Town Square Renovation: Construction Update

5738 Darlington Road, Squirrel Hill

September 24, 2018 to June 30, 2019

Town Square Construction Update

Beginning Monday, February 4:

The Forbes Avenue Entrance on the Main Floor and the entire corridor will be closed for about a week.

The Forbes Avenue entrance through the Garage/Centerfit level will continue to be open. You also can enter the Irene Kaufmann building through the Darlington entrance. 

During this period, AgeWell at the JCC offices will be in the Palm Court and in Levinson.

Forbes Corridor Arch is removed – January 29, 2019

Palm Court is open! – January 11, 2019

Construction now is focused on the Forbes Avenue corridor. Both Forbes and Darlington entrances remain open.

 

Darlington Entrance is open! – December 17, 2019

We are excited to inform you that construction to raise the Darlington Entrance portico, part of our JCC Town Square renovation project, is complete.

You now can enter the Irene Kaufmann building through the Darlington entrance. The Forbes Avenue entrances on the Main floor and through Centerfit at the garage level also will continue to be open. 

Please be sure to bring your Membership card to scan in for easy and secure accesses. If you need a new card, stop by the Membership office for a one-time free replacement card.

Starting Tuesday, receptionists will be stationed at the Darlington and Centerfit entrances to ensure the safe and easy entry and exit for members and guests. The Main floor entrance on Forbes will be accessible by scanning in with your Membership card.

We thank you for your patience as we move forward with our Town Square!

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