Welcome to Frisco Texas – a vibrant, family oriented city located 20 minutes north of downtown Dallas in Collin and Denton Counties, Texas.
Frisco has over eight million square feet of retail shopping, restaurants, award-winning hotels, commercial office space and sporting events with four professional sports teams.
Homes – The City of Frisco offers homes in all price ranges in excellent family neighborhoods and planned unit developments. With a population in excess of 108,000 Frisco was named the fastest growing city in the United States 2000-2009. Frisco addressed and controlled this rapid growth with community planning and development of major subdivisions and infrastructures, in conjunction with the nations largest builders and developers.
Outstanding schools – Most of Frisco is a part of the Frisco Independent School District, consisting of six high schools, 12 middle schools and 30 elementary schools. Frisco is also the home to the Preston Ridge campus of Collin County Community College and a regional academic center of Dallas Baptist University.
Environmentally friendly – Frisco received the National Arbor Day Foundation Growth Award “Tree City USA” for three years in a row; this award recognizes environmental improvement and encourages a higher level of tree care and preservation within a community.
Shop ‘til you drop – Frisco shopping includes Stonebriar Center a shopping mall of 165 retail stores plus restaurants; Frisco Square a mixed use development of retail, commercial and residential units; IKEA, a 300,000 square feet furniture and accessories store.
Sports galore – Frisco sports venues include the Dr. Pepper Ballpark, a 10,500 seat baseball stadium; the Pizza Hut Park, a 20,000 seat stadium, primarily used for soccer, but also hosts football and concerts; Dr Pepper Arena a combination basketball and hockey venue.
Frisco hosts the Texas Legends of the NBA Development League; the Texas Tornado of the North American Hockey League, and is a practice facility for the Dallas Stars of the NHL. In all, Frisco offers the sports excitement of NCAA Division I conference, an NHL hockey team, a Major League Soccer team, a minor hockey league and one of its teams, a minor-league baseball team, and an NBA D-league team.
Recreation – Frisco recreation opportunities include the Frisco Athletic Center an 18,000 square feet indoor aquatics and 40,000 square feet of outdoor aquatic features. Some area residents refer to this as the “Rec Center.” It features upscale exercise equipment, and group exercise classes.
Frisco also has the Superdrome, a part of the United States Olympic wood bicycle racing track, 100,000 square feet, that is open to the public during specified hours.
Art – Frisco has over 100 pieces of art in Hall Office Park, including the Texas Sculpture Garden, and over 50 publicly owned sculptures throughout the city.
Consider moving to Frisco TX and the many advantages for making this fantastic community your home. Contact me at 214-212-6770, my name is Norma Wall and I offer you the services of our dedicated group of local real estate experts. If you have questions, just ask!