Preserving what’s old and valuable in all its glory
With its approximately 30,000 listed residential units, Deutsche Wohnen is one of the largest private owners of such residential properties in Germany. Preserving what is old and taking on responsibility for the things that are worthy of protection while nevertheless making modern living possible – these are the requirements when refurbishing listed residential properties. Deutsche Wohnen successfully applied its extensive and comprehensive experience in this area in Dresden-Kaditz and in Berlin-Zehlendorf too.
Kaditz is a peaceful and green district located in the north-west of Dresden, to the right of the River Elbe. It is a very special open perimeter block development located between Dungerstraße, Bobestraße and Geibelstraße. Now comprising four floors following conversion of the attics, the buildings were designed in the German reform architecture style with neoclassical elements. They are believed to have been built in the first 20 years of the last century – the building records that could corroborate this no longer exist as the building archives were destroyed by fire in the war.