units ranging in price from $2.5 million up to $40 million, Carpenter & Co. CEO Richard Friedman said during an interview with Bloomberg.
It’s not clear from Friedman’s interview the specific status of the unit deals, and a lot can change between an agreement and a final, closed sale. However, a $40 million sale would smash Boston’s existing highest-priced condo sale record by $5 million. The identity of the potential buyer is unknown.
The existing highest-price Boston condo sale record currently belongs to private equity billionaire John Grayken, who closed on the $35 million sale of Millennium Tower’s 13,000-square-foot penthouse in August. Millennium Partners, the developer of Millennium Tower in Boston’s Downtown Crossing, originally listed the grand penthouse unit for $37.5 million.
In the Bloomberg interview, Friedman said the response from buyers to One Dalton’s residential units “has been extraordinary.”