We’re bringing smarter access to ALOA.

Unlock recurring revenue, expand your portfolio, and enjoy expert technical support along the way.

Get to know the world's first full-building smart access solution. Fill out the form and we’ll reach out to set up time at this year’s ALOA Conference.

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This is Latch.

Access made for the modern building.
Fully integrated hardware and software provides residents, property managers, and staff with unprecedented flexibility and security. 

Simple installation, easy maintenance.
With zero WiFi infrastructure required, Latch is ideal for retrofit projects and new developments alike.

An ongoing revenue stream.
Your work doesn’t need to end when the installation does thanks to our AfterCare program. Provide ongoing maintenance and troubleshooting and enjoy recurring revenue.

Our products.

Residents can unlock using their smartphone, a doorcode, a keycard, or a mechanical key, enjoying unprecedented convenience and flexibility. For property managers, faster onboarding and fewer lockouts means cost and time savings.

R Series

R Series

Designed for
Building entrances
Common areas
Elevators
Garage gates

M Series

M Series

Designed for
Apartment entry doors

C Series

C Series

Designed for
Apartment entry doors

Designed to put security at the forefront.

No Internet necessary.
Our unit-entry locks don’t require persistent Internet connectivity to operate, protecting our residents and their data from security breaches.

Private usage history.
Our devices never record residents at their apartment doors. The only access logs that are shared with building managers are those for common spaces.

Changing access.

We’re proud to be working with the world’s leading developers.

Wynwood 25
Miami, FL
Sawyer Place
Yonkers, NY
Greenpoint Landing
New York, NY
Mid-town Park
Wilmington, DE
Trestle
San Carlos, CA
Makers Quarter
San Diego, CA

Learn how to get your hands on the device residents ask for by name.