One Dalton in Back Bay crowned the second quarter sales chart in two categories: price and number of top sales in the city. Boston's tallest residential tower remains very popular for luxury buyers who desire a sumptuous home brimming with elite amenities combined with lifestyle services. Among the lifestyle features that One Dalton offers are a fitness center, lap pool, spa, a theater room and outdoor decks.

This week, we look at the top sales of the second quarter of 2020 in Boston by neighborhood as reported by LINK.

BACK BAY – MIDTOWN

One Dalton in Back Bay crowned the second quarter sales chart in two categories: price and number of top sales in the city. Boston’s tallest residential tower remains very popular for luxury buyers who desire a sumptuous home brimming with elite amenities combined with lifestyle services. Among the lifestyle features that One Dalton offers are a fitness center, lap pool, spa, a theater room and outdoor decks.

Topping the list of sales was Unit 5004, which sold on May 20 for $12,286,900. This palatial palace, comprised of 4,122 square feet of space, features a gourmet kitchen that will make any chef feel like a pro. There are also four generous bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths.

The second highest sale came on June 1 when Unit 4804 sold for $7,300,000. This home contains 2,558 square feet of luxury living space with three bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths.

The ninth top sale in the city was Unit 3502 at One Dalton, which went to its new owner on April 27 for $4,100,000. This residence enjoys 1,425 square feet of living space with two bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths.

Most of the sales at One Dalton came through Campion & Company.

BEACON HILL – WEST END

Unit I at 4 Joy St. on Beacon Hill moved to the sold column on June 8. Originally listed by Mark Doherty of Campion & Company Fine Homes Real Estate, the home was purchased with Beth Dickerson of Gibson Sotheby's International Realty for $4,300,000.

4 Joy Street offers one of Beacon Hill’s newest boutique collection of luxury residences located less than one block from the Boston Common.

Each home has been meticulously designed to offer a classic, yet contemporary aesthetic featuring a graciously scaled interior that harmoniously integrates with expansive private outdoor spaces.

Residence I offers magnificent parlor and garden levels, which feature top-of-the-line fixtures and finishes. Ideal for entertaining, the parlor level includes an open-concept kitchen-family room, bow-front formal living-dining room, wet bar, sun-filled library and formal powder room. The chef’s kitchen includes Sub-Zero, Bosch and Miele appliances.

The three bedrooms, all with en suite baths, are located on the garden level. Another great element is a professionally landscaped (1,350 square feet) private garden with an elegant Bluestone and brick patio.

CHARLESTOWN – NAVY YARD

Leading the list of sales in Charlestown – Navy Yard was 37-39 Monument Sq., Unit 2. This home sold on May 26 for $2,180,000.

This iconic five-bedroom, three-bath townhouse, offering 3,356 square feet of living space on four floors with four exposures and panoramic views, is located directly in the Monument Square area.

The main level features a spacious living room with a fireplace and custom built-ins and a sitting room that flows into an elegant dining room with a vaulted ceiling and a slider leading to a deck. The large chef’s kitchen has an Aga range and Sub-Zero appliances along with a wall of windows overlooking the patio.

On the upper-most floor, the spectacular primary suite highlights a generous bedroom with skyline and Zakim Bridge views, a dressing room with custom built-ins and a spa-like bathroom.

The walk-out lower level showcases a family room and an expansive outdoor oasis inspired by a stone patio and equipped with an outdoor kitchen, plus a private car port.

This condo was listed by Nancy Roth of Gibson Sotheby's International Realty and bought with Susan Perkins of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services - Verani Realty.

DORCHESTER

Leading the sales in Dorchester was 53 Bakersfield St., Unit 1, which sold on April 3 for $689,000.

This newer renovated Philadelphia-style condo features high ceilings, hardwood floors and bay windows.

The thoughtful makeover showcases bright white kitchen cabinets with stone counters, a glass tile back splash, an island, Jenn Air appliances, a pot filler and wine fridge. An adjacent dining room has a wall of built-in cabinetry. Original pocket doors separate the generous open living room from the den.

Up the grand staircase are two generously-sized bedrooms. The principal bedroom’s en suite bathroom has a glass shower. The second bathroom has a shower/tub combination.

The home also has an inviting front sitting porch, laundry appliances and an abundance of storage/closet space.

The Baker Realty Group of Keller Williams Realty originally listed this condo and it was bought with the Joe Turco Group, also of Keller Williams Realty.

DOWNTOWN – FORT POINT – LEATHER DISTRICT – SEAPORT

The top sale in this part of the city was Unit PH2B at Echelon Seaport at 133 Seaport Blvd. Sold on June 1 for $5,898,000, this 2,341-square-foot condo is comprised of an open kitchen with custom Italian cabinetry and Gaggenau integrated appliances, a gas fire-placed living room, three bedrooms, three spa-like marble bathrooms and a powder room. This home also comes with a magnificent 123-square-foot private terrace.

Other assets include flowing white oak wood plank flooring throughout and sweeping views overlooking the city lights of the Seaport expanding across to the Harbor Islands and Logan Airport.

Echelon Seaport residents enjoy two levels of spectacular retail and restaurants paired with more than 50,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities.

