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  • 31.05.2018

    Transparency and comparability of sustainability performance: Deutsche Wohnen presents 6th Sustainability Report

    Today, Deutsche Wohnen presented its Sustainability Report for the 2017 financial year, prepared in accordance with standards of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI). Designed to complement the Annual Report, the Sustainability Report provides comprehensive information on the company’s understanding of sustainability as well as details of the firm’s sustainability performance.

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  • 15.05.2018

    Deutsche Wohnen off to a strong start in 2018

    Deutsche Wohnen has made a successful start to 2018, more than doubling its net income in the first quarter to EUR 103.4 million (Q1 2017:EUR 47.3 million). This is partly due to higher earnings from Residential Property Management and partly due to the improved financial result.

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  • 23.03.2018

    Deutsche Wohnen: record result and strong increase in value thanks to focused portfolio strategy

    Deutsche Wohnen concluded the financial year 2017 with a group profit of EUR 1.8 billion (+9% as against 2016). The result marks a new record in the company’s history and is in keeping with the successes of previous years.

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  • 13.03.2018

    New build in Westend - local borough authority and Deutsche Wohnen sign an urban development contract

    It is one of the largest new build projects for rental housing in the borough of Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf. Approximately 580 new flats will be built in Westend close to the Olympic Stadium, the Waldbühne (a large, open-air amphitheatre) and Grunewald (a nearby woodland area) as a replacement for around 200 existing flats. Today, Oliver Schruoffenegger, the borough councillor with responsibility for building and housing in Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, and Deutsche Wohnen, as the developer, signed the urban development contract that is needed for this project at a press conference. Following an intensive process of consultation between all parties involved, this means that an important part of the planning process has been successfully completed.

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  • 06.03.2018

    DW Fund 2018 open for applications

    This year, Deutsche Wohnen has once again put EUR 10,000 into its DW fund for the Falkenhagener Feld district. As of now, local initiatives and associations in the neighbourhood can apply for money from the fund to support their projects for children and young people. To gain an impression of the Falkenhagener Feld district, representatives of Deutsche Wohnen, accompanied by the neighbourhood management team Falkenhagener Feld East, went on a walkabout there last week with Frank Bewig, the borough councillor responsible for construction.

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  • 15.02.2018

    Deutsche Wohnen is a partner of the smart home project B-Colab

    Intelligent light bulbs, or apps which you can use to control the heating – the developments in smart home technology and the accompanying processes of digitisation are changing the housing industry. At the same time, “digital natives”, who have grown up with the internet and are open to such technology, are becoming increasingly important for companies. B-Colab is a project in which Deutsche Wohnen is cooperating with the Institute of Electronic Business and iHaus, who are specialists in automated buildings and have a smart home app of the same name. The project brings digital natives and smart home technology together and researches, amongst other things, the advantages of these new technologies in creating an intelligent home.

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