Provide support, don’t ignore conflicts between neighbours
Provide support, don’t ignore conflicts between neighbours
Living

Provide support, don’t ignore conflicts between neighbours

22. 06. 2021 by Thomas Brey

BUWOG supplements the work of property management with competent “conflict support” and can therefore decisively improve coexistence and the satisfaction of tenants living in BUWOG properties. Klaudia Wrobel, a trained mediator from the quality management department, knows how this works.

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RIVUS, or: what are the possibilities of neighbourhood development?
RIVUS, or: what are the possibilities of neighbourhood development?
Living

RIVUS, or: what are the possibilities of neighbourhood development?

26. 02. 2021 by Thassilo Hazod

With construction of the last section of RIVUS Vivere beginning at the start of February 2021, the large-scale RIVUS project is nearing completion. In the interest of sustainability, use of the existing space is optimal, from numerous playgrounds and green areas to underground garages, a swimming pool on one rooftop and a sports ground on another – reason enough to take a closer look at the quarter and its special features with head of project development at BUWOG, Michael Herbek.

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United in diversity – under the BUWOG brand
United in diversity – under the BUWOG brand
Living

United in diversity – under the BUWOG brand

12. 01. 2021 by Michael Divé

In April 2020, the takeover of Hessian project developer Bien-Ries was completed, and the integration is now moving along. As of January 2021, the Hanau-based company will be “rebranded”: Bien-Ries will become BUWOG. This means that new construction activity will be managed nationwide under the uniform brand name.

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New living space through urban consolidation: Building in courtyards
New living space through urban consolidation: Building in courtyards
Living

New living space through urban consolidation: Building in courtyards

28. 10. 2019 by Michael Divé

Berlin needs new living space. So far, so clear. But to prevent the loss of open green space in the process, urban consolidation is increasingly seen as an answer. A good example is the new construction project BUWOG XBERG LIVING in Berlin-Kreuzberg. Here a grey rear courtyard is gradually being turned into a green oasis.

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