When creating living space, we prioritise the quality of the architecture, careful urban planning and sustainable materials and take the existing building culture into account. With the acquisition of ISARIA München Projektentwicklungs GmbH and our stake in Leipziger Quarterback Immobilien AG, we are making significant investments in developing sustainable projects for entire neighbourhoods in metropolitan areas.
We’re investing in new development
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Together with QUARTERBACK Immobilien AG, Deutsche Wohnen is working on over 90 new residential and commercial development projects in total. In the next ten years, 15,000 new apartments will be built as a result. new constructions are also planned in the Nursing and Assisted Living sector.
Henrik Thomsen, CDO
‘We want to create more new development. We are taking this responsibility side by side with municipalities. We want to be a strong partner, helping to develop sustainable urban neighbourhoods offering outstanding quality of life. This is the first step. There’s more to come.’
Selected new development
On plot by the banks of the river Dahme, over 150,000 m² in area, around 1,200 apartments are taking shape, split between 64 different blocks. As well as the apartments, a nursery is also being built in the Marienufer neighbourhood. The development also includes the old Villa Bolle owned by Carl Bolle, the founder and owner of the traditional dairy of the same name. Following a fire, the villa is now a ruin that Deutsche Wohnen plans to rebuild. In the new constructions, we are putting a great deal of emphasis on sustainability, as we are also seeking certification according to the criteria of the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB).
Within walking distance of the Zwinger and the Semper Opera House a new residential neighbourhood is being built. In order to begin work on the new construction,
the previous buildings were demolished in a laborious process: two eight-storey office buildings and a low-rise building which was a canteen for VEB Energiebau Radebeul, as well as the bunker underneath. The large-scale commercial buildings are now being replaced by around 480 apartments and around 2,200 m² of commercial space. This project is also being built in line with the NaWoh evaluation system. Work on the foundations is due to start in the autumn. The first apartments should be ready to receive tenants by 2023.
Munich: HOFMARK am Olympiapark
HOFMARK is a new and vibrant neighbourhood, integrated into an urban environment with its own unique identity and exciting mix of living and working. The site, with its “campus” feel, will offer ultra-modern office spaces, 216 apartments, a nursery and vast green space.
Stuttgart: Rosenstein Trio
The new Rosenstein Trio development is a mix of offices, retail, privately financed homes and micro-apartments. A total of 262 apartments will be available in total. As part of the planned new district Rosensteinviertel in Stuttgart’s north, the project benefits from urban infrastructure and a mobility concept with outstanding public transport connections and an extensive cycle network. The property is surrounded by green space and the river Neckar is also just a few minutes away.
More new development projects
The new Heidebogen neighbourhood is situated between the Parforceheide and Potsdam-Babelsberg near Berlin. A total of 68 apartments in a woodland location will take shape here by March 2021. The two- to four-bedroom apartments are spacious and accessible. The first tenants have already moved in.
In cooperation with the Brandenburg capital and ProPotsdam, Deutsche Wohnen is building around 1,800 apartments on the former barracks in Krampnitz over the next few years. The sustainable neighbourhood is part of a new city district which will offer space for around 10,000 people to live and work. Potsdam town council is currently preparing the infrastructure concept, because the new neighbourhood is intended to have as few cars as possible.
The new Westend neighbourhood one of the biggest rental-property development projects in the Berlin district of Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf. It replaces an old, simpler development from the 1950s, which was originally built as temporary accommodation for members of the US and British armed forces. The project is planned to include around 580 new apartments in total.