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Admission Charges

Staffing

Operating Revenue

Total Operating Revenue

% From Earned Source

City Museum, St. Louis

St. Louis, MO

680,714

The museum is an eclectic mixture of children's playground, funhouse, surrealistic pavilion, aquarium and architectural marvel made out of unique, found objects. It boasts features such as old chimneys, salvaged bridges, construction cranes, miles of tile, and even two abandoned planes.

$12.00

$12.00

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40

0

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Museum of the City New York, NY of New York

163,964

Facilities incl. 248-seat auditorium

$10.00

$6.00

70

10

50

$16,911,121

76.2%

10.8%

10.2%

Oakland Museum Oakland, CA of California †

130,000

Tag Line is "The story of California. The story of You." Parent Institution: City of Oakland

$12.00

$6.00

76

37

887

$18,501,982

41.9%

41.0%

16.9%

Kansas City Museum ††

Kansas City, MO

25,000

History Museum: Housed in an urban estate built in 1910, approx. 4-miles from Union Station. Parent Institution: $0.00 Union Station Kansas City.

$0.00

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N/A

Raleigh City Museum Average Median

Raleigh, NC

16,097

5,000 sqf exhibit space

$0.00

$0.00

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0

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$413,347

4.4%

74.1%

21.4%

203,155 130,000

$6.80 $10.00

$4.80 $6.00

38 27

18 10

199 48

11,942,150 413,347

40.9% 41.9%

41.9% 41.0%

16.2% 16.9%

Sources: The Official Museum Directory, AAM, 2010; Institutions' websites and Annual Reports; and IRS 990-Forms, 2008 † Oakland Museum of California financial data from their 2005–2006 Annual Report †† Admission charges to Kansas City Museum currently free during restoration

% From Other Sources

% From Contributions

% From Government

Attendance

Volunteers

Part-Time

Full-Time

Location

Children

Name

Notes

Adult

N/A

2.8%

0.2%

N/A

0.1%

1.0% 0.2%

Museum-Related Institutions in Buffalo Area Reporting at Least 15,000 Visitors
Ins ti tuti on Admi s s i on Cha rges Sta ffi ng

Reported Attendance

Family Membership

Buffa l o Zool ogi ca l Ga rdens

414,794

No

$9.50

$6.00

$65.00

66

80

744

Al bri ght - Knox Art Ga l l ery

143,653

Yes , Fri da ys to 10 p.m.

$10.00

$0.00

$75.00

65

20

216

Buffa l o Mus eum of Sci ence

125,554

No

$7.00

$5.00

$50.00

32

17

208

Burchfi el d-Penney Art Center

70,000

Yes , Thurs da ys to 9 p.m.

$7.00

$4.00

$60.00

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Buffa l o a nd Eri e County Hi s tori ca l Soci ety

65,000

No

$4.00

$2.50

$45.00

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12

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Buffa l o a nd Eri e County Na va l a nd Mi l i ta ry Pa rk

55,000

No

$9.00

$6.00

$25.00

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Amhers t Mus eum, Amhers t

42,000

No

$5.00

$0.00

$35.00

9

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250

Buffa l o a nd Eri e County Bota ni ca l Ga rdens

40,000

No

$6.00

$3.00

$75.00

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Expl ore a nd More Chi l dren's Mus eum , Ea s t Aurora

38,840

Yes , fi rs t Fri da y of Month

$5.00

$5.00

$45.00

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Avera ge Medi a n

72,506 60,000

$6.63 $6.50

$3.19 $3.50

$51.25 $47.50

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12 13

166 205

Source: The Official Museum Directory, 2010. All in Buffalo excpept as noted

Volunteers/Interns

Evening Opening

Part-Time

Full-Time

Children

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Adult

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Ground Floor Gross and Net Square Footage Available in Heritage District Buildings
Build-To Line/ Max. Front Yard (feet) Min. Building Height (stories) Min. Building Height (feet) Max. Building Height (stories) Max. Building Height (feet) Assumed Min. Open Assumed Net Useable Space Gross Sq. Ft. 10% (sq Building (@67% of feet) Size Gross) Per Floor 2,905 941 388 1,537 763 1,103 1,096 735 26,141 8,467 3,492 13,829 6,867 9,923 9,864 6,615 17,514 5,673 2,340 9,265 4,601 6,649 6,609 4,432

Parcel Name

Parcel Size (sq feet)

Max. FAR

Main Development Parcels

E2 E3 E4 E5 E6 E7 A B

29,045 9,408 3,880 15,365 7,630 11,026 10,960 7,350

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60

3.60 3.60 3.60 3.60 3.60 3.60 3.60 3.60

Possible Development Parcels Along Waterfront

Parcels Under Buffalo Skyway

E10

12,383

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As permitted As permitted by NYSDOT by NYSDOT As permitted As permitted by NYSDOT by NYSDOT

