The Golden Triangle Partnership promotes our vibrant neighborhood through beautification, economic development, arts, and culture; its collaborative efforts advocate for and protect the interests of this diverse community.
Denver’s Golden Triangle Creative District is located between the boundaries of Lincoln, Colfax and Speer We are a neighborhood of diversity. From coffee to tuxedos, we tend to our residents and guests with services as unique as our architecture. Committed to the beautification of the community, the GTP works with prospective builders, city planners and other community volunteers to keep us looking our best and building to the highest of standards.
GTP Mission and Goals
The Golden Triangle Partnership is a project of the Colorado Nonprofit Development Center, a nonprofit 501c3,and a Denver Registered Neighborhood Organization. The formation of the GTP was an outgrowth recommendations of the Golden Triangle Neighborhood Plan, approved in 2014. The Golden Triangle is the area bounded by Speer Boulevard, Colfax Avenue and Lincoln Street. The mission of the GTP is to advocate and promote initiatives which represent the best interests of residents, businesses, institutions and others who live and work in the Golden Triangle.
Leadership of the GTP is by Leslie Horna, Executive Director, and the GTP Board of Directors, a volunteer board which oversees the wide range of committees, task forces, working groups and projects that collectively accomplish a wide range of advocacy, marketing, community beautification and economic development activities.
See our “Leadership” page.
The ultimate goal of the Golden Triangle Partnership is to continually improve the quality of life, the business environment and the economic well-being of the Golden Triangle Community. The Neighborhood is unique in that it is the civic and cultural heart of Denver, as home to the city and county government buildings, the State Capitol and Judicial center, Federal buildings (including the Mint), major museums and galleries, (including the Denver Art Museum, the Clyfford Still Museum,the CELL, Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Arts, and five DADA galleries), Denver Health, Civic Center Park and the Denver Central Library.