About the Golden Triangle
The quirky, artsy, eclectic neighborhood known as Golden Triangle just
south of the downtown business district, has undergone and is still
undergoing a dramatic transformation. Several upscale condominium and
townhome complexes have been built over the past several years, and
plenty more are under construction or in the planning stages. Golden
Triangle redevelopers envision it as a small town in the city, a
cosmopolitan, pedestrian-oriented village featuring open plazas,
terraces and small businesses, shops, galleries and sidewalk cafes. The
neighborhood's major appeal is its proximity to downtown and a number
of cultural amenities, including the Denver Art Museum, the Denver
Public Library, and Civic Center Park.
The area extends from West Colfax Avenue to the north, and Lincoln Avenue to the east, across to Speer, forming a triangle. With funky row homes and classic bungalows, to modern high-end rentals, condo buildings, and lofts, the art and culture of the neighborhood spills over into the homes.