New York, NY – ESCC has designed security and communications systems at one of the newest and most noteworthy buildings in New York City – 160 Leroy Street.  Pritzker Prize-winning architects Herzog & de Meuron used Oscar Niemeyer’s idea of free-flowing curves rather than straight lines and angles for 160 Leroy. This sophisticated building was designed from the inside out, with a plan to accommodate a modern lifestyle and to turn a residential apartment into a real home. These luxury West Village apartments range from one to five bedrooms, and the building stretches a full city block to ensure space and comfort for both families and entertaining with the perfect amount of privacy. The fifty-seven unique apartments possess incomparable views of the Freedom Tower, the Hudson River, the George Washington Bridge, and the New York City skyline. The apartments maximize light exposure, along with views, and consider a specific art-collecting audience by also offering a plethora of wall space perfect for hanging artwork. All in all, 160 Leroy is an unparalleled site that has been marketed as one of the last chances to own a home on the water in New York City’s West Village. ESCC was awarded a consulting contract to design a state of the art security and communications systems for this unique property. The security design package delivered by ESCC includes apartment wiring, access control systems, CCTV systems, and back of house (BOH) communication systems.


ESCC has led the way in integrated security and communications applications for commercial properties, high-end residential properties, and new development projects for over 39 years. As a full-service security and communications provider, ESCC offers a powerful combination of design, engineering and installation services as well as post-installation support to meet today’s on-going security and communications challenges.

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