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Center for Tomorrow


The Center for Tomorrow is a busy and popular meeting site with a 350-seat conference and reception area and an outdoor courtyard. It houses the Office of Alumni Relations and the University at Buffalo Foundation.

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Namesake


The Center for Tomorrow is dedicated to the late William C. Baird, the major contributor to its construction.

Frank Burkett Baird Frank Burkett Baird (1852-1939) was a philanthropist and successful industrialist who came to Buffalo in 1888. Wasting little time upon arrival, he spurred the construction of the Tonawanda Iron Company, developed the Hanna Furnace Company, and served on the board of the Pan American Exposition in 1901. He was active in the university, chairing the UB Council and acting as a member of the Board of the University Foundation.

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Building Facts

Primary function: Other

Tenants: Office of Alumni Relations, Office of Conferences and Special Events, Vice President for University Development, UB Foundation

Architect: Cannon Design

Completion date: June, 1982

Gross square feet: 17,420

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