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Michael Dell Buys One Dalton Penthouse in Boston’s Most Expensive Condo Sale



Michael Dell, founder and CEO of Dell Technologies, is currently in contract for one of the three penthouse residences in Back Bay’s One Dalton residential tower.

One Dalton, which is expected to wrap up construction by the final quarter of 2018, has already sold several of its luxury condos. At a height of 742 feet, One Dalton will be the third largest tower to pierce the Boston skyline; with only the Prudential and John Hancock Towers soaring above at heights of 750 feet and 790 feet, respectively.

While it is not yet known how much Dell is expected to pay for the penthouse, there is currently another for sale at $40 million. The three penthouses will occupy the 60th and 61st floors of the building. In June of 2016, investment fund manager John Grayken shattered records with the most expensive condominium sale in Boston history at $35 million in Millennium Tower. The penthouse won’t be Dell’s first big purchase in the city. He bought his 4,110 square-foot Millennium Tower penthouse for $10.9 million in the last quarter of 2016, following a $60 billion deal by Dell Technologies acquiring Hopkinton’s EMC Corp.

Dell’s penthouse will be approximately 7,300 square-feet in size across two stories, in addition to a 570 square-foot outdoor terrace. One Dalton residents will also have access to a private residents’ club on the 50th floor, a state-of-the-art spa, restaurant, golf simulator and indoor lap pool. As of November 2017, the building has reached nearly half of its full height and is expected to top off in early 2018. Keep up to date on One Dalton’s construction via Bushari’s Crane Watch.

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#VIP: Mapping The Most Expensive Boston Homes Sold in 2015


Picking up where 2015 left off, this year is off to an unprecedented start in Boston real estate, with this week’s big news that the “grand penthouse” at the Millennium Tower went under agreement for a record-breaking $37.5 million. The previous record was set in October of last year, when 300 Boylston #1005-1006 sold for $15.4 million. From multi-million dollar lofts on bustling Newbury Street and Commonwealth Avenue to tranquil penthouses overlooking the city, Boston’s luxury real estate market has reached new heights over the past few years. If you’d like to take a peak inside some of these residences, we have mapped out the most expensive Boston homes sold in 2015. All of the residences on this list sold for a minimum of $5 million (and, what do you know, almost of all them were in the Back Bay!).

Inspired? Head on over to to see what luxury listings are currently active.



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Download Our 2015 Boston Real Estate Annual Market Report


2015 was a game-changing year in Boston real estate. We saw the continued development of Downtown and the Seaport, while neighborhoods like Somerville and Dorchester saw their prices reach new levels. One thing is for sure, Boston is hotter than ever and that trend is expected to continue throughout 2016. If you’re a home-owner curious about the value of your home or someone looking to make a move to the city,  our 2015 Boston Real Estate Annual Market Report will be a valuable resource to you. Broken down by neighborhood, this report will paint a vivid picture of the city’s current market conditions.


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Your Boston Real Estate Holiday Wish List


Is someone on your shopping list looking for real estate this holiday season? If so, we’ve compiled your 2015 Boston Real Estate Holiday Wish List, featuring the 10 highest-priced listings available on the market right now. These luxurious homes are looking for the perfect owners–could it be you?


Photo Courtesy of Campion and Company Fine Homes Real Estate.

315 Dartmouth Street | Back Bay
14,871 sq. ft.
Rooms: 26
Beds: 9
Baths: 6 full, 4 half
Garage: 2
List Price: $20m


Photo Courtesy of Campion and Company Fine Homes Real Estate.

Photo Courtesy of Campion and Company Fine Homes Real Estate.

6 Newbury Street #3 | Back Bay
6,100 sq. ft.
Rooms: 12
Beds: 4
Baths: 4 full, 2 half
Garage: 3
List Price: $12.95m


Photo Courtesy of Luxury Residential Group, LLC

Photo Courtesy of Luxury Residential Group, LLC

The Clarendon | 400 Stuart Street PH3 | Back Bay
3,545 sq. ft.
Rooms: 7
Beds: 3
Baths: 3 full, 1 half
Garage: 2
List Price: $10.95m



Photo Courtesy of MP Marketing of Massachusetts

Millennium Tower
| 1 Franklin Street PH4B | Midtown
4,110 sq. ft.
Rooms: 5
Beds: 3
Baths: 4 full, 1 half
Garage: 2

List Price: $10.9m


Photo Courtesy of Robert Paul Properties, Inc

Photo Courtesy of Robert Paul Properties, Inc

77 Chestnut Street | Beacon Hill
6,550 sq. ft.
Rooms: 8
Beds: 4
Baths: 3 full, 3 half
Garage: 6

List Price: $10.5m


Photo Courtesy of Gibson Sotheby's International Realty.

Photo Courtesy of Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty.