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Population Buffalo — 2006–08 est. Erie County Niagara County Buffalo-Niagara MSA New York USA

2000

2006–08 est. 259,143

2010

2020

2030

% Change 2000–2010

% Change 2010–2020

% Change 2010–2030

949,460 219,650 1,169,110 18,998,430 282,171,940

908,770 214,270 1,123,050 19,623,830 310,063,410

907,510 214,280 1,121,800 20,376,600 341,343,890

909,900 215,150 1,125,050 21,209,900 373,944,190

-4.5% -2.5% -4.1% 3.2% 9.0%

-0.1% 0.0% -0.1% 3.7% 9.2%

0.1% 0.4% 0.2% 7.5% 17.1%

Source: 2010 MSA Profile (Woods & Poole, 2010); and US Census Bureau, 2006–08 est.

Population Town of Fort Eri e St. Ca tha ri nes -Ni a ga ra CMA Onta ri o Ca na da Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Community Profiles

2006 29,925 390,315 12,160,285 31,612,895

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Age Medi a n Age: 2000 Medi a n Age: 2006 Medi a n Age: 2010 Medi a n Age: 2020 Medi a n Age: 2030 Pers ons 0-17 a s % of Popul a tion, 2000 Pers ons 0-17 a s % of Popul a tion, 2006 Pers ons 0-17 a s % of Popul a tion, 2010 Pers ons 0-17 a s % of Popul a tion, 2020 Pers ons 0-17 a s % of Popul a tion, 2030 Pers ons 65+ a s % of Popul a tion, 2000 Pers ons 65+ a s % of Popul a tion, 2006 Pers ons 65+ a s % of Popul a tion, 2010 Pers ons 65+ a s % of Popul a tion, 2020 Pers ons 65+ a s % of Popul a tion, 2030

Buffalo — 2006–08 est.

Erie County 38.1

Niagara County 38.3 40.8 41.5 44.6 24.6% 20.7% 19.5% 19.2% 15.4% 15.5% 19.3% 25.0%

Buffalo-Niagara MSA 38.1 40.5 41.2 43.8 24.3% 20.9% 19.6% 19.2% 15.8% 15.6% 19.5% 24.7%

New York 35.9 38.3 39.0 40.6 24.7% 22.2% 21.5% 21.1% 12.9% 13.5% 16.4% 19.9%

USA 35.4 37.0 37.8 38.9 25.6% 24.0% 23.7% 23.2% 12.4% 13.0% 16.2% 19.5%

34.2 40.4 41.1 43.6 24.2% 24.0% 20.9% 19.6% 19.2% 15.9% 12.2% 15.7% 19.5% 24.6%

Source: 2010 MSA Profile (Woods & Poole, 2010); and US Census Bureau, 2006–08 est.

Age Medi a n Age: 2006 Pers ons 0-19 a s % of Popul a tion, 2006 Pers ons 65+ a s % of Popul a tion, 2006

Town of Fort Erie 43.1 23.7% 17.9%

St. CatharinesNiagara CMA 42.1 23.3% 17.7%

Ontario 39.0 25.0% 13.6%

Canada 39.5 24.4% 13.7%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Community Profiles

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Education and Income % of Pop. 25+ wi th a t l ea s t Ba chel or's degree, 2006–08 es t. % of Pop. 25+ wi th a t l ea s t 4 yrs of Col l ege, 2000 Income Per Ca pi ta Ra nk, 2000 (of 361 MSA's or 50 s tates ) Income Per Ca pi ta Ra nk, 2005 Income Per Ca pi ta Ra nk, 2020 Income Per Ca pi ta Ra nk, 2040 Mea n Hous ehol d Income Ra nk, 2000 (of 361 MSAs or 50 s tates ) Mea n Hous ehol d Income Ra nk, 2005 Mea n Hous ehol d Income Ra nk, 2020 Mea n Hous ehol d Income Ra nk, 2040

Buffalo — 2006–08 est. 20.9%

Buffalo Niagara MSA 23.2% 135 138 129 123 167 173 158 150

New York

USA

27.4% 5 6 7 7 5 7 5 4

24.4%

Source: 2010 MSA Profile (Woods & Poole, 2010); and US Census Bureau, 2006–08 est. St. CatharinesNiagara CMA 24%

Education and Income

Town of Fort Erie 21%

Ontario

Canada

% of Popul a tion 25+ wi th a t l ea s t 4 Yea rs of Col l ege, 2006 Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Community Profiles

