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Central Government to Take Over Management of Universiade Athletes’ Village

Central Government to Take Over Management of Universiade Athletes’ VillageThe New Constructions Office announced that all 34 buildings – including 3,408 residential units and 82 store units – which served as the athlete’s village during the 2017 Summer Universiade has been retrofitted and is ready to serve as social housing communities in compliance with the central government’s policy.
According to the agency, it is currently conducting the check and handover operations for the remaining residential and store units of D section. Occupants are expected to move in starting February 1 of 2019.
During previous phases, the first floor space of A3 building now houses the exhibition center for the Small and Medium Enterprise Administration.
The handover process for the residential and store units for A, B, and C sections to the Construction and Planning Agency (CPA) and the National Housing and Urban Regeneration Center (NHURC) have been completed on September 3, with residents and stores moving in starting November 1.
The complex will be managed and operated by both CPA and NHURC after all properties have been transferred to the central government. The facility will provide a boost to the supply of housing in the Greater Taipei region, helping to alleviate the pressure of daily living for the public.