Tri-Main in the News

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What the Media is Saying

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Tri-Main Center tenant Bianca L. McGraw created a Black Lives Matter sculpture using more than 16,000 LEGOs

Kevin Connors & eco_logic STUDIO

Trimania‘Trimania’ celebrates arts and culture Saturday Night

Refugee urban farm on Tri-Main Center vacant property
Sustainability and creativity are a perfect and profitable match for local co-working spaces

Central Park’s community found in Tri-Main Center

Diversified LaborDiversified Labor Solutions lands $100,000 state grant

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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

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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

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The Financial Post

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


– The  Financial Post

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PostProcess Technologies headquartered at Tri-Main Center

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“Tower of Power” symbolizes rise of public art in Buffalo

45 Jewett RenderingPlanning Board OKs Tri-Main owners’ renovation plans

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Tenant Del Reid of 26 Shirts  – Bills fans donate thousands to Nashville charity after poll goes wrong 

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City Shaper: Greg Norton

Studio T3: Boasting Buffalo: The mood of the city is changing

Buffalo Game SpaceMayor charges gamers to create Buffalo video game

Fashion Friday: Meet Buffalo artist Fotini Galanes

Say WhatThousands of Bills fans buying playoff shirts

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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Building Hours

Main entrance on Halbert Street open approximately
6:30 am to 7:00 pm Monday to Friday
8:00 am to 5:00 pm Saturdays
Sundays and holidays all doors are locked

Our Mission

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.

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