Sharry appointed as technology partner for One Vanderbilt in NYC

SL Green Realty Corp has appointed Sharry to be a technology partner for the One Vanderbilt project scheduled to be opened in September 2020 in midtown Manhattan.

Sharry is a Czech company and pioneer in the newly emerging market of PropTech (property & technology).

One Vanderbilt will be the epitome of the twenty-first century workplace. Developed by SL Green Corp., the 1,401-foot-tall (427 m) commercial office building will be the 5th tallest building in the U.S. TD Bank is signed on as the anchor tenant of the 1.7-million-square-foot property, which is due to open in September of 2020.

All users and tenants will be equipped with smart and mobile products delivered by Sharry.

What innovations by Sharry improve One Vanderbilt experience? 

The company brings in a new set of smart features integrated to the building; mobile access allowing workers to open doors or turnstiles just with their smartphones.

If the workers drive, a smart camera link recognises their license plate and opens the gates. Parking management ensures maximal utilisation of parking spots.

All users can take advantage of a tenant engagement platform for sharing important building-related news, chatting with other users, or booking shared amenities.

Visitors to buildings where software from Sharry is installed can also expect the utmost in convenience.

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Along with One Vanderbilt, Sharry is completing the implementation of its smart tools ecosystem in several other office buildings on the East coast of the USA.

“We always wanted our software to be in the best buildings in every city to which we expanded. And New York was our dream destination. I am very proud of our entire team that we can work together here on the iconic building One Vanderbilt will soon be,” adds Josef Šachta, CEO and co-founder of Sharry.

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