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  • 06.12.2016

    New playgrounds for Prohlis-Süd

    Deutsche Wohnen has successfully completed its work on creating six new playgrounds in its residential estate – which comprises 1,900 flats – in Dresden-Prohlis. At the beginning of December 2016, work on the estate, which is built around Senftenberger Straße and Prohliser Allee, was completed and the playgrounds were released for use. Deutsche Wohnen has invested approximately EUR 170,000 in making the estate family-friendly.

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  • 16.11.2016

    Deutsche Wohnen receives the “Good Buildings in the Federal State of Brandenburg Award”

    Deutsche Wohnen has received the “Good Buildings in the Federal State of Brandenburg Award” for its refurbishment of an historic railway workers’ estate in Elstal in accordance with the estate’s listed status. This award for outstanding work in terms of architecture and overall planning is only made by the local Brandenburg Association of the Federal Association of German Architects [Bundesverband Deutscher Architekten] once every four years.

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  • 15.09.2016

    Deutsche Wohnen receives the PLATOW Real Estate Award 2016

    The Deutsche Wohnen Group received the PLATOW Real Estate Award in Frankfurt am Main today in the “Housing” category. The award is given by Germany’s well-renowned and oldest economic information service, “the PLATOW newsletter” [Der PLATOW Brief]. For around 70 years, the PLATOW newsletter has been providing information on economic developments in Germany and the rest of the world in a journalistic form that is concise and to the point.

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  • 09.09.2016

    Motivation driven by players’ identification with their club: Füchse win world club championship once again

    The Füchse Berlin have won the IHF Super Globe, successfully defending the title they won last year. In the final they defeated Paris St. Germain - arguably the best team in the world – 29:28 (half-time: 12:15). And this, despite the fact that at one stage they were seven goals behind.

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  • 14.06.2016

    Deutsche Wohnen makes it possible for the Bröhan Museum to have a regular day that is free of charge

    For years the Bröhan Museum, Berlin’s state museum for art nouveau, art deco and functionalism, was able to make the first Wednesday in every month free of charge to its visitors – and this was an extremely popular policy. However, in November 2015 this arrangement had to be discontinued for cost reasons, and the museum began to look intensively for a suitable sponsor to enable it to offer the chance of a free visit once a month in future. In Deutsche Wohnen AG it has now found a partner whose financial commitment will secure the existence of a free admission day over the long term. This means that from July 2016 entrance to all exhibitions in the museum, including special exhibitions, will be free of charge for visitors on the first Wednesday of every month. The free admission days are also being extended in scope by the addition of cost-free “after-work” guided tours by the curators, which will take place at 5 pm.

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  • 13.05.2016

    Outstanding first quarter for Deutsche Wohnen

    Deutsche Wohnen has made a successful start to the financial year 2016. It was able to significantly increase Funds from Operations (FFO I) by 42% to EUR 100.9 million (previous year: EUR 71.3 million) whilst FFO I per share rose by 25% to EUR 0.30. Taking into consideration Earnings from Disposals, FFO II increased by 55% to EUR 124.6 million (previous year: EUR 80.6 million) and, calculated per share, by approximately 37% to EUR 0.37. Deutsche Wohnen succeeded in raising Group profit (earnings after taxes), which was adversely affected in the previous year by the negative development in the value of the convertible bonds, to EUR 100.6 million (previous year: EUR -44.2 million).

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  • 29.03.2016

    Deutsche Wohnen would like to get children interested in nature and supports innovative project by the Open-Air Laboratory Marzahn

    The Open-Air Laboratory Marzahn is starting an innovative learning project for children, called “Teamwork Nature Games”, in April 2016. The project wants to get children interested in nature and, at the same time, teach teamwork skills and problem-solving skills. Deutsche Wohnen is making EUR 2,500 available for this project. In so doing, it is making it possible to finance materials for the project and two co-workers.

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  • 23.03.2016

    Deutsche Wohnen supports child and youth projects in Spandau: applications to the DW fund now possible

    Deutsche Wohnen is continuing its social involvement in Spandau and has made a total of EUR 10,000 available to the DW fund (formerly GSW fund) this year. The fund is directed at associations, action groups and projects that provide services and activities for children and young people in the Falkenhagener Feld district. These groups can now apply to the fund for support.

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  • 17.02.2016

    Highest award for Deutsche Wohnen’s “Stadtquartier Westend” project

    Deutsche Wohnen’s project, “Stadtquartier Westend” in Berlin has been given a “platinum” award by the German Association for Sustainable Building [Deutsche Gesellschaft für Nachhaltiges Bauen – DGNB]. This makes the estate, which is planned in Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, one of the first city-centre residential neighbourhoods focussing on the construction of rental housing to be given a pre-certificate by the DGNB anywhere in Germany.

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  • 10.02.2016

    Majority of shareholders of Deutsche Wohnen declines takeover offer by Vonovia

    Vonovia's hostile takeover offer to the shareholders of Deutsche Wohnen failed. The minimum acceptance threshold of 50 per cent of the share capital was clearly missed.

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