Personalize Your Space
Your orgnanization is unique and your office space should reflect that. At Tri-Main, we make it easy.
Get a Great Value & Great Service
Not only do you get a better value than other Buffalo offices, you also get unmatched, on-site landlord services.
Thrive in a Supportive Community
Enjoy your work day in a bustling mixed-used facility with more than 100 other diverse companies.
New Opportunities at the Tri-Main Campus
A hot spot for growing companies. Come find your space.
Today, Tri-Main houses more than 100 organizations ranging from professional services, community organizations, and light manufacturing to educational services. There is space available on the growing Tri-Main campus, including next door at our newest addition – 45 Jewett Ave.
Featured Space – Suite 401
Click each available space for details
Suite 317 - 7,508 sq ft... Available 10/17
Suite 330 - 11,257 ft...
Can be subdivided
Suite 401 - 3,172 sq ft . . .
Open office with kitchen
Suite 439 - 4,169 sq ft...
Suite 449 - 3,o56 sq ft... Available 10/17
Suite 452 - 1,420 sq ft... Available 10/17
Suite 605 - 2,801 sq ft...
Suite 413 - 3,645 sq ft... Available 10/17
Come Create Your New Space
At Tri-Main Center, it’s all about you – and creating a custom space that’s just right for your organization and your budget.
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