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  • Voluntary public takeover offer by Vonovia likely not successful

    Today, Deutsche Wohnen SE (“Deutsche Wohnen”) has been informed that the takeover offer by Vonovia SE (“Vonovia”) published on June 23, 2021 will likely not be successful. The minimum acceptance level of at least 50 percent of the Deutsche Wohnen shares issued at the time of the expiry of the acceptance period will not be reached according to the current estimate. Deutsche Wohnen has taken notice of the shareholder decision and will analyse the situation and the next steps accordingly.

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  • A house free of domestic violence – Deutsche Wohnen supports poster campaign of the §25/11 project

    Deutsche Wohnen is putting up posters in the entrance areas of its residential properties in Berlin to support the §25/11 campaign of the Catholic Women’s Social Service [Sozialdienst katholischer Frauen – SkF] and the PEIX Health Group. The aim of the campaign is to provide information about where women who are victims of domestic violence can get help. With the help of these posters, any women affected by domestic violence have quick and easy access to a helpline that they can use in an emergency. The posters also make it easier for relatives or neighbours to pass this information on to victims.

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  • Deutsche Wohnen takes initiative concerning sustainable building and aims to achieve sustainability certification for all its new-build projects

    Deutsche Wohnen has become a member of the German Sustainable Building Council [Deutsche Gesellschaft für Nachhaltiges Bauen – DGNB] and, in so doing, is maintaining its efforts to achieve more sustainability and climate protection in the housing sector.

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  • Siemensstadt Ring Estate: a beacon of Neues Bauen

    Siemensstadt, on the eastern outskirts of the Berlin district of Spandau, is named after the Siemens factories which were built there in the early 20th century. The area saw increasing housing development in the decades that followed. New flats were being built there as recently as the 1970s. As a result, the area boasts a wide array of architectural styles today. However, its best-known feature is probably the Siemensstadt Ring Estate.

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  • ‘A bold new approach to materials, shapes and colours.’

    The year 2019 is the year of Bauhaus: the world-famous school of design and architecture is turning 100 years old. To this day, the revolutionary ideas of the company’s founder, Walter Gropius, and the Bauhaus architects remain popular and well known. But what exactly is so fascinating about Bauhaus? What can today’s architects learn from Bauhaus? Can Bauhaus-inspired ideas be found in Deutsche Wohnen’s portfolio?

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  • Deutsche Wohnen achieves strong operating growth

    Deutsche Wohnen has completed the first half-year of 2019 successfully.

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  • New exhibition in the GEHAG Forum: Barbara Eitel, Sabine Ostermann, Christoph Scholz, Ilse Winckler

    In keeping with these difficult times, this exhibition explores different ideas about living spaces. At the same time, these spaces are also thinking spaces in which we can address our current situation in life and our desires. We invite you to the opening of this exhibition at 7 pm on Wednesday, 7th December 2022 in the foyer of Deutsche Wohnen SE, Mecklenburgische Straße 57, 14197 Berlin. The speakers will be: Marko Rosteck, Head of Corporate Communication, Deutsche Wohnen SE, Dr Ralf Hartmann, Head of the Cultural Office in Spandau.

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  • New exhibition at the GEHAG Forum with Mathias Hornung, Martin von Ostrowski and Konrad Sommer

    Because of construction work in the building it was not possible to hold exhibitions here for a long time. And then came the Covid-19 pandemic, which at the time put paid to all the plans we had in the pipeline. However, despite this second lockdown, we have prepared a new exhibition which the public will be able to visit in compliance with whatever restrictions to combat the spread of the virus apply at the time.

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  • Deutsche Wohnen makes a good start to the new financial year

    Deutsche Wohnen can look back on a positive first quarter. The company continued its policy of investing in its holdings. Of key importance in this process are sustainability and an intensive dialogue with all stakeholders. As result of acquisitions, consolidated profit rose by 7.4% to EUR 111 million in comparison to the corresponding period of the previous year.

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  • Executive Board and Supervisory Board of Deutsche Wohnen recommend shareholders to accept Vonovia offer

    The Executive Board and Supervisory Board of Deutsche Wohnen SE ("Deutsche Wohnen") today published a joint statement on the voluntary public takeover offer by Vonovia SE ("Vonovia") pursuant to Section 27 of the German Securities Acquisition and Takeover Act (Wertpapiererwerbs- und Übernahmegesetz – WpÜG). In this statement, both parties come to the conclusion that the offer is in the best interest of Deutsche Wohnen, its shareholders, customers and employees, and therefore recommend shareholders to accept Vonovia’s offer. The Executive Board and Supervisory Board have independently examined and evaluated the conditions of the offer and also taken into account fairness opinions provided by five financial advisors. Both boards believe that the offer is fair and adequate and offers Deutsche Wohnen shareholders the opportunity for a secure, timely and fair realization of value.

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