in a few words
With the arrival of the Dallas Cowboys Headquarters relocating to the Star in Frisco a plethora of new business has followed, including Whole Foods and a Hotel Zaza. It's hard to believe that Frisco has grown from less than 2000 residents to just over 140,000 in the last 40 years. Real estate forecasters predict that Frisco will be the Dallas of the North in the next 5-10 years, with its own "ring of suburbs." While the growth is at an all-time high, Frisco hasn't gotten too big for its britches; while city officials brought in new business and revenue, they also worked to lower property taxes for homeowners. (Whew!) Great shopping, dining and entertainment are all big highlights of this growing area, but don’t overlook Frisco ISD, which has committed to keeping the school's small in class sizes, rather than building mega high schools.
Location, location, location - that's all there is to say about how convenient Frisco is to literally everything in the Metroplex. A quick trip down the DNT to Dallas is about a 20 minute ride, the DFW airport is only 30 minutes away and even though it's in the northern part of DFW, Frisco is definitely not located in Oklahoma.
One thing that attracts so many newcomers to the Frisco community is the diversity in housing choices. Simply put, there's a great variety of style and price range when it comes to living in Frisco. Old school Frisco, the charming downtown area, features traditional ranch style homes, a patchwork of Victorian charmers and as of recent, a few more modern new builds have been popping up. Luxury homes abound with high-end gated neighborhoods like Starwood and Stonebriar Country Club Estates that attract executives and professionals commuting to Frisco. Spectacular new construction neighborhoods that are filled with amenities galore continue to boom with pricing variety that fits just about any budget. In a nutshell, Frisco is the charming and cozy guest room to Dallas.
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