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.

CTRC Community Engagement Coordinator Job Opening | March 06, 2020

Central Terminal Restoration Corporation publishes Community Engagement Coordinator Job Opening

The Community Engagement Coordinator will manage the Central Terminal’s community partnerships and outreach programs across multiple venues and have an active role in the Site & Neighborhood Planning development and implementation. This role will be an important component of the planning and future development of the Central Terminal through meaningful, consistent and relevant connections with key community groups and stakeholders.