Bailey Avenue Business Association

Bailey Avenue Business Association Bailey Avenue Business Association aims to foster a thriving business environment along Buffalo, NY’s Bailey Avenue business district. -

The purpose(s) of Bailey Avenue Business Association:

a. Formulate an organized body of active businesses and merchants within the commercial strip of Bailey Avenue, within the University District of Buffalo. b. Maintain and enhance the facades, streetscape, curbside and quality of life within Bailey by establishing and coordinating neighborhood pride and beautification projects. c. Work with business owners, property owners, block clubs, residents, law enforcement officers, elected officials, and other community leaders in order to coordinate resources and responsibilities amongst businesses within Bailey. d. Foster stronger intra- and inter-business communication and leadership through activities, including public events, emphasizing community solidarity. The foregoing will be accomplished by:

a. Establishing and collecting membership dues for the benefit of the business community within Bailey. Increasing access to other funding opportunities for Bailey businesses, by researching, identifying and applying for grants that may assist in funding programs/activities the Bailey commercial strip. Effectively collaborating with other agencies working within Bailey to support neighborhood safety and business development
d. Collaborating with and assisting local residents in organizing block clubs and task forces. e. Identifying, encouraging, and facilitating specific economic development projects within the District.

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Evans Bank Workshop: Mar 31, Apr 14 | Bailey Avenue Business Association

Get a leg up on banking and your business finances in 2016. Join BABA, Evans Bank and Canisius College for 2 free workshops.

Please join us for Financial Education Workshops sponsored by Evans Bank, with support from Canisius College and Bailey Avenue Business Association. First

Celebrating good news covering Bailey Ave!
A rebirth for Varsity Theatre on Bailey Avenue - The Buffalo News

Celebrating good news covering Bailey Ave!

The lobby of the old Varsity Theatre sparkled like a 1920s flapper. A pair of Gatsby chandeliers. A coat of pink marble. A wealth of art deco mirrors.The Bailey Avenue theater, built in 1923 as a movie house, will celebrate a grand reopening as a music venue an... - The Buffalo News


3163 Bailey Ave
Buffalo, NY

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00
Saturday 09:00 - 17:00
Sunday 09:00 - 17:00


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I try so hard to give people the benefit of doubt... but when you play with my Money... y'all already know how I go... that being said.. When I do BUSINESS Itry to give back and support my OWN... so the first place I went to was Varsity Theatre !... I paid #VarsityTheatre $1900 CASH in February to rent out the Venue for the day of my show... not only did he charge me that... he wanted an additional $1000 for his insurance for that day... 🤔... first off... I have my own Business insurance so I felt no need to pay for his... (trying to play me now)... so I said you know what.. let me do more research and find a more affordable spot (which I did)... I asked in writing for my money back like he requested in MARCH and he has yet to pay me back my full refund!!... Any other time I'd be forced to take it to the street... but I'm thinking "Business Wise" and approached the situation through my Business attorney. It's sad when you cant even do business in your OWN COMMUNITY WITH THE PEOPLE THAT LOOK LIKE YOU!!! 😡 I would NOT ADVISE ANYONE TO DO ANY TYPE OF BUSINESS WITH THIS MAN AT ALL!!