In the mid 1980’s, there was a vision to create a secure and efficient building environment, free from the congestion and security risks that are associated with unchecked visitors coming and going. This vision was made a reality when Supreme Building Messengers developed the first Package Intercept/Messenger Center in New York City. The concept was immediately successful, and SBM began incorporating its innovative system in buildings throughout Manhattan. SBM further developed and refined the Package Intercept/Messenger Center concept through extensive research and collaboration with our corporate real estate partners throughout the greater New York City area. Today, SBM‘s package Intercept/Messenger Centers and Courier Services are functioning in more than 50 Class A Manhattan buildings.

Our Mission

Today, New York’s diverse business environment is as fast-paced as ever, and security concerns are still motivating Class A building owners and managers to meticulously evaluate and adjust building safety and efficiency on a regular basis. SBM functions as an essential part of this process with our Package Intercept/Messenger Center Services. We provide a single point of service to help quickly and thoroughly meet the needs of a building’s tenants, owners, and management.

Why SBM?

For more than twenty years SBM has set the standard for Package Intercept/ Messenger Centers in New York City. SBM’s services will vastly improve your building and make a valuable addition to your property’s integrated safety plan. We offer simple and cost-effective solutions for your facility. Our services are tailored to meet your individual and specific requirements and have proven effective in promoting security and tenant relations.

Our Clients

Boston Properties
CB Richard Ellis
Cushman & Wakefield
Lawrence Ruben Company
Rockefeller Management
Rudin Management
Silverstein Properties
SL Green
Silverstein Properties
First New York

The United NationsSome of the more than fifty Class A buildings we operate include:

Citigroup Center
Seven World Trade Center
The General Motors Building
The New York Times Building
The United Nations

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