Broadway-Fillmore, Buffalo

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Broadway-Fillmore (also formerly known as Polonia) is a neighborhood in Buffalo, New York.[1]


Broadway-Fillmore is in the lower East Side of Buffalo. The neighborhood is centered along Broadway running west–east and Fillmore Avenue running north–south.


Broadway-Fillmore was once home to a large Polish/Eastern European population in Buffalo. The neighborhood has long since fallen into poverty and disrepair due to the "white flight" to the suburbs (particularly Cheektowaga) in the mid-late 20th century, although it still enjoys a brief renaissance every Easter due to the local Easter celebrations and Dingus Day.

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  1. ^ "Buffalo Neighborhoods, University at Buffalo". Archived from the original on August 5, 2013. Retrieved March 24, 2013.

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Coordinates: 42°53′45.5″N 78°50′40.4″W / 42.895972°N 78.844556°W / 42.895972; -78.844556