One of Denver’s oldest neighborhoods, the Golden Triangle, continues to expand, upgrade, and create interest, as it develops around its treasured history and “golden gems.” Centered within the boundaries of Speer Boulevard, Colfax Avenue, and Lincoln Street, this community caters to the growing, small business and arts community, as well as its health-minded, pet-friendly residents – and its population isn’t slowing down anytime soon.
Old garages and industrial buildings have now become home to modernized, co-working spaces, restaurants, bars, galleries and salons, just to name a few. The concept of living near your place of work has encouraged development of apartments and condos throughout this neighborhood. Less commuting, more living.
Civic Center Park, a National Historic Landmark, is just one of many attractions for personal recreation. Need to escape on your bike for a while? Easy access to the Cherry Creek bike trail brings nature and city life together. Creative inspiration abounds, as the Golden Triangle is home to more than a dozen galleries, including Denver Art and Clyfford Still Museums. Central Library and Curious Theatre Company also add to this community’s eclectic culture.
Restaurants of international flavors, independently owned coffee shops, organic juice stores, bars, and small markets can be found scattered amongst small and large office buildings, renovated houses, and the bustling street of Broadway. You likely won’t need to go far to find your favorite local business, and you’ll be glad you didn’t have to fight traffic to get there.