In preparation for the debut of the second Four Seasons property in Boston, Reed Kandalaft has been appointed general manager of Four Seasons Hotel & Private Residences One Dalton Street.
The tower will have 211 hotel rooms and 160 luxury condominiums and is developed by Carpenter & Company.
With a decade-long career with Four Seasons, Kandalaft has a wealth of experience at properties around the globe, most recently as general manager of Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club in Miami, overseeing the hotel since its opening in 2017.
In his new role, Kandalaft is already hard at work assembling his team and setting the stage for the highly anticipated opening of the new hotel and Private Residences.
Speaking to his new appointment, Kandalaft said: “I am incredibly excited to continue my journey with Four Seasons with the opening of our second hotel in Boston, a responsibility I do not take lightly.
“With this new property, I look forward to welcoming guests, residents and locals to a new Four Seasons experience in Boston in the prestigious Back Bay neighbourhood.
“The project is the tallest tower in Boston in 50 years, has a world-class design, and is in the midst of cultural, shopping and sports attractions.
“It will offer the very best experiences and service offerings commensurate with the finest Four Seasons anywhere.”
The hotel is scheduled to open in April 2019 and will occupy the first 23 floors of the building, which was designed by the legendary architect Harry Cobb of Pei Cobb Freed, in collaboration with Gary Johnson of Cambridge 7 Associates.
The property will include three dining options, including Zuma, the famous Japanese izakaya with additional outlets in prestigious cities such as London, New York, Miami and Las Vegas.