Golden Triangle News, Events, & Promotions
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January 2017

Warm the Winter Landscape with Your Words

We're looking forward to spring, which means the Golden Haiku contest is back! Submit your contemporary haiku before February 6, 2017 for the chance to win $400. Winning poems from around the globe will be displayed along sidewalks of the central business district next to the White House. Submit your haiku today.

Also, learn more about contemporary haiku from author and Golden Haiku judge Abigail Friedman.

Restaurant Week in the Golden Triangle

Book your table now! Winter Restaurant Week is back with great deals on many amazing restaurants in the neighborhood, including Aperto, Bombay Club, EquinoxKAZ Sushi Bistro, La Taberna del Alabardero, McCormick and Schmick's, Morton'sRistorante i Ricchi, and Teddy and the Bully Bar.

FEMA Recognizes Golden Triangle Emergency Preparedness Program

FEMA awarded the BID an honorable mention in community preparedness for its education events for tenants and property managers. Through these educational events, as well as ongoing coordination of stakeholders, like law enforcement and homeland security, the BID aims to make the central business district community safer, better prepared, and more resilient.

Welcome to the Neighborhood

1706 Eye Street
Simple, seasonal, healthy salads and grain bowls made in-house from scratch.

Tredici Enoteca
The St. Gregory Hotel, 2033 M Street
A Mediterranean restaurant featuring a raw oyster bar and highly selective wine menu.

Tri-Talk with Jordan G.

Jordan G., an outreach program manager at Pathways to Housing DC, discusses homeless outreach in the Golden Triangle neighborhood. The Golden Triangle BID employs four people from Pathways to connect people who are homeless with support, resources, and ultimately housing.

What do you do?
I manage two homeless outreach teams of case managers who meet people experiencing homelessness. They develop trusting relationships, often through assisting individuals in meeting their basic needs. The team works with each person to access services like housing, employment, physical and mental health care, and substance use treatment.

How is your work different across the seasons?
During hypothermia season, the team takes extra measures to ensure that persons experiencing homelessness are prepared for the cold. We increase rounds and coordinate with additional providers to ensure each individual who wishes to seek shelter has access. In the summertime, we ensure individuals are utilizing cooling centers and taking appropriate measures in the extreme heat.

What is your favorite story from case managing?
"Joe" was drawing concern from the community because he was in Murrow Park punching the air, bobbing, and weaving. You see, he had been a boxer when he was younger and had lifelong aspirations to do it professionally. Not having a place to live or a gym to practice in, Joe chose the park as his place to train. When I engaged Joe, he informed me that he was training because he was going to be having a boxing match soon. I love this story because it is quintessential outreach: things are never as they first appear. Joe is still engaged with the team and has been connected to supportive services.

Golden Triangle in the News


Michelin-Starred Chef Taking Over Panache Space Off Connecticut AveWashington Business Journal
Mediterranean Fare Lands at Tredici EnotecaEater DC
City Tap House to Replace STK at 1250 Connecticut AveBisnow
A Burger Joint is Opening in the Golden Triangle that Serves Only Virginia BeefWashington Post
Another Eatsa in the Works for DC. This One Near the White HousePOPville
Inside a Tiny Sandwich Shop, Memories of a Son and Comrade Lost in a Forgotten WarWashington Post
Rumors Rebrands as District Anchor on 19th StreetBorderstan
Sweetgreen Farragut Square OpensPOPville

Real Estate/Office

Office Envy: Get Productive in MakeOffices' New K Street SpaceDC Inno
Lewandowski, Bennett Open Lobbying Firm at 1717 Pennsylvania Ave NWPolitico


Dupont Circle’s Underground Trolley Station to Reopen Next MonthCurbed DC
The History of 127K Buildings in D.C., RevealedCurbed DC

Events & Promotions

CorePower Yoga • January 1–31 • Hit the mat 20 times in January for a chance to win 1 month of yoga or CPY Gear.
Ristorante i Ricchi • January 11, 7 p.m. • Learn what to expect the first 100 days over dinner with former chief of staff to George H.W. Bush, Craig Fuller.
Betsy Fisher • January 12–14 • Attend the trunk show to see the Spring 2017 Marie Saint Pierre collection.
Epic Yoga • January 15th, 2:30–4:30 p.m. • Join Shannon and Emma for a vision board party! Start with a light practice to prepare the body for meditation. 
WeWork on K Street • January 24, January 6–8 p.m. • RSVP for the "Online Advocacy Strategies" event to learn about mobilizing people to take action online.
DC Improv • January 28 2:30 p.m. • A special, interactive comedy show for kids as young as first grade with ComedySportz Improv. The adult show starts at 7:30 p.m.
SARAR • For a limited time only • Get 40%, 50%, and 60% off on suits, coats, and blazers. Shop now.

Metro Station Closures

Over the weekends of January 28–29 and February 4–5, Metro stations along the Blue/Orange/Silver lines will be closed. Trains will be replaced by buses. Get more information at

Holiday Drive Success

With your help, the Golden Triangle Homeless Outreach Team was able to collect more than 1,000 items during the Holiday Drive. The household products will be used in "Welcome Home" baskets for people from our neighborhood who were recently housed with help from Pathways to Housing DC.
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