Four Seasons Residences | 220 Boylston Street #1205/1209 | Back Bay
3,300 sq. ft.
Rooms: 8
Beds: 3
Baths: 3 full
Garage: 2

List Price: $10.25m


Photo Courtesy of Pioneer Realty Group.

Photo Courtesy of Pioneer Realty Group.

The Residences at Hooper Mansion | 448 Beacon Street #4 | Back Bay
4,132 sq. ft.
Rooms: 11
Beds: 4
Baths: 4 full, 1 half
Garage: 2

List Price: $9.85m


Photo Courtesy of First Boston Realty International, LLC.

Photo Courtesy of First Boston Realty International, LLC.

Trinity Place | 1 Huntington Avenue PH1702 | Back Bay
3,618 sq. ft.
Rooms: 9
Beds: 4
Baths: 3 full, 1 half
Garage: 3

List Price: $9.25m


Photo Courtesy of Campion and Company Fine Homes Real Estate.

Photo Courtesy of Campion and Company Fine Homes Real Estate.

25 Beacon Street #4 | Back Bay
3,583 sq. ft.
Rooms: 7
Beds: 3
Baths: 3 full, 1 half
Garage: 2

List Price: $9m


Photo Courtesy of Campion and Company Fine Homes Real Estate.

Photo Courtesy of Campion and Company Fine Homes Real Estate.

25 Beacon Street #3 | Back Bay
3,583 sq. ft.
Rooms: 7
Beds: 3
Baths: 3 full, 1 half
Garage: 2

List Price: $8.9m






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Take a Deeper Dive into Boston’s Pools with Our Free ebook


The dog days of August are upon us and, even though Labor Day is just a few weeks away, the summer isn’t quite over. In fact, Boston is experiencing another hot weekend and people all over the city are looking for ways to beat the heat. A little bit of research revealed that there was no comprehensive list of Boston’s residential pools available to the public. So, to make your search a little easier we have compiled The 2015 Bushari Guide – The Residential Pools of Boston, a free ebook now available for download.

Boasting the most comprehensive and up-to-date list of Boston properties where you can live and swim, the book provides full-color photos and descriptions of each pool, as well as the amenities and services available at each. Whether you’re looking to buy or rent a home in the city, our ebook will give you the scoop on the hottest properties to cool off.


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Copley Place Tower Given the Go-Ahead

Artist rendering, courtesy of the "Copley Place Retail Expansion and Residential Addition Project Summary"

Artist rendering of the newly-approved Copley Place Tower, courtesy of the Boston Redevelopment Authority.

The Boston Redevelopment Authority last night approved several projects with the aim of fulfilling Mayor Martin J. Walsh’s plan to greatly expand the city’s housing inventory by 2030. Among the projects approved by the BRA’s Board of Directors was a revised plan for the expansion of Copley Place, which includes a new skyscraper that will deliver 542 new residential units to the heart of the city.

The residential and retail expansion of Copley has been on the table since 2006, but the project has been held back due to various issues, most recently that overhangs from the building were encroaching into “non-approved spaces.” With last night’s approval, however, those issues have been resolved and Simon Property Group, the project’s developer, can move forward with their $500 million construction.

According to the project summary, the forthcoming Copley Place Tower will rise to heights of 569 feet and plans to “successfully meet the needs of Boston and its residents.” Simon Property Group and their development advisers have carefully studied Boston’s evolving housing market.

The developers want to ensure that their project will improve the lives of all Bostonians and not just residents of the tower. Plans call for “carefully executed design strategies” with the goal of improving the location’s overall pedestrian experience and aesthetic. Some of the expected benefits include improved public transit and a reduction in the number of commuters in single-use vehicles, as well as the creation of 1,477 construction jobs and approximately 250 permanent jobs.

The residential tower at Copley Place will follow the likes of the Millennium Tower and One Dalton as the most recent additions to Boston’s quickly transforming skyline.

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RENT ME: 177 Newbury St PH-2

Hello, my adoring BackBay fans. I have another exclusive and glorious Newbury Street penthouse for you to feast your eyes on.  You will absolutely hands down love this scrupulously maintained rear facing unit located at 177 Newbury Street. If you prefer to be away from the bustling activity of Boston‘s most popular hot spot, try this one on for size. You’ll reap the benefits of living in a superb location, but you only have to deal with the city life when you step outside.

Enter the penthouse to the beautiful kitchen with stainless steel appliances and elegantly speckled granite countertops. The mix of recess, track and natural lighting gives both the kitchen and dining area a beautifully warm glow.

Step into the living room just  to the left of the dining area to a nice open space with a fireplace and mantle, surrounded by two large windows. This sunny spot is just perfect for catching up on a little quiet reading or for some flat screen television entertainment.

Take a quick trip up the first winding staircase to the master bedroom, where you will have ample space and a layout almost identical to that of the first floor. The upstairs bathroom features both a beautiful glass enclosed shower and separate hot tub, so feel free to get ready in a pinch or take your time in a soothing bubble bath.

