Ulm Holding Corporation
Ulm Holding was founded in 1992 by philanthropic German industrialist Rudolf Kurz to own and operate commercial real estate buildings in New York City. 1776 Broadway, a 25-story building close to Columbus Circle, was purchased in 1992. The company then purchased it's second property in 1995, an 18-story building located at 300 East 42nd Street, in close proximity to Grand Central Station. Our firm is named after the beautiful city of Ulm, Germany, which is famous for its church with the tallest steeple in the world and for being the birthplace of Albert Einstein. Ulm Holding stands for reliability, integrity and quality property management.
Rudolf Kurz established a foundation to carry on his legacy after his passing. These two buildings are among the foundation's assets. In accordance with his wishes, the foundation makes grants to support children's charities, homeopathic medicine and jazz education.
Cushman & Wakefield
Cushman and Wakefield operates the leasing and management services for both properties. Ulm Holding’s two buildings are among the 75 million square feet that Cushman & Wakefield manages in the tri-state region. The team is dedicated to providing comprehensive property management services for the buildings. Partnering with Cushman & Wakefield ensures the application of the industry's best practices and ultimately, long-term success at each property.