Taube-Koret Campus for Jewish Life located in Palo Alto, CA is a ground-up, Type I and II structural steel and concrete cultural and senior living project. The project is designed by Steinberg Hart. This GMP project totals 687,278 square feet throughout 8.5 acres and 12 structures with two through four levels above grade. The Oshman Family Jewish Community Center buildings include the Albert & Janet Schultz Cultural Arts Hall which seats 350 people and features a two-story glass-enclosed lobby, The Richard & Rhoda Goldman Sports & Wellness Complex which includes a fitness center and indoor pool, the Leslie Family Early Learning Childhood Education Center, the Marcia & John Goldman Teen Center, the Stanford Health Library and Resource Center, and a gift shop and café. The Moldaw Family Residences include 193 independent-living units, ranging from one to three bedrooms, and 11 memory-support units. Amenities include restaurant-style dining, housekeeping, valet parking and a beauty salon. Connected parking totals 255,000 square feet and 628 stalls. Webcor self-performed concrete. This project is LEED Silver®.