Danke achieves WELL silver certification for Beijing coliving project

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China: Danke has announced its Model Room Center in Beijing has received the WELL Silver Certification from the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI).

Danke is one of the largest coliving platforms in China, and listed on the New York Stock Exchange in January this year. It is the first company in the world to obtain the WELL certification for a coliving project.

Launched in 2014, the WELL Building Standard, administered by IWBI, is a global rating system for buildings, interior spaces and communities seeking to implement, validate and measure features that support and advance human health and wellness.

The WELL Building Standard rating system consists of more than 100 evaluation standards in seven categories, including air, mind, nourishment, comfort, light, water and fitness. More than 4,100 projects encompassing over 527 million square feet are applying the WELL standards in 59 countries. Danke's Model Room Center obtained the WELL Silver Certification after more than six months of evaluation by IWBI.

"The WELL certification is a recognition of Danke's efforts to provide a healthy and comfortable living environment for our residents," said Jing Gao, co-founder and CEO of Danke. "We will continue to leverage innovative technology to help people live better, and drive the sustainable growth of the co-living platform industry in China."

Danke says it has developed a complete system and process to ensure all its apartments meet high quality standards. The system includes R&D of housing products, supplier management, raw material upgrades, construction process control, air quality testing, unoccupied house ventilation, introduction of intelligent ventilation system, and housing quality control.


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