Bordered by Lincoln Street, Speer Boulevard and Colfax Avenue, this neighborhood is a prime central location highlighted by a dynamic mix of residential, commercial, cultural and educational amenities. Over the years it’s transformed from Victorian-era houses to parking lots to the heart of the Denver’s art scene.
The Golden Triangle is an area of vast importance to the Denver Metropolitan Area. You have the Civic Center Complex within two blocks, the Denver Art Museum and its new, futuristic Hamilton wing; Colorado History Museum, the Denver Mint, the Zoo, Michael-Graves-designed Central Library, and the historic Byers-Evans House & Museum. The neighborhood is one of the most important, historic and vibrant neighborhoods in Denver.
The Golden Triangle’s ongoing renaissance has been marked by stylish conversions of former industrial buildings and garages into upscale offices and studios for law firms, designers, architects, and artists.
With downtown just a ten minute walk away and the popular Cherry Creek bike path traversing its western edge, a prosperous future for the neighborhood seems assured.
Already more than fifty galleries, hip restaurants, fine art studios, specialty stores, night spots, coffee houses, and little bistros make their home in the Golden Triangle. Included in the Triangle are the Colorado Ballet, Ballet Arts Theater, Acoma Center Theater (hosting live theater, film, lectures, and community get-togethers), Curious Theater, Rocky Mountain PBS-Channel Six, and Gart Brothers Sports Castle.