29%

27%

Race/Ethinicity % Whi te Pop., 2000 % Whi te Pop., 2010 % Whi te Pop., 2020 % Whi te Pop., 2030 % Bl a ck Pop., 2000 % Bl a ck Pop., 2010 % Bl a ck Pop., 2020 % Bl a ck Pop., 2030 % Na tive Ameri ca n Pop., 2000 % Na tive Ameri ca n Pop., 2010 % Na tive Ameri ca n Pop., 2020 % Na tive Ameri ca n Pop., 2030 % As i a n a nd Pa ci fi c Is l a nder Pop., 2000 % As i a n a nd Pa ci fi c Is l a nder Pop., 2010 % As i a n a nd Pa ci fi c Is l a nder Pop., 2020 % As i a n a nd Pa ci fi c Is l a nder Pop., 2030 % Hi s pa ni c Pop., 2000 % Hi s pa ni c Pop., 2010 % Hi s pa ni c Pop., 2020 % Hi s pa ni c Pop., 2030

Erie County 81.5% 79.6% 77.3% 74.9% 13.1% 13.6% 14.4% 15.4% 0.6% 0.7% 0.8% 0.9% 1.5% 2.1% 2.6% 3.2% 3.3% 4.0% 4.9% 5.6%

Niagara County 90.7% 89.0% 87.4% 85.5% 6.4% 6.9% 7.4% 8.1% 1.0% 1.2% 1.4% 1.6% 0.6% 1.0% 1.3% 1.6% 1.3% 1.9% 2.5% 3.2%

BuffaloNiagara MSA 83.2% 81.4% 79.2% 76.9% 11.8% 12.3% 13.1% 14.0% 0.7% 0.8% 0.9% 1.0% 1.4% 1.9% 2.4% 2.9% 2.9% 3.6% 4.4% 5.2%

New York 63.0% 59.5% 54.0% 48.7% 15.5% 15.2% 15.1% 15.0% 0.4% 0.4% 0.4% 0.4% 5.9% 7.5% 9.5% 11.7% 15.2% 17.4% 21.0% 24.1%

USA 70.1% 65.6% 61.1% 56.7% 12.5% 12.6% 12.6% 12.6% 0.8% 0.9% 0.9% 0.9% 4.0% 4.9% 5.8% 6.7% 12.6% 16.1% 19.5% 23.1%

Source: 2010 MSA Profile (Woods & Poole, 2010)

Visible Minority Pop. Characteristics, 2006 Chi nes e South As i a n Bl a ck Fi l i pi no La tin Ameri ca n Southea s t As i a n Ara b Wes t As i a n Korea n Ja pa nes e Vi s i bl e mi nori ty not i ncl uded el s ewhere Mul tipl e vi s i bl e mi nori ty Not a vi s i bl e mi nori ty

Town of Fort St. CatharinesErie Niagara CMA 1.2% 0.8% 1.0% 0.2% 1.4% 0.2% 0.1% 0.1% 0.3% 0.1% 0.1% 0.1% 94.5% 0.9% 0.9% 1.3% 0.6% 1.1% 0.5% 0.4% 0.2% 0.2% 0.2% 0.1% 0.2% 93.4%

Ontario 4.8% 6.6% 3.9% 1.7% 1.2% 0.9% 0.9% 0.8% 0.6% 0.2% 0.5% 0.6% 77.2%

Canada 3.9% 4.0% 2.5% 1.3% 1.0% 0.8% 0.9% 0.5% 0.5% 0.3% 0.2% 0.4% 83.8%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Community Profiles

Erie County Student Enrollment

Grade
K-Half Day K-Full Day 1st Grade Students 2nd Grade Students 3rd Grade Students 4th Grade Students 5th Grade Students 6th Grade Students 7th Grade Students 8th Grade Students 9th Grade Students 10th Grade Students 11th Grade Students 12th Grade Students Total Students:

Student Count
135 9,552 9,765 9,641 9,523 9,703 10,036 10,411 11,050 12,615 10,398 11,648 10,265 9,593 137,009

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Person Visits—Length of Stay Ori gi n Onta ri o Other Ca na da U.S. Overs ea s Tota l (000s ) Tota l Vi s i ts 5,010 166 3,912 839 9,927 50% 2% 39% 8% 100% Overni ght Vi s i ts 2,109 164 1,459 382 4,114 42% 99% 37% 46% 41% Sa me-da y Vi s i ts 2,901 2 2,453 457 5,813 58% 1% 63% 54% 59%

Source: Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Regional Tourism Profile, 2008, CMA 539: St. Catharines-Niagara

Person Visits—Main Purpose of Trip, Total Visits Origin Ontario Other Canada U.S. Overseas Total (000s) Total 5,009 166 3,912 839 9,926 50% 2% 39% 8% 100% Pleasure 2,817 114 2,371 354 5,656 56% 69% 61% 42% 57% 1,789 38 429 392 2,648 VFR 36% 23% 11% 47% 27% Business 201 10 154 61 426 4% 6% 4% 7% 4% Personal 202 4 958 32 1,196 4% 2% 24% 4% 12%

Source: Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Regional Tourism Profile, 2008, CMA 539: St. Catharines-Niagara

Erie County Hotel Segmentation Ma rket Segment Corpora te tra ns i ent vi s i tors Lei s ure vi s i tors Conventi on a nd meeti ngs groups Group tour vi s i tors Percenta ge 45% 27% 23% 5%

Tota l 100% Source: Buffalo Niagara Convention and Visitors Bureau, 2009 Visit Buffalo: The Year in Review

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VISITORS OF ALL AG ES A N D I N T E R ESTS W I L L E N J OY S H O P P I N G I N T H E P U B L I C M A R K E T

as they engage in Buffalo Story Trail exhibits and programs that will invite them to learn about Buffalo’s vital role as a commercial port for the storage, processing, and shipment of grain that fed America during our country’s westward expansion in the 19th and 20th centuries.

