The history and legacy of the Buffalo Central Terminal is an integral part of Western New York from pre-Depression through war time to the present and adaptive reuse.
Take a few moments and read all about the inception to present day of this National Landmark. Then visit us for a more personal view.Discover
Restoration has now started on this Landmark structure. The Center for Restoration Arts & Sciences will have a significant and positive impact on Western New York and beyond.
Learn more about our processes and Leadership in attaining that goal and become part of the process by volunteering.Discover
If you’re a local business, professional service, trades union, family or individual, you can volunteer with the Buffalo Central Terminal and be part of this magnificent structure’s renaissance!
We’re always willing to share this unique learning experience with you if you’re willing to roll up your sleeves with us. Just click “Discover.”Discover
From Hard Hat Tours to Sunset Date Nights, ParaHistory (Ghost tours with a twist) to Candle Light Tours you are all invited to experience the Terminal in so very many ways!
See what’s going on during restoration and witness progress in bringing back this National Landmark and our region’s most iconic architectural jewels.Discover
Enclosed below is a Request for Proposals for the Redevelopment of Buffalo’s Central Terminal.
This Art Deco masterpiece, located at 495 Paderewski Drive, Buffalo, New York, contains, in total, approximately 523,000 gross square feet of space.
Letters of Interest are due by March 20, 2015, and qualification packages should be submitted by May 1, 2015.
Please contact Paul R. Lang at email@example.com with any questions, or if you would like to discuss this matter in greater detail.
We look forward to hearing from you.
The Central Terminal is poised for a rebirth. This magnificent structure has proved throughout its history to be an outstanding, well-suited and historically significant facility for transportation.
Erie County Legislature