The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Crestwood building is a full-phase prototype building designed by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It was constructed on approximately five acres at the entry to a residential area near Crestwood, Kentucky. The 24,119 square foot building consists of offices, classrooms, a serving area, a chapel, and a cultural hall with a stage area. The cultural hall is separated from the chapel by a folding partition that increases the chapel occupancy to 900 people when opened. When the partition is open retractable projection screens are lowered on the sides of the cultural hall to aid in the viewing of the pulpit with live video. A picnic pavilion and storage building are also located on the site.