WELCOME TO KARL-BRÖGER-HAUS
Freedom, equality, solidarity and democracy – that’s what the Karl-Bröger-Haus has stood for since it opened in 1930. To this day, it adheres to these core values and has become a HOUSE FOR ALL with many offerings for (almost) all areas of life. Are you planning to visit us? Here you will find everything you need for this.
Freedom, equality, solidarity and democracy – that’s what the Karl-Bröger-Haus has stood for since it opened in 1930. Founded as a publishing house for the Fränkische Tagespost and as the headquarters for the Nuremberg SPD, it still adheres to these core values today despite its eventful history. As a result, a modern and functional building has become much more over the course of time: After conversions and renovations, the Karl Bröger House is now an office building with a wide range of offerings for (almost) all areas of life. It is an event center AND a HOUSE FOR ALL. Many of the old barriers have been removed and the use optimized. This benefits tenants, event organizers and visitors.
When navigating through the Karl-Bröger-Haus, this is the central question: Because the rooms and offers in our house are accessible via three different entrances. However, you can only navigate within the building to a very limited extent. But you know your destination and we will inform you here about entrances, floors and contact details.
The Karl-Bröger-Haus has an exciting history. It is characterized by various functions, new beginnings and associated expansions and conversions. Over the years, these have made it somewhat difficult to find your way around the house. The diverse offerings of our house – spread over six floors – are therefore accessible via three different entrances. However, you can only navigate within the house to a limited extent, which is why the right entrance for orientation is already half the battle. Find out exactly what or who can be found where here.
Via the main entrance with automatic sliding door you can reach, for example, the Workers’ Welfare Association, the pediatrician’s office and other offices – such as that of the property management.
Karl Bröger Center
This northern entrance will take you to the events in the Karl Bröger Center as well as to some MPs’ offices and to the SPD Nuremberg office.
This access leads you to the 1st floor. The Socialist Youth of Germany “Die Falken” and the LAG Entwicklungshilfe Mali e.V. are looking forward to your visit.
The Karl-Bröger-Haus has set itself the goal of being useful and independently usable for as many people as possible. That is why we have implemented a comprehensive concept for greater accessibility and inclusion. This enables visitors to experience and navigate barrier-free in and through our house.
Threshold-free entrances, automatic door openers, voice outputs, tactile guidance systems and color contrasts – accessibility is multifaceted and does not stop at the ramp. It goes many steps further and the Karl-Bröger-Haus has also developed in this direction. As a house for ALL, its goal is to be useful and independently usable for as many people as possible. Therefore, we have developed a comprehensive concept and successfully implemented it during our refurbishment. This concept enables visitors to experience and navigate barrier-free in and through our house.
On July 8, 2023, the time had finally come and our house opened its doors to all interested parties from young to old. It was a day for ALL with numerous colorful activities, lots of delicious food and refreshing drinks, informative presentations as well as festive speeches. With just such a speech, “host” and managing director of Fränkische Verlagsanstalt Robert Kästner opened the event at 11 a.m. and reported on the many ups and downs during the renovation work, which finally came to a good and happy end. The many visitors were able to see this for themselves during the
The Karl-Bröger-Haus is not only a “house for everyone”: it is also a building full of history. This tells of the modern building of the future as a functional party and publishing house, of the Nazi period, of reconstruction, of extensions, conversions and new beginnings, as well as of the major refurbishment under the sign of monument protection and accessibility.
The Karl-Bröger-Haus is not only a “house for everyone”: it is also a building full of history. This begins with its planning in the late 1920s. For it is to fulfill a major task well and functionally: Nuremberg’s Social Democrats and the Workers’ Welfare Association need a headquarters and the popular “Fränkische Tagespost” finally needs a modern home. Architecturally modeled on the Bauhaus style, the building meets these requirements perfectly. What’s more, over the decades it has provided space for a wide variety of organizations and companies, becoming a place of exchange, diversity, good ideas and exciting events.
In line with this motto, we are always grateful for suggestions and criticism and welcome your inquiries. To do so, please simply use our contact form or write to us directly at the e-mail address below.