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SITE LOCATION: CANAL SIDE PUBLIC MARKET

CANAL SIDE

PUBLIC CANALS

THE PUBLIC MARKET

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MURALS OF BUFFALO HARBOR

PHOTOGRAPHIC GRAIN SILO BANNERS

HISTORIC ADS & POSTER TOWERS

PUBLIC MARKETS

COLORFUL VINTAGE STOREFRONT SIGNS
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“MADE IN BUFFALO” PRODUCT LINE

GRAIN SILO SCOOP-UP GAME

MULTI-USE POP-UP KITCHEN/ STAGE /MINI-THEATER

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LARGE-SCALE GRAIN INDUSTRY ARTIFACTS

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OVERVIEW
THE BUFFALO STO R Y C E N T E R

will be T H E place to go to find out all that the city has to

offer, and to discover how Buffalo came to be, the forces that shaped Buffalo today, and the possibilities for Buffalo’s future. Located at the center of the Historic Canal District at Canal Side, and adjacent to the Erie Canal’s sacred Western Terminus, it marks the significance of Buffalo’s maritime heritage while celebrating its present and future. The Buffalo Story Center will be a welcome center for Canal Side and a first stop “gateway” information hub for all attractions in Buffalo and the region.

DEVELOPED in collaboration with the Cultural Steering Committee, the Center will be by,

for, about and designed with the Buffalo community. It will serve as a must-see, must-do destination attraction for Canal Side. The Buffalo Story Center will become a vibrant yearround waterfront hub for changing activities, special events and multimedia presentations that will delight all visitors, including tourists, school groups, families and young adults. Visitors of all ages and interests will find both an entertaining and informative experience that is also affordable — but most of all, that is authentically Buffalo!

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SITE LOCATION CANAL SIDE
CANALSIDE CANALSIDE
Donovan Block Donovan Block

Scott Street

Scott Street

Washington Street

Washington Street

Main Street

Main Street

Webster Block

Webster Block

Historic District

Perry Street

Historic District

Perry Street

Buffalo Inner Harbor

Buffalo Inner Harbor HSBC Arena

HSBC Arena

Erie Canal Harbor Development Corporation
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Erie Canal Harbor Development Corporation
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EXPERIENTIAL PROGRAM CUTAWAY VIEW
BUFFALO SKYRIDE

BUFFALO STORY ARCADE

GATEWAY

STREET SIDE

BUFFALO STORY TRAIL & TOUR LAUNCH

ERIE CANAL CHANGING GALLERY

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EXPERIENTIAL PROGRAM BIRDS-EYE VIEW

BUFFALO ARCADE

BUFFALO SKY RIDE

ERIE CANAL CHANGING GALLERY

GATEWAY

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SHOP

GATEWAY ENTRANCE

STORYTELLER STAGE

RETAIL & OUTDOOR SEATING

BUFFALO STORY TRAIL & TOUR LAUNCH

STREET SIDE
The Story Center comes alive at street-side, day and night, with changing events and programs, and perhaps a Vintage Buffalo Gift Shop and a Taste of Buffalo outdoor cafe.

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INTERACTIVE IMMIGRANT WALL & THEATER

TRIP-PLANNING & TICKETING

WELCOME & INFORMATION DESK

CANAL SIDE PLAYERS

“TELL US YOUR STORY” RECORDING BOOTH

BUFFALO GATEWAY
Hosted by the Canal Side Players, the Buffalo Story begins as visitors are introduced to the many attractions at Canal Side and around the city and region.

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BUFFALO GATEWAY

CANALSIDE’S PORTAL
TO EVERYTHING BUFFALO

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BUFFALO GATEWAY
STREET-LEVEL PLAN
MULTI-USE DEMO STAGE & “BUFFALO STORM REPORTER” EXPERIENCE HERSCHEL CAROUSEL HORSES OBJECTS OVERHEAD TELL US YOUR STORY BOOTH
ELEVATORS

OPEN TO BELOW

“TASTE OF BUFFALO” SNACK BAR

TRIP PLANNING & TICKETING
ENTRY

WELCOME & INFORMATION DESK

“MADE IN BUFFALO” GIFT SHOP

BACK OF HOUSE

“OUR BUFFALO: THE IMMIGRANT STORY” MINITHEATER

INTERACTIVE BUFFALONIAN DATABASE

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BUFFALO SKYRIDE
A thrilling ride adventure that launches a variety of Buffalo Stories — immersive “you are there” journeys through time and space in Buffalo’s past, present and future.
SPECIAL EFFECT THEATER PRODUCTION

