CTRC | January 05, 2021

CTRC Adds Two New Board Members

The Central Terminal Restoration Corp. welcomes James K. Morrell and Annie O’Neil-White to the Board of Directors. The not-for-profit board is the steward of the Buffalo Central Terminal and has advocated since 1997 for reuse of the iconic art deco former train station on Buffalo’s East Side. Mr. Morrell and Ms. O’Neil-White are talented leaders with strong community knowledge. They join the board at an important point in time for the organization: 2020 was filled with focused activity on the future of the Terminal and together we will build on this momentum in 2021.

CTRC | November 26, 2020

ASI Accepts Artist Proposals for Central Terminal Project

We are excited to announce a call for artists interested in designing and implementing the next great placemaking project in Broadway-Fillmore located the Buffalo Central Terminal entry. Click the link below for more information on submitting your ideas.

CTRC | September 29, 2020

Buffalo Central Terminal Master Plan To Guide Future Reuse

A Master Plan for the Buffalo Central Terminal site and its connectivity to the Broadway Fillmore Neighborhood (the “Plan”) has started and the first of four public meetings will be held on Thursday, Oct. 8. Future investment for the adaptive reuse of the Buffalo Central Terminal site will be strengthened by this Plan that will create a clear road map to guide near and long-term decision-making regarding future redevelopment, as well as ensure the building and its future uses are better incorporated in the community.

CTRC | September 21, 2020

Central Terminal Restoration Corporation Seeking Board Member Candidates

We’re entering into an exciting time for the non-profit Central Terminal Restoration Corporation, and we are seeking suggestions for candidates to join our Board of Directors. As we execute over $5 million in grants from New York State to plan for the future reuse and for construction to create a year-round cultural hub for Western New York, we have a tremendous opportunity to strengthen our relationship with the Broadway-Fillmore neighborhood and serve as a catalyst for the continued economic resurgence on Buffalo’s East Side.