Holladay Neighborhood Guide | Utah Real Estate
Located at the base of the Wasatch Front Mountains, Holladay residents enjoy easy commutes to both Downtown Salt Lake City, nearby the University of Utah, and the ski canyons. Named after John Holladay, this area was established in 1847 as a little village away from Salt Lake City but has grown to more than 27,000 residents. Beautiful views of the mountains can be seen from almost anywhere in this town.
Shops & Restaurants
Holladay boasts about 70 restaurants, bars and coffee shops, and three main shopping areas. Some of the popular restaurants include Franck’s Restaurant, Tuscany Restaurant, Layla Mediterranean Grill & Mezze, and Café Madrid. Residents can make a quick trip to the local Macys, or even the local Pier 1 Imports.
Parks & Recreation
Holladay has several large parks and the Old Mill Golf Course. Day trips can be planned to the Hogle Zoo or up to the ski towns like Park City. Interested in hiking, climbing and more? All outdoor activities are just short drives away. Residents can also enjoy the local Holladay Library on a cold winter day.
There are five elementary schools, two junior high schools and two high schools in the Holladay School District. In addition, the University of Utah is a short 15-minute drive away or a 40-minute bus ride. Other local higher education schools include Salt Lake Community College, the LDS Business College, and about a 40-minute drive away is Utah Valley University.