The Golden Triangle BID works every day to create a clean and safe neighborhood and to enhance the Golden Triangle experience for business, workers, area residents and visitors. The BID's programs and services are designed with this in mind.
The BID spends many hours each year maintaining parks, painting light poles, emptying trash cans, and doing other work to enhance its 43 square blocks of public space.
Public art initiatives in the Golden Triangle include the transformation of historic call boxes into works of art, bringing art and function together by way of a creative bicycle racks, and activating the park by stunning light art at the Farragut West and Farragut North Metro stations and other ongoing projects to enliven the neighborhood through art.
The Golden Triangle BID is an epicenter of activity in the heart of the most powerful city in the world. Find out how transportation and connectivity like WiFi and mobile-friendly websites are thriving in the BID.
While the Golden Triangle's prime location in DC's central business district means it is mostly built out, there are still opportunities for redevelopment, renovation, and enhancement of the streetscape.
The Golden Triangle is booming and retail plays a big role. In the 2011, the Golden Triangle BID commissioned a retail development strategy and hired a retail recruiter to help businesses find the perfect location in the neighborhood.