Twenty-minute show, multiple themes, stories and journeys will be developed to encourage repeat visitation.
LARGE-SCALE OBJECTS MOVE ON CABLES

VIDEO SCREEN OPENS TO REVEAL HARBOR VIEWS

3-STORY BLACK BOX THEATER

SUSPENDED FLOATING PLATFORM WITH 120 SEATS

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BUFFALO SKYRIDE

EXPERIENCE THE BUFFALO STORY
AN ADVENTURE THROUGH BUFFALO’S

PAST, PRESENT, & FUTURE!
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BUFFALO SKYRIDE: STORYBOARDS
SHIP

CANAL ERA

TOWER

INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION

FUTURE BUFFALO

TURBINE

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BUFFALO SKYRIDE: 4D IMMERSIVE TECHNOLOGY

AUTHENTIC BUFFALO ARTIFACTS, MODELS & STAGECRAFT STEELE MCKAYE

Perhaps the greatest unknown theater inventor, playwright, designer, teacher, innovator and considered the “Father of Modern Acting” in the late 19th century.
SCENTS, FOG, MIST, SNOW & 3-D

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BUFFALO SKYRIDE
UPPER-LEVEL PLAN

CURVED SCREEN

MOVABLE STAGE
OPEN TO BELOW ELEVATORS

120 SEATS

SKYRIDE PRESHOW

BACK OF HOUSE

LARGE-SCALE MOVING ARTIFACTS & PROPS

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ICONIC LARGE-SCALE BUFFALO ARTIFACTS

WATERFRONT VIEWING DECK

RAMP TO LOWER LEVEL

HANDS-ON DEMONSTRATIONS

INTERACTIVE STATIONS WITH PUZZLES, GAMES & QUIZZES

GLASS ELEVATOR

BUFFALO ARCADE
Big iconic chunks of Buffalo’s story become the stage set for this hands-on interactive play-and-learn ‘warehouse’ — of the city’s heritage.

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“Name that Buffalo Tune” Jukebox

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“The Western Door” exhibition is one of many possible themes for this changing gallery that will attract new audiences and repeat visits to Canal Side.

EXHIBIT: “A DITCH-DIGGER’S LIFE”

ERIE CANAL DIG & FIELD LAB WITH VIDEO RECONSTRUCTION OF ERIE CANAL IN BUFFALO

ARCHAEOLOGICAL BREAKTHROUGHS & LATEST NEWS

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ERIE CANAL DITCH DIGGERS VIEWS TO CANAL WESTERN TERMINUS GRAPHIC & ARTIFACT WALL GLASS FLOOR TO EXCAVATION

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As a launch pad for tours across the Historic Canal District, the city, and the region, this also offers visitors a special Buffalo Story Trail — a series of thematic story stations located at significant sites across Canal Side.

“NOW & THEN” STORY PANELS

TOUCH OBJECTS & RELIEF PANELS

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As a launch pad for tours across the Historic Canal District, the city, and the region, this also offers visitors a special Buffalo Story Trail — a series of thematic story stations located at significant sites across Canal Side.

POP-UP STAGES WITH LIVE STORYTELLING

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BUFFALO STORY CENTER BRAND IDENTITY

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Exhibit Areas

IMAX Theatre

Texas Spirit Theater

Youth (4-17 years old) Museum Members

COMBINATION TICKETS **BEST VALUE!**

Exhibits + IMAX Theatre

Exhibits + Texas Spirit Theater

Exhibits + Both Theaters

Museum Members

Sources of Operating Revenue, 2010 Admission fees $ 1,437,813 17.4% Gift shop $ 482,291 5.8% Concessions and Rentals $ 262,253 3.2% Other Earned $ 138,860 1.7% Interest $ 15,671 0.2% Sponsorships $ 659,912 8.0% Government Sources $ 5,272,614 63.8% Total $ 8,269,414 100.0%

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Public Spaces
Auditorium, Exhibition and Support Spaces Skyride Theater Stage Buffalo Story Arcade Erie Canal Gallery Total Square/Feet Lobby/Visitor Services Vestibule Information and Ticketing Lobby/Gateway Portal Combined Retail and Snack Bar Cloakroom Restrooms Sub- Total Net Square Feet 2,500 500 2,000 1,500 6,500

100 200 1,500 1,000 300 1,200 4,300

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Non-Administrative Loading Dock/Shipping and Receiving Workshop Area AV Control Room and Storage General Storage Sub-Total Net Square Feet Administrative Offices and Reception Office Equipment/Supplies Board Room/Conference Room Green Room/Actor Dressing Area Staff Lounge/Kitchen Volunteer Lounge/Kitchen Non-Public Rest Rooms Sub-Total Net Square Feet TOTAL NSF Grossing factor to add circulation space (elevator, stairs and hallways), mechanical space and wall thicknesses TOTAL GROSS SQUARE FEET 400 600 200 600 1,800

