Princeton’s Center for Jewish Life completes renovation
Princeton University’s Center for Jewish Life has completed a refurbishment and energy-efficient renovation, improving about 17,800 square feet of building area.
The work was performed and announced by Princeton-based architectural and design firm JZA+D.
Updates include new furnishings and fixtures, windows and front doors to minimize energy use and reduce maintenance, and an updated security process at the building’s entrance.
The center rededicated the recently named Mandelbaum Family Lounge to commemorate the work and acknowledge donors who helped to support it.
The multipurpose center, which houses assembly, education and office facilities, was originally designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects in 1993.
According to JZA+D, improvements to the kitchen, serving and dining areas are also anticipated.