The Golden Triangle is made up of those neighborhoods located between Mizner Park and the waterfront estates along the intracoastal waterway in Boca Raton: Boca Villas, Kings Court, and Whisem. Interesting to note: the area is not actually a triangle shape.
The Golden Triangle has become one of the hottest and most desirable communities to live in in recent years due to a construction boom that started in the early-2000’s and gained momentum in the real estate recovery period following 2008’s collapse. This transition turned over the small homes, built primarily in the 1950’s, to make way for larger, more modern homes. Most original homes today are sold for lot value, as both end-users and developers have discovered the potential of living in one of Boca Raton most walkable locations.
Because of its unique location in the heart of downtown Boca, the limited availability of home sites, and the relatively low prices compared to neighboring communities, you can expect the Golden Triangle to continue to be one of the most popular and desirable neighborhoods.