One final flight up is the glorious roof deck, which makes city living all worth while. The view from the top is just what you need to put your mind at ease and float above Newbury Street’s activity below.

Available for September 1, so no procrastinating!



  • Price: $4,300
  • Landlord Pays Full Fee
  • Size: 1,085 Sq Ft
  • 1 Bedroom 2 Bathrooms
  • Flooring: Hardwood
  • Laundry in Unit
  • Private Roof Deck
  • Date Available 9/1/12


To schedule a showing or for more information, contact:

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JUST LISTED AND FOR SALE : 416 Commonwealth Ave #Unit 219

Last week I had the pleasure of viewing this beautiful brand new listing. I have often wandered down Back Bay‘s Commonwealth Ave thinking, I wonder what’s inside these amazingly well designed abodes. You begin to wonder if the inside is nearly as fantastic as the outside. Well I’m here to assure you that it is. Plus we at Bushari group aren’t big on disappointing our fans, so of course you should expect nothing but the best.

The extravagant structure at 416 Commonwealth Ave is titled the Somerset, and once upon a time used to be a luxury hotel. Now the condominium establishment features full service amenities for its residents with a 24/7 concierge,  work out facility, courtyard, and most notably and exceptional for Boston, a private outdoor swimming pool. If you’ve tried to find a winning outdoor pool in Boston that a village of children have not had their way with, you know just how hard that is.

Units in this luxury building are seldom vacant. That’s why we bring you the very special listing of unit #219. No expense spared in this spectacular renovation. This 2 bed, 2 bath home offers an open layout and impeccable attention to detail. Create a memorable repast in this kitchen with Bamboo cabinets and  Ceasarstone counters, Chilewhich wall paper, Mirage hardwood flooring and Induction cook top. The bedroom’s custom closets and high end appliances and fixtures are an absolute must-see. Featuring a Smart Home system and spacious private deck overlooking a beautifully landscaped in-ground pool. Though this may seem insignificant to some, there is even a built in iPod charger when you walk in. This is just to remind you that the Somerset is moving with the rapidly changing technological times, in case there ever was a doubt. You will undoubtedly be taken exquisite care of at the Somerset.

Quick Facts

  • Price: 1,500,000
  • Size: 1193 sq ft
  • Condo Fees: $893
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Master Bath: Yes
  • Fireplace: 1
  • Fee includes: water, sewer, master insurance, security, swimming pool, elevator, exterior maintenance, landscaping, snow removal
  • Area Amenities: Public transportation, shopping, swimming pool, park, walk/jobn trails, bike path, highway access, University

For more information about this condo, please contact listing agent Elad Bushari at (617) 529-7079  or email:

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Better Know A Neighborhood: Boston’s Back Bay

The website of Bushari Group Real Estate offers multiple resources for buyers and sellers. One of our more unique online tools is our extensive neighborhood guide, which breaks down each area by its retail, dining, and entertainment offerings, nearby schools, and its available properties. Get a sense of the area before even setting foot in Boston, and we can help you do that.

Our first spotlight is the place Bushari Group Real Estate calls home: Boston’s Back Bay.

This posh area of the city is a shopping and business hub, as well as a popular tourist’s spot. Historical Copley Square is possibly one of the most recognizable sites in Boston and is home to several churches and the main branch of Boston’s Public Library. Next to the library is the Prudential Center and the Copley Mall, which are both filled with dining and shopping options. But not too far away is the famous Newbury Street, a center for unique boutiques, salons, spas, cafes, and shops. Back Bay is a sort of hub within the Hub of Boston, a little slice of everything the city has to offer.

If you’re curious to learn more about the Back Bay, check out our neighborhood guide here. If you’re you looking into buying or renting in the Back Bay, please contact us and we’ll be happy to answer any questions.

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New Availability at One Back Bay

Are you looking to stay in the heart of bustling Boston? Historic landmarks, chic boutiques, and a bevy of restaurants right outside your door sound like the perfect place to call home? The beautiful One Back Bay building on Clarendon has two openings for a two bedroom deluxe apartment. These are available now, so be sure to contact us quickly!

One Back Bay boasts a state of the art lounge, beautifully landscaped outdoor sun deck, gardens, and dining options, a terrace with BBQ grill, state-of-the-art private fitness center, children’s interactive play and party room, a convenient electronic and credit card rent payment, and move-in coordination, on-site restaurant offering home delivery and catering, on-site gourmet market, a 24-hour concierge, doorman service, a bicycle room,  24-hour valet parking with direct building access, wireless internet access in public spaces, in unit washer/dryers, electronic package notification system, and a professional on-site resident.  Additional  optional amenities include 200+ Channel Cable and/or Satellite TV Service plus Valet, Maid and Dry Cleaning Services.

This is the suite life you’ve been looking for. Please contact us to look at these apartment or for answers to any questions you may have. We look forward to hearing from you.