173 / 176 Perry Street, New York, New York
Kroll Advisory Solutions assisted in the planning, design and implementation of security systems for 173 and 176 Perry Street. The project consisted of the replacement of existing security systems and the implementation of lobby security stations for systems monitoring by building staff.
Kroll coordinated with the architect to ensure the new concierge desks incorporated all functional security needs with the architect's design.
Security Systems Design:
Access Control and Alarm Monitoring
Closed Circuit Television Monitoring and Recording
Security Data Communications
Security Voice Communications
Elevator Security Systems
These two residential towers, located in Greenwich Village, mark the first construction in Manhattan by Richard Meier. The 16-story towers stand at the north and south corners of Perry and West Street in The West Village overlooking the Hudson River. The apartments afford unobstructed panoramic views of Manhatttan, the Hudson River and the New Jersey riverfront.
Entering from Perry Street, residents pass beneath a covered canopy to their independent lobbies. Each floor houses one individual apartment of approximately 1,817 gsf in 173 Perry Street, the North Tower, and 3,750 gsf in 176 Perry Street, the South Tower.