About the Silver TriangleThe Silver Triangle, one of the more recent redefined areas of Denver, sits north of the Golden Triangle. The borders of the Silver Triangle are made up of Colfax, Speer, Larimer to 15th Street, and 15th Street to Broadway. The area gets its name from a time when Denver was the silver mining capital of the country and the Mining exchange was located at 15th and Curtis.
The Silver Triangle now has the Convention Center and Denver Center for Performing Arts as its most notable landmarks. The Convention Center and Denver Center for Performing Arts(DCPA) epitomize the area, but new residential developments like the Spire, Four Seasons, and improvements to the 16th St Mall are adding a new round-the-clock type feel to the area. Existing homes in the area include a moderate sprinkling of condos and lofts, as well as one of Denver’s original high-rise buildings. But with projects currently planned and under construction, the area coined the “Silver Triangle” will be adding an enormous amount of new residences including several new high-rise buildings, many luxury condos and lofts, and more!
City planners are gearing up the area to become the “new LoDo” and have implemented the Theater District Improvement plan. This is a well funded initiative to turn 14th St. between Arapahoe and Stout into a Denver’s very own “Times Square” type of area complete with wide screen electronic billboards advertising local events, shows, and business in the area. This is the newest micro-neighborhood and will certainly be an exciting area to live, work, and play.