Below, please find the Golden Triangle BID’s press releases, past issues of the newsletter, and various publications.
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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
Read all about what the Golden Triangle BID did to support its members and serve the community in 2015. The Annual Report also features many of the programs and promotions that took place throughout the fiscal year.
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.
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.