Category: B-F Preservation

Photo: Aerial photo of the Central Terminal on Facebook

Day two of another great photo of the Central Terminal on Facebook. This one comes courtesy of Marc Glucksman.

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Saint John Kanty Church seeking developer for its former school building

Saint John Kanty Roman Catholic Church released an RFP (Request for Proposal) today for the purchase and redevelopment of its

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$500,000 awarded to kick-start East Side Avenues initiative

Over a half a million dollars has been awarded to local nonprofits from the East Side Collaborative Fund for revitalization

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Central Terminal Train Show September 7th and 8th

Trains return to the historic Central Terminal main concourse. Come and see trains of all scales, and historic railroad memorabilia by

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Request for proposals sought to help transform the Broadway Market

Empire State Development (ESD) has issued a request for proposals (RFP) for the Broadway Market. The RFP is a result

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Monthly Historical Tour of Central Terminal on Sunday, August 11th

Take a trip through time to learn all the old stories and history and go behind-the-scenes at the Central Terminal

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Photos: Buffalo Obscura pop up photography show at Transfiguration Church

Last night, Sarah Sutcliff and I attended the Big Tent Revival: Photography Pop Up by Buffalo Obscura at Transfiguration Church in

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The Sunset Concert Series at the Central Terminal Continues on August 14th

M&T Bank and Three 2 Go Music Alliance present the Sunset Concert series at Buffalo’s landmark Central Terminal. Coming Wednesday,

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Central Terminal Car Show on Saturday, June 29th

Classic cars and a classic building make for one great event. The Buffalo Central Terminal is holding its annual car

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Central Terminal 90th Anniversary Dinner Dance on June 22nd

This Art Deco masterpiece was built to handle over 200 trains and 10,000 passengers daily, as well as 1,500 New

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