Many people from Buffalo know the history of the Buffalo Central Terminal, the former railroad station was active from 1929 to 1979 and is now considered a Buffalo historic landmark. There have been some recent upgrades and the terminal is remodeled and ready for public use, the question is, what is it going to be used for?

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the Buffalo Central Terminal will hold a public meeting Via Zoom, this Thursday night April 8, 2021, at 6 p.m. The meeting will be held to talk about the vision and the redevelopment strategy for the terminal and the grounds. The meeting will be free to all and it is encouraged that you pre-register here.

This meeting is a celebration of nearly 10 months of dedication in inclusive work with the community on a Master Plan for the Buffalo Central Terminal. Together we will launch a Master Plan as a vision for the future.

said, Ujijji Davis who is the project manager with the Smith group.

The ideas for the future of the terminal building and grounds will be presented, and the final Master Plan will be put together with the input of the people gathered at the meeting. This plan will be funded by a $400,000 grant through phase 2 of Governor Andrew Cuomo's Buffalo Billion plan.

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Buffalo residents that live in that area, and would like to be included in the Master Plan should pre-register and let their thoughts be heard. This project has been in the works for some time now, and it's good to see it finally coming together.

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