Golden Triangle

Golden Triangle is bordered by Colfax Avenue to the North, Speer  Boulevard to the South, Lincoln Street to the East, and Speer Boulevard  to the West.

A prime central location highlighted by a dynamic mix of residential,  commercial, cultural, and educational amenities helps make the Golden  Triangle one of Denver’s more coveted urban neighborhoods.

A longtime community mainstay, the Civic Center Cultural Complex  boasts, within a two-block radius, the Denver Art Museum and its new,  futuristic-looking Hamilton wing; the captivating, Michael  Graves-designed Central Library; historic Byers-Evans House &  Museum; Colorado History Museum; the Denver Mint; and Civic Center Park,  home to the annual People’s Fair, the Taste of Colorado festival, and  other colorful events.

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.  More than 700 residences have been added in recent years, and there are  many more either scheduled to break ground or on the drawing board.