With a focus on innovation and wellness, residents enjoy one indoor and two outdoor pools as well as state-of-the-art fitness facilities, including an indoor basketball court, golf simulator and yoga studio. Services include 24/7 valet parking and concierge along with doormen and porters.

PH2B was originally listed with Patrick Cutter of Echelon Seaport and bought through William Montero of Gibson Sotheby's International Realty.

EAST BOSTON

156 Porter St., Unit 441 holds the top sale distinction in East Boston, selling on April 2 for $1,200,000.

This rare 2,017 square-foot loft combines industrial character with contemporary facets and rooms with fabulous views. In an unmatched space for living, dining and entertaining, a wall of windows allows dramatic and sweeping unobstructed vistas of Boston’s skyscrapers and East Boston’s neighborhood.

The kitchen showcases Sub-Zero/Viking appliances, granite counters, gas cooking, ample storage and a center island. A full separate dining area stars one of the exposed brick walls.

The primary suite includes a king-sized bedroom with those striking views, custom closets and a renovated main bath.

There are two additional generously-sized bedrooms with spacious closets.

Other highlights include a gas fireplace, central AC, in-unit laundry, high ceilings, bamboo floors, roof rights, additional storage and garage parking for four cars.

Originally listed by Olinto/Cunningham of Compass, this home was purchased with Tracy Shea of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Boston - Charlestown.

FENWAY

Selling for $1,875,000 on April 23, Unit 606 at Symphony Court at 43 Westland Ave. was the leading sale in the Fenway.

This jumbo-sized sixth floor condo introduces an open and airy kitchen-living-dining room. The kitchen has custom wood-stained cabinetry, stainless appliances, quartz countertops and a massive island that can easily seat six people. The high ceilings and two facades of oversized windows offering wonderful views of the city create a loft-like ambiance.

The two south-facing bedrooms are bathed with natural light. The principle bedroom is spacious and has a large walk-in closet and an oversized en suite bath with double vanity sinks and a walk-in shower.

Ranco and DeAngelo of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Boston - South End originally listed the property, which was bought with Gail Roberts, Ed Feijo & Team of Coldwell Banker - Cambridge.

JAMAICA PLAIN

Leading the Jamaica Plain sales was 17 Louders Lane, which sold on June 15 for $962,500.

Located in coveted Moss Hill on a one-way country lane, this restored and well-appointed mid-century 2,238 square-foot raised ranch with three bedrooms and two full baths has plenty of space for entertaining and leisurely living.

The stunning main floor features an open kitchen-dining-living room plus a beautiful great room with access to a large deck and terraced yard with mature plantings. The bonus lower level – complete with a fully renovated bath and shower – lends itself as a great play room, extra guest bedroom or an in-law apartment.

This home was listed by the Ellen & Janis Team at Compass and sold through Grace Bloodwell of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Boston - Charlestown.

SOUTH BOSTON

Two of the sales in South Boston were at 363-377 West First St. - located close to the intersection of East and West Broadway.

The top sale sold on April 1 for $3,000,000. Unit 3 has 1,801 square feet of living space with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. This sun-filled unit showcases a newly updated kitchen, spacious living room, new carpets throughout and a private outdoor deck with colorful views of South Boston.

Another unit in this building sold on April 30. Unit 9 went for $2,840,000. This delightful home has 4,005 square feet of space that includes five bedrooms and three baths.

SOUTH END – BAY VILLAGE

The sixth highest sale in the city came on June 1. Unit 3 at 728-740 Tremont St. in the South End sold for $5,250,000. This is a very large home in one of the city’s fastest growing, most popular and diverse neighborhoods. Amidst the 3,937 square foot of living space are four bedrooms and three bathrooms.

Undoubtedly one of the most dramatic and magnificently scaled properties in the South End, a newly constructed three-bed, three-and-a-half- bath residence at 201 West Brookline St. in the South End sold on May 1 for $3,975,000.

Unit 204 is one of nine homers masterfully converted from the historic Concord Baptist Church building at the corner of West Brookline Street and Warren Avenue. It is located on the second and third floors of the boutique elevator building and offers magnificent architectural details, including oversized arched windows and cathedral ceilings that allow for a stunning double-height living area spanning the width of the residence.

It was originally listed by Tracy Campion of Campion & Company Fine Homes Real Estate and bought with the Bennett & Youssoufian Team of Campion & Company.

WATERFRONT – NORTH END – FINANCIAL DISTRICT

Leading the sales in this part of the city was Lovejoy Wharf, Unit PH1E. This Waterfront home sold on April 15 for $2,895,000.

Unit PH1E is a well-designed three-bedroom, three-bath home overlooking the Harbor. A few of the impressive features incorporate a custom kitchen with counter seating and top of the line appliances, wide plank hardwood floors throughout, a separate area for dining or office, marble bathrooms, oversized walk-in closets and a washer/dryer.

Building amenities include 24/7 concierge service, doorman, rooftop terrace with a lounge and grilling areas, a fitness center, an entertainment lounge with a game room and large screen TVs, a playroom, dog spa and a dedicated social coordinator from Luxury Attaché.

This home was listed with Cindy Dwyer of Lovejoy Wharf and sold through Sue Hawkes of The Collaborative Companies.