Below, please find the Golden Triangle BID’s press releases, past issues of the newsletter, and various publications.
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The Golden Triangle BID Launches “Golden Getaway” to Honor Local Heroes – February 25, 2021
Golden Triangle BID Adds Four New Sculptures to 19th Street Rain Gardens – September 22,2020
Joint Statement from the Golden Triangle and DowntownDC BIDs – June 5, 2020
Golden Triangle BID Announces Winners of the 2020 Golden Haiku Poetry Contest – February 18, 2020
The Lion King to Kick Off Eighth Annual Golden Cinema in Farragut Square – February 6, 2020
Seventh Annual Golden Haiku Poetry Contest Accepting Entries – December 4, 2019
Golden Triangle BID Named LEED Platinum Community – October 7, 2019
Golden Triangle BID’s Outdoor Summer Events Program Launches May 7 – April 23, 2019
Golden Triangle Business Improvement District Welcomes Layers + Lines – April 4, 2019
Golden Triangle BID Announces 2019 Golden Haiku Winners – March 11, 2019
Sixth Annual Golden Haiku Poetry Competition Accepting Entries – January 3, 2019
DC Says Farewell to No Spectators: Beyond the Renwick Outdoor Art Exhibition – November 20, 2018
How Long Can 1,800 Pounds of Ice Survive a DC Summer? – July 11, 2018
Caps Outdoor Watch Party in Farragut Square on June 4 – June 4, 2018
Golden Triangle, Renwick Gallery Bring ‘Burning Man’ to DC Streets – March 28, 2018
Golden Triangle in Washington, D.C. Announces 2018 Golden Haiku Winners – February 20, 2018
Golden Triangle Business District in D.C. Launches Annual Haiku Contest – December 12, 2017
Golden Triangle Completes Phase I of Duke Ellington Park Renovation – November 17, 2017
Golden Triangle Earns International Excellence Award – September 15, 2017
First Ever ‘Made in DC’ Retail Store and Cafe Opening This Fall – September 5, 2017
Golden Triangle Announces Winners of Golden Streets Competition – June 28, 2017
Golden Triangle Announces Winners of 2017 Golden Haiku Contest – February 27, 2017
2017 Golden Cinema Film Series Features Hollywood Blockbusters, Family Favorites – February 27, 2017
Golden Triangle Honored By FEMA for Community Preparedness – December 30, 2016
Golden Triangle BID Hosts Unique Holiday Drive for Homeless and Recently Housed – November 23, 2016
Small Business Saturday in the Golden Triangle – November 22, 2016
The Golden Triangle is Getting Smarter – October 20, 2016
Golden Triangle BID Announces Board of Directors and Officers for FY17 – October 13, 2016
More Than 12,000 Downtown Workers Affected by Pepco Outage – August 16, 2016
Golden Triangle BID to Host Metro Safety and SafeTrack Event – June 9, 2016
Tiny Jewel Box Expansion Cements Growth on Connecticut Avenue – November 23, 2015
National Park Service Recognizes Golden Triangle with Top Award – September 15, 2015
‘Stayin’ Alive’ to Be the Life Saving Beat Heard During CPR Challenge – September 9, 2015
DC Councilmembers to Face Off in Table Tennis Tournament – August 27, 2015
Golden Triangle BID Bringing Earth Day to Busy D.C. Intersection – April 7, 2015
A Dozen Chances to Win Big Prizes – November 24, 2014
Golden Triangle BID Executive Director Wins Women Who Mean Business Award – November 14, 2014
The Guide to the Golden Triangle is the official street-level business directory for the Golden Triangle. Find more than 600 shops, restaurants, hotels, and hot spots inside the Guide, and get transportation information for DC’s Central Business District.
Transforming Our Streets and the Public Realm Through Art and Programming
The last year showed us that our public plazas, sidewalks, and parks are more important than ever. On this Gensler Design Exchange podcast, the Golden Triangle BID Executive Director, Leona Agouridis, sits down with Gensler Principal & Studio Director, Carolyn Sponza, and artist, Cheryl Wing-Zi Wong, to explore how art and the built environment can intersect to address the increased demand for public space activation spurred by the global pandemic and to create more equitable, sustainable business districts in the future.
A map of the 43 blocks of the Golden Triangle BID shows the BID boundaries, directions to nearby attractions, Metro stations, parks, and building footprints. Use it as a quick reference guide to help you get around the neighborhood.
Cycling can be a great way to get around in the Golden Triangle. With more than 400 racks on the street, six artistic racks, and several bike sharing locations, it’s easy to enjoy the benefits of biking in the central business district.
This brochure shares the benefits of locating your store, restaurant, or business in the Golden Triangle neighborhood.