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BUFFALO STORY CENTER, PRELIMINARY CAPITAL/PROJECT COSTS (2012 Dollars) Construction Costs Gross SF Cost/ SF/Allowance Building Shell 22,400 $200 22,400 $225 Building Interior SUB-TOTAL Architectural, Engineering and Other Professional Fees 20% 10% Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment MEP/Life Safety/IT/Systems 10% Contingencies 10% TOTAL CONSTRUCTION COST All-In Construction Cost per Gross Sq. Ft 22,400 Site Development Exhibition Costs (Excluding Skyride) Net SF Cost/ SF Buffalo Story Arcade 2,000 $500 Erie Canal Gallery 1,500 $500 Lobby/Gateway Portal 1,500 $250 SUB TOTAL 5,000 Exhibit Planning and Design 20% Contingencies 10% TOTAL EXHIBITION COSTS (EXCLUDING SKYRIDE) All-In Exhibition Costs per Net Sq. Ft. 5,000 Skyride Theater (120 seats) Media Production for Three Shows Projection, Sound, Control Mechanical Hoists, 4D Special Effects, Seats, Control, Integration Design, Egineering, Prototyping, Installation, Testing Contingencies TOTAL SKYRIDE COSTS Pre-Opening Costs ( some collections acquisition, staffing, marketing, etc.) TOTAL COMBINED CAPITAL/PROJECT COSTS

Cost $4,480,000 $5,040,000 $9,520,000 $1,904,000 $952,000 $952,000 $952,000 $14,280,000 $638 $500,000 Cost $1,000,000 $750,000 $375,000 $2,125,000 $425,000 $212,500 $2,762,500 $553 $3,000,000 $1,500,000 $1,000,000 $1,000,000 $500,000 $7,000,000 $500,000 $25,042,500

Attendance Projections (rounded) for Buffalo Story Center Projected Total Attendance Attendance by Weekday/Weekend Weekdays Weekends Total Design Day Calculation Total Projected Attendance Total Weekend day Attendance Average Weekend day Attendance Weekend day Attendance in Higher Attendance Month (15% above average) Maximum Number of People in Building at One Time (20% of daily total) Attendance by Main Segment Non-School Resident (Buffalo-Niagara MSA) School Tourist Total Attendance by Ticket Category Adult Senior/Youth (13-24)/Military Child (3-12) School Groups (per person) Non-School Groups (per person) Indirect Paid/Unpaid Total Attendance

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Year 2 %

Year 3 %

Year 4 %

Year 5 %

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 170,000 150,000 155,000 140,000 140,000

50% 50% 100%

45% 55% 100%

45% 55% 100%

45% 55% 100%

45% 55% 100%

85,000 85,000 170,000

67,500 82,500 150,000

69,750 85,250 155,000

63,000 77,000 140,000

63,000 77,000 140,000

170,000 85,000 817 940 188

150,000 82,500 793 912 182

155,000 85,250 820 943 189

140,000 77,000 740 851 170

140,000 77,000 740 851 170

55% 20% 25% 100%

45% 25% 30% 100%

45% 25% 30% 100%

35% 30% 35% 100%

35% 30% 35% 100%

93,500 34,000 42,500 170,000

67,500 37,500 45,000 150,000

69,750 38,750 46,500 155,000

49,000 42,000 49,000 140,000

49,000 42,000 49,000 140,000

40% 20% 8% 20% 2% 10% 100%

35% 15% 8% 25% 2% 15% 100%

35% 15% 8% 25% 2% 15% 100%

30% 15% 8% 30% 2% 15% 100%

30% 15% 8% 30% 2% 15% 100%

68,000 34,000 13,600 34,000 3,400 17,000 170,000

52,500 22,500 12,000 37,500 3,000 22,500 150,000

54,250 23,250 12,400 38,750 3,100 23,250 155,000

42,000 21,000 11,200 42,000 2,800 21,000 140,000

42,000 21,000 11,200 42,000 2,800 21,000 140,000

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Admission Year 1 Year 1 Year 2 Year 2 Year 3 Year 3 Year 4 Year 4 Year 5 Year 5 Charges Visitors Admission Visitors Admission Visitors Admission Visitors Admission Visitors Admission Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue $7.00 $6.00 $5.00 $4.00 $5.50 $0.00 68,000 34,000 13,600 34,000 3,400 17,000 $476,000 $204,000 $68,000 $136,000 $18,700 $0 $902,700 $857,565 170,000 $5.04 150,000 $4.62 52,500 22,500 12,000 37,500 3,000 22,500 $367,500 $135,000 $60,000 $150,000 $16,500 $0 $729,000 $692,550 155,000 $4.62 54,250 23,250 12,400 38,750 3,100 23,250 $379,750 $139,500 $62,000 $155,000 $17,050 $0 $753,300 $715,635 140,000 $4.47 42,000 21,000 11,200 42,000 2,800 21,000 $294,000 $126,000 $56,000 $168,000 $15,400 $0 $659,400 $626,430 140,000 $4.47 42,000 21,000 11,200 42,000 2,800 21,000 $294,000 $126,000 $56,000 $168,000 $15,400 $0 $659,400 $626,430

