There are 297 properties in the 43 blocks of the Golden Triangle ranging from historic brownstones to cutting-edge LEED-certified office buildings. With projects constantly underway to renovate or redevelop buildings within the neighborhood, the landscape of the Golden Triangle is always being refreshed.
The Golden Triangle BID also strives to enhance the neighborhood through long-term, strategic initatives such as the Connecticut Avenue streetscape enhancement project, which leverages existing assets in the neighborhood to serve as a catalyst in transforming Connecticut Avenue.
Connecticut Avenue is a key corridor in the District of Columbia, and in the Golden Triangle BID it serves as a powerful and iconic street that connects the White House to Dupont Circle and residents, visitors, and commuters to the heart of the downtown and other destinations throughout the city. The Golden Triangle BID 's streetscape enhancement project will reposition Connecticut Avenue as one of the grandest streets in the world. With a tree-lined median, attractive street furniture, a strategy to attract and retain retail along the corridor, the BID and its partners have put a plan in motion to make Connecticut Avenue an amazing, world-renowned destination.