“As the largest housing company in Berlin, Deutsche Wohnen is committed to integrated communities in its housing. And our particular interest is in providing help and support to children and young people. With these holiday passes, we would like to enable our youngest tenants to enjoy a creative summer holiday that is full of variety,” explained Stefanie Steinfurth, the Head of Region East of Deutsche Wohnen Immobilien Management GmbH.
With more than 100,000 flats in Greater Berlin, Deutsche Wohnen is the largest housing company in the capital. Deutsche Wohnen works closely with local social centres in its estates and, in this way, supports work designed to strengthen the neighbourhood and relations between neighbours.
The Super Holiday Pass 2015/2016 is aimed at children between 6 and 11, and at young people up to 18 years, and offers free entrance or a reduced entrance fee to numerous events and locations in the areas of sport, play, sightseeing and culture. The pass is valid for all holidays until Easter 2016. For further information about the Super Holiday Pass 2015/2016, please see: www.jugendkulturservice.de.
Deutsche Wohnen is one of the largest publicly listed residential property companies in Germany and Europe with a business focus on managing and developing its residential property portfolio. As at 31 March 2015 the portfolio comprised 148,900 units, of which 146,800 were residential and 2,100 commercial. Deutsche Wohnen owns flats in four Berlin Modernist housing estates, which were given UNESCO world cultural heritage status in July 2008: White City, the Horseshoe Estate in Britz, the Carl Legien Estate in Prenzlauer Berg and the Ring Estate (Siemensstadt).