The own apartment is an important place of retreat. We help to ensure that it stays that way even in times of crisis and support our tenants and partners, for example with our Corona aid fund over 30 million euros.
#sicherheim is an online platform aimed at raising awareness of violence against women – at a time when the numbers affected are growing constantly. Deutsche Wohnen is lending its support to this campaign as an official partner.
The colorful mural by the artist El Bocho has been decorating our holdings in Berlin-Friedrichshain since May 2020. The well-known artist has continued his series “Citizens” with a beautiful portrait on our house wall.
Deutsche Wohnen completes the third quarter of 2020 with solid results and a positive outlook
“The quality of our decidedly robust business model is particularly in evidence in the current climate of uncertainty“ explains CEO Michael Zahn. And he reaffirms the promise that no tenant will lose their flat as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
After three years, our partnership with the university project ends, in which students test smart technologies under real living conditions. We want to thank the smart flatshare for the exciting cooperation and wish all the best for the future.
Deutsche Wohnen and The Dixons start street art project in Berlin-Neukölln
Between September and October 2020, 20 Berlin artists brighten up our multi-storey car park in Hugo-Heimann-Straße. The result is unique works of art that give the freshly refurbished building the appearance of an art gallery.