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  • 10.09.2020

    Listed buildings: opportunities for the future

    Refurbishing listed buildings is a real challenge. As one of the biggest private owners of such properties, it is Deutsche Wohnen’s responsibility to balance laborious building preservation works, sustainability and economic viability.

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  • 08.09.2020

    Shadowing in a nursing home: board member Henrik Thomsen visits PFLEGEN & WOHNEN HORN

    As Chief Development Officer, Henrik Thomsen’s responsibilities include project development in the field of Nursing and Assisted Living. At Deutsche Wohnen subsidiary PFLEGEN & WOHNEN HAMBURG’s HORN location, he gets a glimpse of everyday life in a nursing home.

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  • 01.09.2020

    Free tours of UNESCO World Heritage sites in Berlin for Open Heritage Day

    For Open Heritage Day on 13 September 2020, historic buildings and sites across Germany will open their doors and invite people to take a stroll into the past. This year, some sites will also be available to visit online. Deutsche Wohnen’s four Berlin UNESCO World Heritage sites are also taking part: at the weekend, on 12 and 13 September, we will offer free tours through the Britz Horseshoe Estate, the Weisse Stadt, the Carl Legien Estate and the Siemensstadt Ring Estate.

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  • 29.06.2020

    Coming together for climate action: Deutsche Wohnen hosts Grüner Wirtschaftsdialog

    On 26 June 2020, at Grüner Wirtschaftsdialog e.V.’s first meeting for the “Housing industry” strategy forum, representatives of the property and energy industries and the world of politics came together to discuss climate action in the housing sector.

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  • 08.06.2020

    “We’re here for our tenants – we believe in the social market economy”

    On the “PropTalk” podcast, Chief Development Officer Henrik Thomsen discusses Deutsche Wohnen’s new-build offensive, togetherness in the time of coronavirus and the potential of digitization.

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  • 08.04.2020

    Coronavirus opinion poll: Germany’s tenants demand housing companies make a contribution to society

    How have private and commercial tenants survived the coronavirus pandemic so far? What can landlords do to help them? An opinion poll offers fascinating findings – and specific ways for housing companies to take action.

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  • 18.03.2020

    Measures adopted by Deutsche Wohnen to deal with corona crisis

    In the current, exceptional circumstances regarding the spread of Covid-19, Deutsche Wohnen has adopted a variety of measures to protect the health and safety of its tenants, service providers and employees whilst maintaining the business operations of the company.

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  • 18.02.2020

    bautec 2020: smart solutions for Deutsche Wohnen buildings

    What does the digital building of the future look like? At bautec, the Berlin trade fair, eight digital service providers will present their integrated solution for a smart building – based on Deutsche Wohnen’s specifications.

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  • 13.12.2019

    Deutsche Wohnen sells 2,175 units in Berlin

    Deutsche Wohnen has signed an agreement with the municipal housing company degewo to sell a portfolio consisting of 2,175 residential and commercial units in Berlin.

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  • 13.11.2019

    Deutsche Wohnen posts strong operating result

    Interim result as at 30 September 2019

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