Adult (25-64) Senior/Youth (13-24) Child (4-12) School Groups Non-School Groupsn (avg.) Indirect Paid/Unpaid Total Admissions Revenue (before discounts) Total Admissions Revenue (after discounts) Attendance Admissions Revenue per Visitor

Membership Total Lower Level Memberships Average Revenue per Membership Total Lower Level Membership Income Total Upper Level Memberships Average Revenue per Upper Level Membership Total Upper Level Membership Income Total Combined Membership Revenue

Year 1 200 $40 $8,000 60 $500 $30,000 $38,000

Year 2 150 $40 $6,000 50 $500 $25,000 $31,000

Year 3 150 $42 $6,300 50 $500 $25,000 $31,300

Year 4 150 $42 $6,300 50 $500 $25,000 $31,300

Year 5 150 $42 $6,300 50 $500 $25,000 $31,300

Retail Sales (1,000 net sq. ft. public space) Sales/Visitor Total Attendance Total Sales Sales per Sq. Ft. Retail Space

Year 1 $2.50 170,000 $425,000 $425

Year 2 $2.55 150,000 $382,500 $383

Year 3 $2.60 155,000 $403,155 $403

Year 4 $2.65 140,000 $371,423 $371

Year 5 $2.71 140,000 $378,851 $379

Public Programs Total Revenue

Year 1 $25,000

Year 2 $27,500

Year 3 $30,250

Year 4 $31,763

Year 5 $33,351

Rentals Total Skyride Rentals Per Year Average Net Income per Rental Total Income from Skyride Rentals Total Lobby/Gateway Rentals per Year Average Net Income per Loibby Rental Total Income from Lobby/Gateway Rentals Total Rentals Revenue

Year 1 30 $1,500 $45,000 40 $500 $20,000 $45,000

Year 2 50 $1,530 $76,500 60 $510 $30,600 $76,500

Year 3 45 $1,561 $70,227 60 $520 $31,212 $70,227

Year 4 45 $1,592 $71,632 60 $531 $31,836 $71,632

Year 5 45 $1,624 $73,064 60 $541 $32,473 $73,064

Fundraising Gala (net) Total Revenue

Year 1 $40,000

Year 2 $60,000

Year 3 $60,000

Year 4 $60,000

Year 5 $60,000

Other Earned Income Pay for Photo Donation Boxes (@ avg. 5 cents per visitor) Pay as You Go Games (@ 40 cents per visitor) Commissions on Ticket Sales Total Income

Year 1 $15,000 $8,000 $64,000 $20,000 $107,000

Year 2 $10,000 $7,000 $56,000 $20,000 $93,000

Year 3 $10,000 $6,750 $54,000 $25,000 $95,750

Year 4 $10,000 $6,500 $52,000 $25,000 $93,500

Year 5 $10,000 $6,500 $52,000 $30,000 $98,500

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Position On-Site Positions Buffalo Story Center Manager Technical Manager Assistant Technical Manager Skyride Ushers and Exhibition Floor Staff Box Office and Retail Staff Janitorial/Maintenance Evening Allocation Total Story Center Staff Center-Paid Benefits and Taxes (avg. 22%) Total On-Site Staff Salaries, Wages and Benefits Assumed Management Agreement with BECHS Allocation to Allow for 10% of BECHS full-time staff Profit to Match Allocation of BECHS staff time Total Payable to BECHS in Management Agreement Total Combined Salaries, Wages and Benefits

Salary per FTE at Opening $85,000 $70,000 $55,000 $20,000 $20,000 $35,000 $20,000

FTE 1.0 1.0 1.0 2.5 2.0 2.0 0.5 10.0

Year 1 $85,000 $70,000 $55,000 $50,000 $40,000 $70,000 $10,000 $380,000 $83,600 $463,600 $90,000 $90,000 $180,000 $643,600

Year 2 $85,425 $70,350 $55,275 $50,250 $40,200 $70,350 $10,050 $381,900 $84,018 $465,918 $90,450 $90,450 $180,900 $646,818

Year 3 $85,852 $70,702 $55,551 $50,501 $40,401 $70,702 $10,100 $383,810 $84,438 $468,248 $90,902 $90,902 $181,805 $650,052

Year 4 $86,281 $71,055 $55,829 $50,754 $40,603 $71,055 $10,151 $385,729 $84,860 $470,589 $91,357 $91,357 $182,714 $653,302

