The prospering conurbations we focus on include the Greater Berlin area, the Rhine/Main area, Rhineland, Dresden and Hanover/Braunschweig, as well as other growing metropolitan regions. The vast majority of our properties and residential facilities are found here. Our portfolio comprises 167,000 units and consists of 164,300 residential units, with an area of nearly 10 million square metres, and 2,700 commercial properties.
Our portfolio is highly architecturally diverse: from classic modern estates and old buildings to large developments and new builds. We also own four UNESCO World Heritage listed buildings: the Horseshoe Estate, the Weiße Stadt, the Carl Legien Estate and the Siemensstadt Ring Estate – all in Berlin. As well as the significant diversity in terms of location and architecture, we also offer our customers a wide range of homes – from one-bedroom apartments to living space for the whole family. A selection of our neighbourhoods you may find here.
Our core regions
Deutsche Wohnen’s property portfolio in Greater Berlin is both large and architecturally diverse. In addition to six world-famous UNESCO World Heritage sites in the Berlin Modernism (‘Berliner Moderne’) style, its 116,000 holdings include estates from the 1950s and 1960s, large housing developments from the 1980s and 1990s, and historic buildings from the late 19th/early 20th century. The holdings in Greater Berlin are located throughout the city itself and also outside it – especially in Brandenburg’s state capital, Potsdam.
Deutsche Wohnen has a total portfolio of approximately 14,000 units in the Rhine/Main region. This comprises a wide range of residential units with a focus on apartments in the metropolitan regions of Frankfurt, Mainz, Ludwigshafen and Mannheim. In addition to housing estates dating from throughout the last century, classic historic buildings from the late 19th/early 20th century and luxurious new properties form a key part of the portfolio.
The Deutsche Wohnen portfolio in the Hanover/Braunschweig metropolitan area is made up of some 9,000 units and offers something for everyone. Just over half of the holdings are on standard housing estates in and around Hanover and Braunschweig, while the remainder consists of historic buildings and individual properties in the cities – some in central locations.
Deutsche Wohnen owns approximately 14,000 units in the metropolitan areas in central Germany, with an attractive combination of properties on housing estates and historic buildings. In regional terms, there is a strong focus on Dresden and Leipzig, which together account for just over half of the holdings. Deutsche Wohnen has considerably expanded its portfolio in these two cities in recent years, adding high-quality historic buildings. Its portfolio in Magdeburg, Halle (Saale), Erfurt and Chemnitz is also dominated by historic properties, including architecturally impressive buildings from the early 20th century.
With around 5,000 units on standard housing estates in Kiel and Lübeck, Deutsche Wohnen also has a presence in northern Germany. Most of the holdings in this region are located in Schleswig-Holstein’s state capital, Kiel, and blend into the cityscape. Meanwhile, the properties in Lübeck – famous for its marzipan and once part of the Hanseatic League – can be found on standard housing estates dating from the mid-20th century and boast excellent transport links both locally and nationally.
Consisting of some 5,000 units, Deutsche Wohnen’s portfolio in the Rhineland stretches from Dusseldorf in the North to Konstanz in the South. It features a wide range of architectural styles and also includes holdings in cities such as Bonn and Wiesbaden. The properties were constructed in various eras, from the late 19th/early 20th century and the post-war period to the 1990s.
Nursing facilities of Deutsche Wohnen
In the Nursing division, Deutsche Wohnen owns a total of 88 facilities in the states of Baden-Württemberg, Bavaria, Berlin, Brandenburg, Hamburg, Lower Saxony, North Rhine-Westphalia, Rhineland-Palatinate, Schleswig-Holstein, Saxony and Thuringia. Some of the facilities are run by KATHARINENHOF Seniorenwohn- und Pflegeanlage Betriebs-GmbH and Pflegen und Wohnen Hamburg GmbH, in which Deutsche Wohnen holds a share.