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Implementing the Plan
In 2015-17, a diverse working group of Golden Triangle stakeholders met to discuss how best to implement the ideas and opportunities outlined in the 2014 Neighborhood Plan. That group decided that a new nonprofit organization called the Golden Triangle Partnership (GTP or Golden Triangle Creative District) should be created to be a more inclusive, financially stronger, and more powerful voice for the interests of our community.
The GTP will absorb all the activities that are being sponsored by the Golden Triangle Association (GTA) and other registered neighborhood organizations and initiate new activities. The GTP operates as a nonprofit organization through a fiscal sponsor, the Colorado Nonprofit Development Center (CNDC).
On November 10, 2014, Denver City Council adopted a new neighborhood plan for the Golden Triangle. The consulting firm MIG, in conjunction with Denver’s Community Planning Department, developed the plan with extensive input from the neighborhood (View the Plan). As stated in the plan it “sets forth a comprehensive, holistic approach, weaving together a nuanced set of strategies that collectively will foster an Eclectic, Connected, Creative, and Livable Golden Triangle.”
Beginning in 2016, the area’s Zoning and Design Guidelines will be updated to support the concepts proposed in the neighborhood plan.
For more information about the plan, see
Denver Post article
Current Design Guidelines
Zoning Guidelines generally for Golden Triangle area (with some exceptions) are in Division 8.6, D-GT
The Civic Center District Plan applies to the northern portion of the Golden Triangle area
Special Sign Code provisions for the Golden Triangle area are in Section 10.10.15 of the zoning code