Walk Score *
39 / 100
Bike Score *
45 / 100
Transit Score *
TB / 100
Average House Size
1,364 sq. ft.
Average Lot Size
6,970 sq. ft.
Dayton View Triangle Federation
Contact: Kegan Sickels
Dayton View Triangle (also known as “The Triangle”) is a northwest Dayton neighborhood bounded by Salem Avenue, Philadelphia Drive, and Cornell Drive.
This neighborhood features some of the city’s most elaborate and impressive architecture including Tudor, Colonial Revival, Georgian, Craftsman, Mediterranean, and bungalow styles. With its rolling hills, winding streets, and mature trees, The Triangle offers a park-like setting that is peaceful and beautiful in every season.
On the south end of the neighborhood is the Omega Baptist Church-Harvard Campus. The campus continues to grow as new programs and facilities are built out, such as the Senior Lofts and The Hope Center. These facilities provide stability and transformative services for The Triangle and surrounding neighborhoods. Walking trails and a neighborhood playground can also be found on the campus.
The Dayton Northwest Recreation Center, featuring an indoor swimming pool and programming for all ages, is within a short walk or drive along Benson/Everett Drive. Dayton View Triangle residents stay engaged throughout the year with a variety of activities.
This neighborhood features a monthly book club, neighborhood association meetings, pop-up music concerts, Trunk or Treat, and an annual garage sale. People who live in The Triangle talk about a sense of community and a desire to know one another. Residents also pride themselves on a uniquely beautiful and manicured appearance that is rare to find so close to a city center.
Dayton View Triangle
Zip Code(s) 45406
* All scores with asterisk are from Walk Score