Category: B-F Preservation

Saint Stan’s will officially reopen for Mass on Saturday, July 4th

From Saint Stan’s: St. Stanislaus is following the guidelines established by the Diocese of Buffalo and the CDC.  Keep in

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Historic Concordia Cemetery is Going to the Goats

Historic Concordia Cemetery is Going to the Goats! When: July 16 & 17, 2020 10 am – whenever Where: Historic

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Initiative to Revitalize Buffalo’s Iconic Broadway Market Launches with an Online Survey

Public is invited to respond to online survey now and participate in future community meetings once the COVID-19 crisis is

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Beautiful 605 Fillmore Avenue is For Sale

605 Fillmore Ave. hit the market a few weeks ago. This building is a Tudor Revival beauty. It sits at

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Central Terminal looking to hire Community Engagement Coordinator

The CTRC (Central Terminal Restoration Corporation) is seeking a Community Engagement Coordinator. From the CTRC: The Community Engagement Coordinator will

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Photo: That time the Central Terminal was used to sell appliances

The internet and social media are amazing. Both have opened the door to a lot of sharing of great photos

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City wants public input for the future of Buffalo’s Broadway Market

If you’re a Buffalo resident, here’s your opportunity to give input on what should happen to revive the Broadway Market

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Video: Cool Instagram Short of the Central Terminal

I stumbled across this cool short video of the Central Terminal on Instagram. I hope you enjoy. And, I need

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Central Terminal Restoration Corporation releases request for proposals to address site and neighborhood planning

The Central Terminal Restoration Corporation (CTRC) is accepting Request for Proposals (RFP). The idea is to help formulate master plan

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The Buffalo Central Terminal completes its electric, solar and lighting initiative

The Central Terminal Restoration Corporation announced the completion of its electric, solar and lighting initiative for the historic building. The

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