Package room

Easily manage package deliveries at your property


You’re in good company

Our systems are installed in more than 4,500 multifamily, commercial, and student housing properties around the world including those developed, owned, and managed by the most trusted names in real estate.


Packages delivered


How our package room works

1. Couriers deliver to your building’s package room using our panel mounted at the package room door. As the courier enters, our panel takes a time- and date-stamped picture of the delivery person.

2. After the package has been delivered, residents are notified via a push notification to their smartphone. If the resident does not have a smartphone or has not downloaded our app, they will receive a text message or email.

Delivery pin
3. Residents enter their code at the package room and pick up their items. The panel captures a time- and date-stamped picture of the resident. If you install a camera inside the room, you can ensure that they have only taken their package.

Package calculator

See how much your current package management process is costing your building

Complete the form below to see how much managing packages is costing your building.

Packages per day:

Enter the average number of packages that are delivered to your building on a daily basis.

Minutes to process a package:

Enter the average number of minutes it takes you to process a package.

Hourly rate per employee:

Enter the average hourly rate per employee in USD.

Your monthly cost


Monthly hours lost

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To learn how our package room can save your building time and money, click Get Your Quote and we will show you how.

High Street Residential (HSR), the residential subsidiary of Trammell Crow Company, focuses on the development of apartments, condominiums, and townhomes on premier sites in major U.S. cities. To ensure their developments not only enhance their residents’ lifestyles but also the surrounding community, each HSR property is carefully crafted to weave into the urban fabric of the neighborhood where it is built. This is done through meticulous and thoughtful design in which no detail is overlooked. Even those elements that seemingly have little impact on the living experience are scrutinized, including the package management and visitor entry systems.

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