Grand Island, NY Native to Build a Film Studio in WNY

Grand Island, NY native Matt Fleckenstein who owns Buffalo Studios is opening a movie studio in Western New York. Matt is a multiple Emmy-nominated writer and producer in Hollywood, and he is spearheading this amazing project in the Buffalo area. In recent years, we’ve seen several major movie production companies using Western New York as their filming locations for movies. Now, we’re embracing the attraction!

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What Will This Bring to WNY?

Besides a beautiful design and world class film studio, this campus will bring job opportunities for Hollywood and film creatives. It will put Western New York even more on the map and provide an outlet for people to make movies. This could be a very big opportunity for newcomers around the country. The studio will also create training and internship opportunities for the University at Buffalo.

Timetable for the Buffalo Studio

The project will be funded by private investment and construction loans. They’re planning to break ground in the spring of 2021, and hopefully have it completed by the end of 2022. It would be great to see how things turn out for the studio. As Western New Yorkers, this is a very exciting time in our region, and we can’t wait to see what this brings to our community. We hope it will attract more people to come visit and even live in this area of New York.

Town Hall Terrace

If you’re looking to stay in the Buffalo area or move to a new location in the region, we encourage you to come live with us at Town Hall Terrace. We are located in Grand Island, NY, which means we’re close enough to the city of Buffalo and Niagara Falls. If you’re looking for a quiet place to live without all the hustle and bustle but close enough to drive to, contact Town Hall Terrace at 716-773-2788 today or visit us online for more information!

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