Category: B-F Preservation

Next Buffalo Central Terminal Public Engagement Meeting is on December 9th

The meeting will be a great opportunity for the community to have input on the plan and the future of the Broadway-Fillmore neighborhood.

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Bulletins from Corpus Christi, St. John Kanty and St. Stanislaus Churches for 11/08/2020

Here are the latest bulletins from Saint Stan’s, Saint John Kanty and Corpus Christi churches. Each bulletin is in PDF

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Online Presentation: Restoration of Buffalo Central Terminal – 10/07/2020 – Steel Plant Museum

Wednesday, October 7th, 2020 Join The Steel Plant Museum of WNY as they welcome Monica Pellegrino Faix, Executive Director of

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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

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Master Plan for future of the Central Terminal has started

A Master Plan for the Buffalo Central Terminal site and its connectivity to the Broadway Fillmore Neighborhood (the “Plan”) has

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Historical Tour of the Central Terminal on Sunday, August 9th

The tour will be self guided with access to long time tour guides and off limits places. Tours start at

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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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