Sunday’s Journal North had this to say about the origins of the Triangle District:
“Perhaps Willem Malten, owner of Cloud Cliff Bakery, on Second Street by the railroad crossing, might know some history. Malten’s business has been in the neighborhood since the late ’80s. His bakery now shares its space with El Patio Cafe.
“Before, it was called ‘The Crossing,’ because of the railroad crossing,” said Malten. “But it seemed a little too religious.” Malten said he thought urban designer Roy Wroth was the person who first called the area the Triangle District.”Read More