BUFFALO, N.Y. — Calling it a 'game changing opportunity for Buffalo,' the Project for Public Spaces announced Monday three local organizations have been awarded Community Placemaking Grants.
As a result, the Central Terminal, Buffalo Heritage Carousel and Buffalo Urban Development Corp. (BUDC) will receive financial support, project management expertise and technical assistance to see their spaces come to life.
The grants were open to three priority communities where their partner, General Motors, has facilities: Buffalo, Nashville and Kansas City, Kansas. You can learn more about the three projects here.
The Community Placemaking Grants were launched in 2021 to connect U.S.-based nonprofits and government agencies to funding to transform public spaces.