Public meeting on Buffalo Central Terminal redevelopment to be held on Thursday, October 8th

The first of four public meetings intended to provide a road map for the future of the Central Terminal and its connection to the Broadway-Fillmore neighborhood will be held online at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 8.

The plan being initiated by the Central Terminal Restoration Corp., the property’s not-for-profit owner, will build on recommendations made by the Urban Land Institute in 2017, which encouraged the creation of a year-round, regional venue on the former train station’s main concourse.

The Central Terminal Restoration Corporation is hoping to see redeveloped and returned to use. The building is on the National Register of Historic Places.

To participate, go to buffaloterminalplan.org on Thursday for links to access the virtual meeting.