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For owner-occupiers and investors, we design projects that represent an attractive living space for generations and generate income sustainably.

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The development of sustainable residential concepts is our drive

The planning and development of entire city districts and the construction of residential and apartment buildings is just as much part of our range of services as the renovation of listed buildings. As a partner of cities and municipalities, the integration of social aspects into our planning has a very high priority. As part of our project developments, there are more than 2,000 social housing units under construction or in planning in Germany (status September 30, 2019). In addition, we are developing neighborhoods with new day-care centers and we are participating in the costs of new school buildings.




Instone Real Estate Group AG publishes preliminary figures for the financial year 2019

Residential property developer continues substantial top and bottom line growth /// Adjusted fiscal year 2019 revenues almost doubled /// Adjusted…

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Bavaria North

SEETOR City Campus Nuremberg: Instone Real Estate to realise privately-financed residential ensemble with around 200 units – 97 subsidised residential units to be built by GBI Wohnungsbau

Construction due to start in spring with completion expected by 2023 /// The SEETOR neighbourhood development is the first joint Instone and Sontowski…

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North Rhine-Westphalia

Instone sells 104 residential units in the "Wohnen im Hochfeld" district in Dusseldorf to LEG

Package also includes a children's day care centre and smaller commercial units /// The land use plan has been approved /// The overall project…

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North Rhine-Westphalia

Land use plan for Instone residential project in Dusseldorf approved, next phase initiated

Dusseldorf City Council passes land use plan for the "Wohnen im Hochfeld" neighbourhood development project /// 360 apartments including subsidised…

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