Golden Triangle

Home Sales Statistics for Golden Triangle
Updated February, 2016

Golden Triangle real estate has appreciated 18.4% since February, 2015

Sold Properties (past 12 months):

Homes Sold: 80

Average Days on Market: 46

Median Days on Market: 18.5

Most Expensive: $1,265,000

Least Expensive: $190,000

Months of Inventory: 2

Original Price Final Price Sold Price Net Sold
Average $453,915 $445,580 $436,193 $435,523
Median $402,500 $400,000 $397,500 $395,500
Avg Price / SqFt w/o Basement $314 $309 $302 $302
Avg Price / Fin SqFt w/ Basement $316 $310 $303 $303

Homes Sold By Price Point
Months of Invertory by Price Point

Golden Triangle Neighborhood

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Golden Triangle is one of Denver’s oldest neighborhoods with a handful of bungalows and Victorian homes built in  late 1800’s, many of which fell into disrepair or were bulldozed in favor of surface parking lots, and commercial interests during the second-half of the past century.  The neighborhood has begun to redefine itself over the past decade.

With the recent addition of the Denver Art Museum and their associated residences and efforts to clean-up Civic Center park, this neighborhood could be turning a new leaf.  Certainly its location could not be more centrally located to Denver’s major venues.  Unfortunately, Denver developer Craig Nassi’s additions of such projects as the the Prado and Beauvallion, while impressive in size, have created a slew of lawsuits for alleged shoddy craftsmanship.  However, other low-profile condo projects in the area have proven to be successful.

Golden Triangle Neighborhood Highlights: