Welcome to Holladay! Salt Lake’s oldest continuously inhabited town is named after founding settler, John Holladay. The springs, ponds, grasses and wildflowers that drew early pioneers to this part of the valley continue to lure new residents today. Here you’ll discover stunning views of the mountains, long meandering lanes, and a small town, everyone-knows-your-name atmosphere.
Holladay offers a mix of large, sprawling estates and post war rambler-lined streets. Homes generally sit on larger 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 contains some of Salt Lake’s wealthiest zip codes. And with that you can count on excellent libraries, schools, parks, community programs, manicured streets and convenient access to freeways and canyons.