perfect space for you
When One Size Doesn’t Fit All
Whether your organization is young, growing, or thriving, we’re in the business of helping you succeed. We’ll partner with you to thoughtfully customize and build out your unique space and establish a budget you’re comfortable with. Once you’re here, you’ll be part of an inspiring and supportive community that fosters growth and innovation.
It’s distinct. It’s affordable. It’s Tri-Main.
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.
Our Newest Project
45 Jewett Avenue is our newest development. The facility is a two-phase, mixed-use project that expands our current campus. In fact, it’s right next to our flagship Tri-Main Center location.
Meet the Tri-Main Community
In the News
The Tri-Main Center story is featured in Business First.
It’s great to see our vibrant community recognized!
Join Our Community.
Contact Us Today!
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
August 30, 2018
Marketing Tech was selected by Buffalo Business First as a 2018 Trailblazer Company in Western New York – congratulations!
MarketingTech Facebook Page
May 24, 2018 Central Park’s community found in Tri-Main Center
Buffalo Business First article
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 Center.read more