As Stefanie Koch, Managing Director of Deutsche Wohnen Immobilien Management GmbH, explains, “In our promise to tenants, we pay particular attention to the individual circumstances and income situation of our tenants and prospective tenants. This is why we give at least one in four of our flats to people with a certificate of eligibility for low-cost housing. And it is these people who we want to make an additional offer to. With these Super Holiday Passes, we can help these low-income tenants to enjoy a varied and creative summer holiday in this corona year.”
As Berlin’s largest housing company, Deutsche Wohnen is committed to encouraging inclusive co-existence in its residential estates. A key priority in this is to promote and support children and young people. In this regard, Deutsche Wohnen has, for example, supported for years the registered association Loyal, one of the most important day centres for children and young people at Kottbusser Tor in Berlin-Kreuzberg.
The Super Holiday Pass 2021/2022 is targeted at children aged 6 to 11 years and young people up to 18 years and provides access free of charge or at reduced prices to numerous events and activities in sport, play, sightseeing and culture. The pass is valid for all holidays until Easter 2022. You can find further information about the Super Holiday Pass here: www.jugendkulturservice.de.
Deutsche Wohnen is one of the leading publicly listed residential property companies in Europe. The business focus of the company is on managing its own portfolio of residential properties in dynamic metropolitan regions and conurbations in Germany. Deutsche Wohnen sees itself as having both a social responsibility and a duty to maintain and newly develop good-quality and affordable housing in vibrant residential neighbourhoods. As at 31 March 2021, the portfolio comprised a total of around 157,500 units, of which 154,600 were residential and around 2,900 commercial. Deutsche Wohnen SE is listed in the Deutsche Börse’s DAX and is also included in the leading indices EPRA/NAREIT, STOXX Europe 600, GPR 250 and DAX 50 ESG.