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The Location

About Holladay

Residents swear that Holladay feels more like a small town than part of a bigger metropolis. Here you’ll discover stunning views of the mountains and wide, meandering lanes. Homes built during the post-war era sit on large lots graced with old growth cottonwood and lindon trees. The new Holladay Town Center adds a trendy vibrancy to this neighborhood’s historic main street. This family-friendly area has a higher cost of living than other surrounding neighborhoods. And with that you can count on excellent libraries, schools, parks, community programs, manicured streets and convenient access to freeway and canyons.

How to Spend a Day in Holladay

Where to Shop, Dine and Play

Meet Taryn

“I finally “get” Holladay now, and I love it!

“I was very hesitant to move to Holladay at first. People said I would love it, so I moved with trust. I quickly fell in love with the gorgeous views in every direction. The mountains to the east are incredible, and the city to the west is beautiful in a different way. Access to a freeway is so easy and I was unaware of how many great resources there are in such a small city. We don’t need to go downtown for anything unless we so choose. Everything we would want or need is centrally located. I finally “get” Holladay now, and I love it!”

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Karly Nielsen’s clients consistently praise her expertise, her keen negotiation skills, and, most of all, her indomitable positive attitude. With her contagious determination and genuine concern, you will be thankful to have her on your side. Karly shares your goals and commits to helping you succeed. Karly’s path in life naturally led her to a career in real estate. After earning a degree in Business Management, she worked and volunteered in the housing sector for many years. Moving her young family numerous times in the span of ten years made her a master in the art of moving. The Nielsen family navigated changes from Brooklyn to New Jersey, then cross-country back to her home state of California, before settling in Utah and renovating their current home in the Yalecrest Neighborhood. All of these experiences, coupled with her ability to connect with people from all walks of life, steered Karly toward getting her real estate license in 2015. Shortly after starting as an agent, she realized that she’d found her niche and she set out to start her own brokerage.

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