Tri-Main in the News

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What the Media is Saying

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The Buffalo News

The pioneering work of Toronto-based developer Elgin M. Wolfe and his partners in the early 1990s transformed a former Trico factory into a mixed-use development and provided an important blueprint for adaptive reuse movement that would explode here in the early 2000s.

– The Buffalo News

American Style Magazine

It’s a city that describes its arts as “experimental,” “highly prized,” “vibrant.” Among the catalysts are initiatives at the Tri-Main Center.

– American Style Magazine

The Financial Post

. . . Along the broad, freshly painted hallways of Tri-Main Building mask a wonderous assortment of businesses and organizations.

– The  Financial Post

Check out some of our appearances in local and national press.

WGRZ-TV Channel 2 | May 8, 2017

City Shaper: Tri-Main Center (video)

WGRZ City Shapers Segment

“It was completely wide-open floor plans. There weren’t any corridors as you’re looking down now. So, it was an abandoned warehouse,” says Tri-Main Development President Matt Wolfe.

Congratulations, Tri-Main Center Tenant, Empire Visual Effects…

Check out the trailer for the film Marshall, shot here in Buffalo, NY! Empire Visual Effects was proud to provide visual effects, including digitally restoring the Central Terminal and on-set supervision. See the film this fall!

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Bridging the 2 Sides of Main Street

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...

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