Reviving the Historic Cobblestone District Website

By February 24, 2016 August 12th, 2016 Branding, Digital Marketing

Abbey Mecca & Co. has launched a new website devoted to the Historic Cobblestone District. The website promotes the district in a unique way, paying homage to its rich history, while focusing on its promising future. The website will also serve as a powerful tool for luring in locals and tourists to visit the area.

The new, visually appealing website is the central hub for information on latest events, entertainment, news, and businesses in the district. New features include an update-to-date calendar, which incorporates events from surrounding venues such as First Niagara Center, Canalside Buffalo, Buffalo Iron Works, The Cobblestone Bar & Grill, and Helium Comedy Club. The calendar provides locals and potential tourists alike, with an outlet that connects them to the district’s year-round activities.

Historic Cobblestone District Business Directory

In addition to the calendar, there is an extensive business directory that provides information on more than 40 businesses located in and around the Historic Cobblestone District. The business directory provides insight into each business, with a google map indicator and contact information accompanying each business profile. A direct website link for each business allows users to navigate seamlessly to each business’s website.

To check out the latest news or to have your business added to the directory, please visit www.cobblestonedistrict.com.

About the Historic Cobblestone District

The Cobblestone District offers a significant link to Buffalo’s historical waterfront economy, as well as other industries including metal-working, food processing, grain handling and transportation and distribution. Located at the foot of Main Street, strategically near the mouth of the Buffalo River. The district stands as a reminder of the maritime industry that contributed to Buffalo’s rise as the grain handling capital of the Great Lakes. The surviving buildings comprising the Cobblestone District remain as a contrast and a compliment of the new entertainment industry claiming the area with the First Niagara Center, Canalside and Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino acting as major venues.