The Golden Triangle (also known as the Civic Center neighborhood) is just south of the CBD in the shape of a triangle, bordered by Lincoln, Colfax and Speer. Click here to go to the Google Map of the neighborhood.
The Golden Triangle is a resurrected neighborhood. Thanks to several new construction developments, including luxury rentals and for sale condominiums and lofts, new residents are being drawn in every day for the neighborhood’s central location, proximity to Downtown and the cultural and entertainment opportunities right outside the front door. The Golden Triangle is transforming into a mixed-use neighborhood, which is home to restaurants, childcare centers, clubs and multiple art galleries. Several former garages and industrial buildings have been renovated for use by small office users, bringing a more neighborly feel to the blocks. Where slabs of parking lots once reigned, small urban parks are sprouting up. In the past decade, the cultural icons of Denver, including the Denver Art Museum and the Denver Public Library, have undergone enormous transformations, making this area the hot spot for art lovers and cultural buffs.
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2014 Golden Triangle Real Estate Market Statistics
Number of Homes Sold: 61
Average List Price: $462,903
Average Sale Price: $364,230
Average Number of Days on Market: 41
Market Statistics data from REcolorado