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  • 16.04.2019

    Deutsche Wohnen helps handball team Füchse Berlin take training to the next level

    With Deutsche Wohnen’s help, the Füchse are breaking new ground in training young talent. A piece of equipment known as the ‘polar vest’ should help improve this in future. It helps transmit vital functions in real time. This makes it possible to tailor Jungfüchse youth players’ training more specifically to the individual, such as national youth team player Torben Matzken.

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  • 05.04.2019

    ‘Expropriation doesn’t help tenants’

    Michael Zahn, Chief Executive Officer of Deutsche Wohnen SE, comments in the taz newspaper on the tense situation on the housing market, the lack of new construction in the capital and the campaign ‘Deutsche Wohnen & Co. enteignen’ (Expropriate Deutsche Wohnen & Co.).

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  • 21.03.2019

    Neighbourhood art: Argentinian artist designs new mural

    From mid March 2019, tenants, residents and art lovers can find a unique mural at Mentelinstrasse 45 in the Berlin district of Treptow-Köpenick. The ‘Colourful Animal Kingdom’ street art was created by Argentinian muralist and illustrator Fio Silva.

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  • 24.01.2019

    ‘A built promise’: Deutsche Wohnen presents a documentary on the UNESCO World Heritage sites

    In 2008, six housing estates of Berlin Modernism (Siedlungen der Berliner Moderne) were listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites. Four of these estates are part of Deutsche Wohnen’s portfolio. In 2018, to mark the tenth anniversary of this occasion, the property company commissioned a documentary film on the heritage of these extraordinary developments.

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  • 22.01.2019

    A successful partnership to provide flats for women and children affected by violence

    The Housing Office for women affected by violence of the Berlin-based association Hestia e.V. and Deutsche Wohnen have made a positive assessment of their partnership to support women and children affected by domestic violence, which has been in place since 2013.

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  • 20.12.2018

    Neighbourhood art: a third urban art mural is completed

    In mid December 2018, the artist Stereoheat conjured up The Stralsunder Sea Captain on a Deutsche Wohnen fire protection wall in Berlin. This is the third urban art project Deutsche Wohnen has completed since beginning its work in this area in September 2018.

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  • 10.12.2018

    Time for an update: the smart flat-share

    Time has flown by in the first year of Germany’s first smart flat-share. Now, the first flatmates are moving out and new ones are moving in. A good opportunity to take stock of how this unique living experiment is coming along.

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  • 21.11.2018

    Neighbourhood art: Deutsche Wohnen supports another urban art project in Berlin

    Since the beginning of November 2018, another urban art mural on a Deutsche Wohnen residential building has been catching the eye of tenants and passers-by in the Berlin district of Kreuzberg.

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  • 06.11.2018

    A conversation on building culture: Deutsche Wohnen sponsors building convention

    The 2018 Convention of Baukultur is taking place in Potsdam on 6 and 7 November 2018. In attendance as a sponsor and participant: Deutsche Wohnen.

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  • 12.10.2018

    Five trends: living in tomorrow’s world

    A recent event in Munich gave those curious about the way we will live in the future an insight into the latest trends. Two thousand exhibitors showcased innovations and new ideas at Expo Real, the biggest property fair in Europe. Here are five trends you need to know about.

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