Luxurious Apartments
in Jackson Hole

Growing demand from moderate-income renters, who in previous economic cycles would have become homeowners, has fundamentally changed the apartment market in Jackson Hole. Hidden Hollow was built to address Jackson Hole’s paradigm shift by creating more diverse housing options where quality of neighborhood is the most important factor. Our luxurious apartments increase the caliber of housing available locally with a sense of comfort and community.


Hidden Hollow

of Jackson Hole, Wyoming


Bordering the National Elk Refuge in Jackson Hole, Hidden Hollow embodies the best of all possible worlds in Jackson: upscalescenic, and close to the very heart of the community. Come and visit Hidden Hollow and explore the unique opportunity to live and work in the historic Rocky Mountain West, in a beautiful setting along the Magnificent Teton Mountain Range.



Like Amenities?  Then you will LOVE Hidden Hollow !  We have the ideal location for your sanctuary nestled next to the National Elk Refuge one block away from the Town Square.  Our urban retreats offer modern luxury in a 3-story structure where amenities are plentiful.   Our elevators extend down into the underground parking complete with storage and a pet-washing spa for your furry family.   Let Hidden Hollow amenities lift your spirit with granite countertops, in unit washer and dryer, and the fastest high-speed Internet featuring the latest technology.  Walking, running, biking trails, and an aquatic center are right out your front door. Enjoy private decks, lobbies with fireplaces, a community coffee bar, on site mailboxes and much more.

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Our Location

Live the dream in the most sought-after real estate in the world.  Jackson Hole is surrounded by surreal natural beauty and limitless outdoor pursuits.  Downtown Jackson is the hub of world class dining, shopping and entertainment. Living at Hidden Hollow puts you within walking or biking distance to all.  Practice your fly-fishing skills on one of the top tributary streams on in the world, Cache Creek, which rests on the Elk Refuge.  Treat yourself with a meal out at Local or step out into the cultural hub of Jackson, The Center for the Arts, for an art class or to enjoy the theater.  Lap swimming or family fun is available at the Teton County Parks and Recreation aquatic center, which is conveniently located next door