Year 5 $86,713 $71,411 $56,108 $51,008 $40,806 $71,411 $10,202 $387,657 $85,285 $472,942 $91,814 $91,814 $183,627 $656,569

Occupancy Costs Building Size (sq. ft.) Costs per Square Ft. Total Costs

Year 1 22,400 $7.50 $168,000

Year 2 22,400 $8.00 $179,200

Year 3 22,400 $8.24 $184,576

Year 4 22,400 $8.49 $190,113

Year 5 22,400 $8.74 $195,817

Exhibition Costs Reserve for Exhibit Replacement Routine Exhibit Maintenance Total Costs

Year 1 $75,000 $5,000 $80,000

Year 2 $75,000 $10,000 $85,000

Year 3 $75,000 $15,000 $90,000

Year 4 $75,000 $20,000 $95,000

Year 5 $75,000 $20,000 $95,000

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Year 1 $50,000 $40,000 $10,000 $100,000

Year 2 $50,000 $40,000 $35,000 $125,000

Year 3 $50,000 $40,000 $45,000 $135,000

Year 4 $50,000 $40,000 $50,000 $140,000

Year 5 $50,000 $40,000 $50,000 $140,000

Programming Costs Total Costs

Year 1 $100,000

Year 2 $110,000

Year 3 $121,000

Year 4 $127,050

Year 5 $133,403

General & Administrative 20/18% of Staffing

Year 1 $128,720

Year 2 $116,427

Year 3 $117,009

Year 4 $117,594

Year 5 $118,182

Marketing $1.20/$1.30 per visitor

Year 1 $204,000

Year 2 $195,000

Year 3 $201,500

Year 4 $182,000

Year 5 $182,000

Retail Cost of Goods Sold Total Costs (@ 55%)

Year 1 $233,750

Year 2 $210,375

Year 3 $221,735

Year 4 $204,283

Year 5 $208,368

Summary of Attendance, Operating Revenue and Expense Projections for Buffalo Story Center Annual Attendance Operating Revenues Admissions Membership Retail Sales Public Programs Rentals Fundraising Gala (net) Other Earned Income Total Revenue Projected Operating Expenses Salaries, Wages, Benefits Occupancy Costs Exhibitions Public and Educational Programs Direct Costs of Skyride Theater Collections Care General & Administrative Marketing Retail Cost of Goods Sold Total Expenses (excluding depreciation and capital expenses) Amount/Percentage Required from Contributed and Grant Sources to Break Even on Operations

Year 1 170,000

Year 2 150,000

Year 3 155,000

Year 4 140,000

Year 5 140,000

Year 1 Year 2 Year % % 3%

Year 4 Year 5 % %

$857,565 $692,550 $715,635 $626,430 $626,430 $38,000 $31,000 $31,300 $31,300 $31,300 $425,000 $382,500 $403,155 $371,423 $378,851 $25,000 $27,500 $30,250 $31,763 $33,351 $45,000 $76,500 $70,227 $71,632 $73,064 $40,000 $60,000 $60,000 $60,000 $60,000 $111,500 $97,500 $104,750 $98,000 $103,000 $1,542,065 $1,367,550 $1,415,317 $1,290,547 $1,305,996

51.6% 41.4% 41.5% 36.5% 36.1% 2.3% 1.9% 1.8% 1.8% 1.8% 25.6% 22.9% 23.4% 21.7% 21.8% 1.5% 1.6% 1.8% 1.9% 1.9% 2.7% 4.6% 4.1% 4.2% 4.2% 2.4% 3.6% 3.5% 3.5% 3.5% 6.7% 5.8% 6.1% 5.7% 5.9% 92.7% 81.8% 82.0% 75.3% 75.3%

$643,600 $168,000 $80,000 $100,000 $100,000 $5,000 $128,720 $204,000 $233,750

$646,818 $179,200 $85,000 $110,000 $125,000 $5,000 $116,427 $195,000 $210,375

$650,052 $184,576 $90,000 $121,000 $135,000 $5,000 $117,009 $201,500 $221,735

$653,302 $190,113 $95,000 $127,050 $140,000 $5,000 $117,594 $182,000 $204,283

$656,569 $195,817 $95,000 $133,403 $140,000 $5,000 $118,182 $182,000 $208,368

38.7% 10.1% 4.8% 6.0% 6.0% 0.3% 7.7% 12.3% 14.1%

38.7% 10.7% 5.1% 6.6% 7.5% 0.3% 7.0% 11.7% 12.6%

37.7% 10.7% 5.2% 7.0% 7.8% 0.3% 6.8% 11.7% 12.8%

38.1% 11.1% 5.5% 7.4% 8.2% 0.3% 6.9% 10.6% 11.9%

37.9% 11.3% 5.5% 7.7% 8.1% 0.3% 6.8% 10.5% 12.0%

$1,663,070 $1,672,820 $1,725,873 $1,714,343 $1,734,339 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0%

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