The University of Notre Dame opened Campus Crossroads in fall of 2017 in Notre Dame, Ind. The $400 million project included the construction of three buildings adjacent to Notre Dame Stadium: O’Neill Hall, Corbett Family Hall, and Duncan Student Center. The project provides over 800,000 sf of classrooms, labs, meeting rooms, event venues, and performance spaces designed for integration with game-day activities at the renovated stadium. The six-story O'Neill Hall supports music programs with rehearsal and performance spaces, practice rooms, teaching studios, and departmental offices. On the fourth floor, the South Club hospitality space offers sophisticated audiovisual technologies for high-definition viewing of sporting events. The nine-story Corbett Family Hall houses classrooms, labs, and offices for the departments of anthropology and psychology, as well as a digital media center, studios, and the Downes Club hospitality space which can serve as a 100-seat classroom. The nine-story Duncan Student Center offers restaurants, an innovation lounge, a climbing wall, a career center, broadcasting facilities, a ballroom, a recreational sports center, and space for the 1842 Club and the Rasmus Family Club. The S/L/A/M Collaborative was the executive architect for the $400 million project, working in collaboration with RATIO and design/build contractor Barton Malow. HOK was the sports architect and Workshop Architects designed the Duncan Student Center.