Here a wonderful piece from John Gruber about the Apple Park and the Steve Jobs Theater, which was unveiled at the Apple Special Event of September 2017.
My favorite part from the piece was his thoughts on the opening tribute to Steve Jobs in the event:
They let Jobs speak for himself, playing a clip of him addressing an internal company meeting that had heretofore never before been revealed in public. It included this utterly Jobsian observation: “One of the ways that I believe people express their appreciate to the rest of humanity is to make something wonderful and put it out there.” The whole passage was great — a remarkably cogent summation of Apple’s purpose as a company, and an inspiration for everyone else. “Make something wonderful and put it out there” — what perfect words with which to publicly open this magnificent theater. And hearing Steve Jobs’s voice open an Apple event one more time — my god, there wasn’t a dry eye in the room.