This active center of Jewish learning and worship received an upgrade from their 1970s-era building in a $3.5M renovation project.
The renovations include an expanded social hall, a ceiling in the entrance area twice as high as before and more windows to allow natural light into the building. All of the existing HVAC systems were replaced with new high-efficiency systems with free cooling and demand controlled outside air ventilation.
The synagogue renovation contains a newer wing that includes the sanctuary. There’s also a hospitality suite that is set up with library books and an area for snacks and drinks.