harborcenter with new banners showcasing a few of it’s future tenants. - Buffalo, NY


harborcenter with new banners showcasing a few of it’s future tenants. - Buffalo, NY

HARBORCENTER President John R. Koelmel today unveiled plans for (716) Food and Sport , HARBORCENTER’s 13,000 square foot dining establishment.


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“I want to help improve and develop goaltenders at all levels at the Academy of Hockey,” Biron said. “As a father of four, I am very passionate about youth hockey development and am excited to work with young players. I’m equally eager to help goaltenders at the junior and professional levels to advance their game to an elite level. I am very excited to return to Buffalo and give back to the people and community who were so supportive throughout my career.”

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IMPACT Sports Performance Coming to HARBORCENTER

HARBORCENTER President John R. Koelmel today announced that IMPACT Sports Performance will operate HARBORCENTER’s 5,000 square foot, high performance off-ice training facility.

“We are excited to partner with Jason Jerome and IMPACT Sports Performance to provide elite level training for athletes at HARBORCENTER,” Koelmel said. “IMPACT is on the cutting edge of athletic training, and at HARBORCENTER the training staff will work with best-in-class facilities and equipment, adjacent to the ice rinks on the sixth level, to help athletes realize their maximum potential.”

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Kevyn Adams makes preparations for the Academy of Hockey

Construction crews reached a major milestone on Tuesday (1/21)

Mortenson Construction workers reached another project milestone Tuesday morning as the structural steel began to rise to support the 6th floor ice rinks. Photos courtesy of Bill Wippert (@BWipp)

The structural steel that will support the ice rinks on the sixth floor began arriving at the HARBORCENTER site on January 17, 2014.

Views from one of the construction cranes on Friday (1/10/14).

Construction Crews Install the Ice Plan to Support the Arena;

(1/3/14) Construction crews lift the 51,000 pound Ice Plant up to the 6th floor ice rinks.

A profile of construction worker Frankie Ventura, who also worked on the crew that built First Niagara Center.

HARBORCENTER Construction Update (12/19/14)

HARBORCENTER Announces Team of the Month Contest

Nominations accepted on the HARBORCENTER Facebook page

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HARBORCENTER VP and Director of the Academy of Hockey Kevyn Adams announced today that Adam Mair has agreed to join the HARBORCENTER Academy of Hockey staff as a coach.