Bernheimer-Haus is in Munich, Germany. A neo-baroque building, it holds a prominent position at 3 Lenbachplatz on the city's Altstadt Ring. It was built in 1887–1889 for Lehmann Bernheimer (1841–1918), a merchant to the royal Bavarian court; the Bernheimer name is carved into an ornamental detail of the building's stone façade. The architect was Friedrich von Thiersch. The façade was constructed by Martin Dülfer. The Bernheimer family lost title to the property during the Nazi period and was later partly compensated. Today the retailer Kokos occupies the street level of the property.