About the Golden Triange
Residents of Denver’s Golden Triangle neighborhood appreciate its prime location, immediately south of downtown Denver. Over the years, the Golden Triangle has undergone many transformations. Along with new condominium and loft developments, many old supply stores and garages have been transformed into restaurants, art galleries, boutiques, and small offices.
The Golden Triangle is now bustling with vibrant business. Some local favorites include:
- Galvanize and Gather
- Cuba Cuba
- Melita’s Greek Cafe & Market
- Rooster & Moon Coffee Pub
- Metropolis Coffee
- Dazzle Jazz Restaurant & Lounge
Within a four-block radius of the Golden Triangle is Civic Center Park, the Denver Art Museum, the Clyfford Still Museum, the Denver Central Public Library, the historic Byers-Evans House & Museum, the Colorado History Museum, and the Denver Mint.
Downtown Denver is just a ten minute walk away from 1120 Delaware, and both the Cherry Creek Bike Path and the Sunken Gardens Park are just across the street. You can easily walk to the Santa Fe Art district to check out over 60 galleries or enjoy the First Friday Art Walk. Regardless of your interests, the Golden Triangle is an eclectic neighborhood with a number of great options to suit every taste.