Buffalo Walks – Richardson Olmstead Campus

Join us on Wednesday, August 9, 2017 as we tour the Richardson Olmsted Campus, 444 Forest Avenue (Towers Bldg)

A historic one-hour tour of the Richardson Olmsted Campus focusing on the past, present and future of the buildings. Hard hats will be provided. This tour does require walking and climbing multiple flights of stairs so for your safety, wear comfortable closed-toe shoes. You are encouraged to wear layers and bring water & flashlights – you may get dusty. Parking is limited so carpool if possible. You will need to sign a release form to complete the tour. Tour is $15.00 for all attendees (members and non-members).

5:15 pm Registration

5:30 pm Tour Start

RSVP by August 4, 2017

Reserve spaces online here

For reservations by email, please contact Debbie DiMatteo at ddimatteo@mtb.com

 

Queen City Pop – Up Requests For Proposals – Spring 2017

 

Mayor Byron W. Brown, Buffalo Urban Development Corporation (BUDC), Buffalo Place and Working For Downtown are encouraging the Western New York retail community to submit proposals for the Queen City Pop Up project. This initiative is designed to encourage retail activity along Main Street by creating new “pop-up” shops that feature local retailers. The winners of the Queen City Pop Up project will receive free rent in a select retail location from June 15, 2017 – September 1, 2017.

Click here for further details on the RFP requiremen

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2017 Annual Meeting

Please Save The Date: June 6, 2017

Join us Tuesday, June 6, 2017 for our Annual Meeting and Awards Ceremony.  This year’s full breakfast will begin promptly at 8:00 am with registration starting at 7:45 am at the Tewksbury Lodge located at 249 Ohio St, Buffalo, NY 14204

This year’s speaker will be Brandye Merriweather, Vice President Downtown Development, Buffalo Urban Development Corp.

RSVP by May 31, 2017

RESERVE SPACES ONLINE HERE 

For more information: www.workingfordowntown.org

or call (716) 854.2314 

Buffalo Walks – Seneca One Tower

Join us on June 8, 2017 for an update and walking tour of Seneca One Tower.  Learn about the history of the building and the current plans for redevelopment.  See firsthand where proposed retail and restaurant locations will be located, the build out of residential apartments, new vehicle entrance ways, building amenities and available Class A office space. 

5:15 pm Registration

5:30 pm Tour Start

RSVP by June 7, 2017

Reserve spaces online here

For reservations by email, please contact Debbie DiMatteo at ddimatteo@mtb.com

 

Buffalo Meets – Hearth + Press – 4.19

Join us Wednesday, April 19th at Hearth + Press for Working For Downtown’s premier social event. Formerly known as Thursday’s in the City, we’re putting together some of Buffalo’s most interesting venues with Buffalo’s most interesting people and companies.

 

The event will run from 5 – 8PM .

Hearth + Press

 665 Main Street, Buffalo, NY 14203

Working For Downtown

Buffalo Meets – March 15th @ Papaya

Join us Wednesday, March 15th at Papaya for Working For Downtown’s premier social event. Formerly known as Thursday’s in the City, we’re putting together some of Buffalo’s most interesting venues with Buffalo’s most interesting people and companies.

The event will run from 5 – 8PM and is sponsored by Allpro Parking, LLC and hosted by Working For Downtown.

Papaya
118 W. Chippewa St, Buffalo, NY 14202

Can’t wait to see you there!

Buffalo Talks – Buffalo Museum of Science – April 5, 2017

Guest Speaker: Marisa Wigglesworth
Buffalo Museum of Science

Marisa Wigglesworth will share plans for the renovation of the Buffalo Museum of Science’s final science studio, focused on space and aerospace, and the restoration of the historic Kellogg Observatory. The completion of these projects will mark the Museum’s largest transformation in the Society’s 154-year history. Reopening the Observatory will conclude a multi-million dollar campaign to transform all of the Museum’s permanent galleries into interac- tive, changeable, and educational spaces that combine hands-on learning activities with pieces from the Museum’s collection of 700,000 artifacts.

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