The historic former M. Wile Co. factory building has been transformed into the new UB Downtown Gateway building, housing outreach programs as diverse as the Regional Institute and UBMD.
The UB Downtown Gateway, as part of a complex by the same name, provides space for community outreach, service and research programs with a public orientation. UB’s Regional Institute, a policy “think tank,” was the first program to take up residence in the former M. Wile & Co. building at 77 Goodell St. UBMD, the physician practice plan of the School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, along with UB’s Office of Economic Engagement, moved to the building in 2011.
Additional units that moved into the UB Gateway include the School of Management’s Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership and the Center for Educational Collaboration, a comprehensive, joint effort between UB and the Buffalo Public Schools to improve academic outcomes for all of the district’s students.
for Entrepreneurial Leadership Moves to UB Downtown
09/05/12 - The University at Buffalo School of Management's Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership (CEL) has a new home in the UB Downtown Gateway.
Medicine, Millard Fillmore College Among UB Gateway's New
01/18/12 - The University at Buffalo's downtown campus is growing. By early February, nearly 100 UB employees who had been based at various sites will have moved into new digs at the UB Gateway.
Regional Institute Celebrates New Space and New Chapter with Open
House in UB Downtown Gateway
12/15/09 - The University at Buffalo Regional Institute welcomed the community to its new space in downtown Buffalo with an open house held Dec. 15 in the UB Downtown Gateway, 77 Goodell Street.