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  • 22.12.2015

    Deutsche Wohnen supports young refugees

    Deutsche Wohnen and JaKuS e.V., a Berlin-based registered charity that provides support to young people, announced the start of a cooperation project for young refugees today. As part of this project, Deutsche Wohnen will make available urgently needed accommodation to young refugees aged 15 to 17. It will also support the care provided to these young people by qualified personnel and promote their integration by adapting the tried and tested “certificate for independent living” – a programme that inducts young people into the challenges of coping in their first flat. Deutsche Wohnen is investing a total of EUR 10,000 in this project.

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  • 18.12.2015

    Deutsche Wohnen congratulates Hellersdorf on creating a world record

    The longest picnic table in the world can be seen today in the Boulevard Kastenienallee in the Berlin borough of Marzahn-Hellersdorf. With a length of 173 metres it breaks the world record by a significant margin. This new world record will now be entered into the Guinness Book of Records. In order to achieve this success, numerous residents of all ages, refugees living in a nearby hostel, young people from vocational projects run by the association KIDS & CO, pupils from local secondary schools and students from the Alice Salomon Hochschule (ASH) all worked together for six weeks with saws, hammers and screwdrivers. The world record was both initiated and organised by the association KIDS & CO, the Alice Salomon Hochschule and the Anhalt University of Applied Sciences. Deutsche Wohnen made the workshop premises available and financed the project with EUR 5,000 in total.

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  • 16.12.2015

    Deutsche Wohnen supports the SONNENHOF children’s hospice in Berlin

    In 2015 Deutsche Wohnen is supporting the SONNENHOF children’s hospice with donations, management expertise and procurement advantages in a total amount of approximately EUR 13,000. The hospice in Berlin-Niederschönhausen is a place for families with terminally ill children, teenagers and young adults.

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  • 14.12.2015

    Deutsche Wohnen Management Board and Supervisory Board advise shareholders not to accept the Vonovia’s offer

    The Management Board and the Supervisory Board of Deutsche Wohnen today published their joint opinion pursuant to Sec. 27 of the German Securities Acquisition and Takeover Act (WpÜG) regarding Vonovia’s voluntary public takeover bid.

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  • 01.12.2015

    Successful start to refurbishment of Sahlkamp-Mitte

    Deutsche Wohnen has completed the refurbishment of a total of 55 balconies at 17, Elmstraße and 39, Schwarzwaldstraße. This marks a successful start to the process of upgrading the neighbourhood of Sahlkamp-Mitte in Hanover. Next year, extensive refurbishment work is planned in Spessartweg.

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  • 27.11.2015

    Deutsche Wohnen acquires portfolios with around 15,200 residential units

    Today, Deutsche Wohnen AG entered into an agreement for the acquisition of a real estate portfolio comprising approximately 13,600 residential units from PATRIZIA Immobilien AG. In total, Deutsche Wohnen has acquired around 15,200 residential units since midyear. Around 5,600 of such residential units are located in Berlin and around 3,800 residential units are located in Kiel. The geographic focus of the portfolios have a very high overlap and concentration with Deutsche Wohnen’s existing locations. With this transaction, Deutsche Wohnen is consistently pursuing its value-adding portfolio strategy with a focus on selected urban and metropolitan areas.

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  • 24.11.2015

    Half-way point reached in refurbishment of Hellersdorfer Promenade

    Deutsche Wohnen has successfully completed about half of its refurbishment work in the neighbourhood in and around Hellersdorfer Promenade in the borough of Marzahn-Hellersdorf. The work was started in the summer of 2014. By 2017 Deutsche Wohnen will have invested around EUR 35 million in the family-friendly refurbishment of the neighbourhood with its approximately 1,300 residential and commercial units. It has been managing these holdings since the beginning of 2014.

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  • 20.11.2015

    First tenants move into Deutsche Wohnen’s new build in Potsdam-Babelsberg

    On 1 December – three months earlier than planned – the first tenants will be able to move into their flats in Deutsche Wohnen’s new build project by Heinrich-von-Kleist-Straße and Dieselstraße in Potsdam-Babelsberg. By the spring of 2016, the final building work will have been completed, with the flats being rented out step by step as they are finished.

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  • 18.11.2015

    Deutsche Wohnen continues refurbishment of the UNESCO world cultural heritage site Siemensstadt

    Deutsche Wohnen is investing a further EUR 8.4 million in the refurbishment of Berlin’s Ring Estate (Ringsiedlung Siemensstadt) in accordance with the guidelines for historic buildings and monuments. The estate has been listed as a UNESCO world heritage site since 2008. As early as June 2015 work started on the “Langer Jammer”, a 340-metre long, curved residential building at the eastern end of the estate that was built by the renowned architect Otto Bartning.

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  • 12.11.2015

    Deutsche Wohnen declares its compliance with the German Sustainability Code

    Deutsche Wohnen published its first ever statement of compliance with the German Sustainability Code on the website of the German Council for Sustainable Development [Rat für Nachhaltige Entwicklung]. At the same time, the company meets the requirements of the supplementary code, which deals specifically with the residential property industry. Alongside its sustainability report, which Deutsche Wohnen has produced every year since 2012 in accordance with the international benchmark set by the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), the statement of compliance with the German Sustainability Code is further proof of the company’s commitment to transparency and to a greater comparability of sustainable performance.

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