Taikang builds Wuhan's first high-end el­derly-care com­mu­nity

Changjiang Weekly - - TOP NEWS - By Xu Jinbo

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.

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