The Broadway and Filmore district has been getting updates and improvements on buildings in that area, like the iconic Broadway Market and all the new stores and shopping plazas. The Buffalo Central Terminal is another big part of that area, it was reopened to the public back in 2003 for tours after being closed for over forty years since the last train ran in 1979. There is important planning taking place right now that will maximize connections between the Central Terminal and the Broadway Filmore neighborhood and also guide future development that is beneficial to everyone and will attract private investment.

What Employment Opportunities Are Available?

The Buffalo Central Terminal is looking for a full-time Accosiatie Director with a strong background to assist the Executive Director and the Board of Directors implement plans and advance the reuse of the Buffalo Central Terminal. The position requires someone that is a self-starter and a strategic thinker, the candidate should have at least three years of experience in management or a senior-level position with great organizational skills and excellent communication skills.

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The terminal was built in 1929 and it was one of the countries busiest train stations for 50 years, it was built to handle over 200 trains and 10,000 passengers daily. Now that renovations are being done there will be room for other things like retail and other vendors to be put in place at the terminal, I'm excited to see what's in store for the future.

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