Survey deadline on future of market is 06/30/2020 and online community meeting is 06/23/2020


In order to help rejuvenate the City of Buffalo’s Broadway Market as a sustainable and vibrant year-round shopping hub, the State of New York, through Empire State Development, has dedicated several million dollars to enhance the City of Buffalo’s recent investment of over $2 million in the existing market. The goal is to develop the market as a focal point for the Broadway-Fillmore neighborhood and eventually, as a regional attraction. The Market historically has played an important role as a center for year-round, international, owner-operated, affordable fresh and prepared food shops and neighborhood services. As the community around it has changed, the Market is now seeking to maximize its relevance to Broadway-Fillmore and to expand its customer base in order to serve as a sustainable stimulus to neighborhood development, as well as an attraction for the region.

Survey

Take the survey by June 30th, 2020 by stopping by our kiosk at the Market or online, here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BroadwayMarket2020 You can also scan the QR code below using the camera on your phone:

Upcoming Events

Online meeting will be held to obtain public feedback on the future vision of the Broadway Market

A Broadway Market virtual community engagement meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 23. The purpose of the meeting is to obtain public input to help develop a comprehensive business and marketing plan for the revitalization of the iconic East Buffalo market. The goal is to develop the market as a focal point for the Broadway-Fillmore neighborhood and eventually, as a regional attraction. Interested individuals may participate in the virtual meeting either online or by phone:

 

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  1. Marshaun says:

    Create offices on the 2nd floor that use 1/3 to 1/2 of the space currently use for parking. Establishing such offices can bring staedy traffic to the market. These offices may fuel the immediate community without gentrifying people out of their community.

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