Rent Our Space

Thank you for your interest in renting space in our Farmhouse! Currently we are renting these spaces:

 

  • Conference Space - Features two patio doors that lead to an outdoor classroom, two magnetic whiteboards, the space can be filled with chairs and collapsible tables

  • Commercial Kitchen 

  • Boardroom - Features small kitchenette and large conference table

 

If you are interested in renting one these spaces please complete this interest form. If you have any further questions please feel free to contact our Farmhouse Coordinator at info@mass-ave.org. We look forward to hearing from you!

For commercial kitchen rentals please contact Bethany Ortquist at bethany@mass-ave.org

Updated COVID-19 Guidelines 

Due to the ongoing global COVID-19 pandemic, MAP is reducing the capacity of the Farmhouse by 50%. This means MAP can only accommodate small events at this time. Below are the updated capacities for our available spaces. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

 

  • Boardroom (10 People)

  • Community Space (32 people seated)

  • Commercial Kitchen (1-3 people)

In compliance with CDC and New York State MAP is following new health and safety guidelines: 

  • Face coverings are required when guests are unable to Social Distance indoors. If you have questions about proper mask use please refer to CDC guidelines Here.

  • Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue and dispose of soiled tissues immediately.

  • Frequent hand washing / use of hand sanitizer is encouraged for guests.

 

All attendees will be asked to complete a daily health check 24 hours before the event. Upon arrival, all visitors will be asked if they have experienced COVID-19 symptoms in the past 14 days. We appreciate your cooperation and support!

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Massachusetts Avenue Project

387 Massachusetts Ave, Buffalo, NY 14213

716-882-5327

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