Taikang builds Wuhan's first high-end elderly-care community
As the first world-class elderly living community in Wuhan, the clubhouse of Taikang Chu Garden was completed on May 28 and is expected to open for elderly residents in 2019. Designed by the Japanese designer Kengo Kuma and his team who also designed the main venue of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, the clubhouse aims to provide seniors with several services including meals, exercise, dancing, and a senior college.
With an area of 10,000 square meters, the clubhouse is equipped with a dining-room, a mini-theater, a handwork studio, a painting room, a billiards room, a SPA beauty parlor, a heated swimming pool, an indoor running track, and a meditation room.
With a total investment of RMB 2.5 billion by Taikang Group, the Chu Garden community is the first largescale elderly living community in Central China with full functions that provide constant nursing and care with international standards. After its completion, 1,700 units will be available, 70 percent of which have already been reserved.