The Buffalo-Niagara region is a major metropolitan area with a diverse blend of communities, each with its own distinct character. We are known for our friendly nature and spirited loyalty. Get past the snowy stereotype and you’ll be captivated. You may never want to leave!
Diverse. Distinctive. Cost-effective. In the City of Good Neighbors—and great neighborhoods—there’s something for everyone!
Prefer quiet and cozy? The villages of Kenmore and Williamsville feature tree-lined streets, quaint boutiques and a gourmet food scene. Seeking the “college town” vibe? University Heights surrounds UB’s South Campus, with easy access to Buffalo’s metro rail and UB via campus shuttle. Or try Amherst, home of the UB North Campus, offering several student-friendly apartment complexes.
You’re always welcome here! Benefits of campus living include close proximity to restaurants and shops, indoor/outdoor recreation areas and residential parking, plus the convenience of getting easily to and from your classes.