New Opportunities at the Tri-Main Campus
A hot spot for growing companies.
Come find your space.
Phase one development has been completed and 38,000 square-feet of office space has been fully leased. Phase two is underway with a three-story, 42,000 square-foot building being converted from a warehouse to loft-style offices, featuring exposed beams, brick walls, and an abundance of natural light, as well as several residential units.
The space you need
Get up to 35,000-square-feet of custom-designed commercial space with loft-style exposed brick, classically-modern wooden windows, and ample parking available.
Easy access to the landlord
You can rest assured you’ll get the personal attention you deserve with Tri-Main Development located right next door.
Tri-Main Center security and our maintenance team are available to 45 Jewett tenants.
A convenient location
45 Jewett is just a half mile from the 198, and is close to the Medical Campus, SUNY Buffalo South, and the main transit lines.
Our facility has an on-site cafe and is located near the Darwin Martin House, Delaware Park, and the Buffalo Zoo.
Watch us grow
We’re spending nearly $5 million to bring these historical buildings back to life. Check back for regulary updated project pictures.
Want to know more?
Want to call Tri-Main “home” for your company? Become a part of our bustling business community today.
We have an unwavering commitment to the revitalization movement in Buffalo – and creating spaces that reflect the ingenuity and innovation of our community.
Events & Cool Stuff
At Tri-Main, we believe in creating space that reflects and fosters innovation and revitalization of our community. You should work someplace that makes you happy. That’s why we do more than offer distinctive office spaces. We offer plenty of networking, educational and social opportunities, too.
From Our Blog
For 26 years we have been fortunate to have Dawn Russell creating the positive . . .read more
Buffalo Arts Studio, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Koch Metal and Tri-Main Center Public Art Project. Murals by Dan Galas. Bridging the 2 sides of Main Street. — at Tri-Main...read more