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Frisco Real Estate
Frisco is an affluent city that spans both Collin and Denton Counties in the state of Texas and is a fast growing suburb of Dallas. According to the 2010 Census, the population in Frisco was 116,989 showing a growth of 83,275 since the last census just 10 years prior. Frisco was the #1 fastest growing city in the United States in 2009, as well as the fastest growing city in the nation for nine straight years starting in 2000 running to 2009. Like many of the cities located in the booming northern suburbs of Dallas, Frisco serves as a bedroom community for many professionals who work in the Dallas–Fort Worth Metroplex.
In 2003, Frisco received the designation "Tree City USA" by the National Arbor Day Foundation. In 2007, Frisco also received the National Arbor Day Foundation Growth Award for the third year running. This award recognizes cities that show environmental improvement and also encourages a higher level of tree care and preservation within the community. A 2007 Forbes study also named Frisco as the seventh-fastest growing suburb in the United States.
Frisco, Texas Sports Venues
Frisco is home to a variety of sport settings. The Dr. Pepper Ballpark, which is a 10,600 seat baseball stadium as well as a hockey arena, received the 2003 Texas Construction award for Best Architectural Design. The center held its first baseball game on April 3, 2003 and was named the best new ballpark that same year by BaseballParks.com. Frisco is the home of the Dallas Stars hockey therefore; they practice at the arena as well along with the Texas Tornados whom actually play their games in the arena. The Texas Legends, which are an affiliate to the Dallas Mavericks, play their games in this arena as well. Frisco is also the home of Pizza Hut Park, which is primarily used as a soccer stadium by FC Dallas (formerly the Dallas Burn), a Major League Soccer team, who formerly played at Dallas' Cotton Bowl and moved their home, but the park also hosts football games and concerts. It was opened August 6, 2005, and is a 20,500 seat stadium. The Dallas Cup is hosted in Frisco each year and draws teams from around the world. Frisco is the home of the Superdrome, which is an outdoor velodrome. Frisco also has an Olympic size state of the art natatorium.
Frisco, Texas Education
Most of Frisco is a part of the Frisco Independent School District. Some parts of Frisco extend into Lewisville Independent School District, Little Elm Independent School District, and Prosper Independent School District.
Frisco ISD currently has six high schools: Frisco High School, Centennial High School, Liberty High School, Wakeland High School, Heritage High School and Lone Star High School. Additional bond measures have been approved to begin plans for an 7th High School, with an 8th building to be completed by 2018. Frisco ISD athletic programs compete at 4A sports level. There are twelve middle schools in Frisco, including Wester, Clark, Cobb, Hunt, Fowler, Staley, Griffin, Roach, Maus, Stafford, Scoggins and Pioneer-Heritage. Frisco also has 30 Elementary Schools: Allen, Anderson, Ashley, Bledsoe, Boals, Borchardt, Bright, Carroll, Christie, Corbell, Curtsinger, Elliott, Fisher, Gunstream, Isbell, Mooneyham, Ogle, Pink, Purefoy, Riddle, Robertson, Rogers, Sem, Shawnee Trail, Smith, Sparks, Spears, Sonntag Tadlock and Taylor. Frisco also boasts the Frisco ISD Career & Technical Education Center, a building in which allows FISD high school students a place to experience and try different careers, from veterinary work to advertising and graphic design. Frisco is also home to a few higher education venues, one of which is the Preston Ridge campus of the community college district, Collin College which opened on Wade Boulevard in Frisco in August 1995. Secondly, Dallas Baptist University opened up a regional academic center in Frisco's Hall Office Park in January 2006, located at Warren Parkway and Internet Boulevard, then Amberton University has a local campus on Parkwood Boulevard north of Warren Parkway and The University of Dallas moved its Carrollton campus to Frisco as well.
Frisco, Texas Living
Frisco offers its residents a safer hometown environment with a great nightlife in Frisco and surrounding areas. The city is endowed with a strong sense of community with distinct neighborhoods that are secure, stable, and well-maintained, creating the foundation for a higher quality of life.
Area businesses and residents continue to benefit from increased expansion in Frisco and there are many new housing developments being built to keep up with the demand. If you’re in the market to buy Frisco real estate or thinking about relocating to Frisco, you’ll find a variety of residential options to choose from.
Whether you are looking for Frisco luxury homes, Frisco single-family homes, Frisco townhomes or Frisco condominiums in one of the many beautiful residential neighborhoods, Frisco, TX has something for every taste, lifestyle and budget, all of which make Frisco an extremely desirable place to live!
Frisco neighborhoods include: Starwood, Stonebriar, The Trails, Waterford Falls, Newman Village, Richwoods, and Plantation Resort to name a few. With popular local builders like Toll Brothers, Darling Homes, Highland Homes, Huntington, Drees, Grand Homes, DR Horton and Pulte.
For information about Frisco homes for sale, selling your existing Frisco real estate property, Frisco investment property for sale or property management services in Frisco, please contact Robyn Heathcock at 972-837-0651.
Frisco, Texas Economy
Like many Dallas suburbs, Frisco is accruing a great number of retail properties, including Stonebriar Centre which opened in August of 2000, Stonebriar Centre is a 165-store regional mall. Frisco also boasts IKEA, which opened 2005, a furniture store with an area of 310,000 sq ft. Retail establishments and restaurant chains line Preston Road, formerly known as the popular Preston Trail which joined Oklahoma to Texas, now is one of the major north-south traffic arteries in the city. Frisco chose a different economic path than many surrounding cities and elected to use a small percent of local sales tax to fund the Frisco Economic Development Corporation (FEDC) instead of DART, the typical regional transportation body.
Frisco has built Frisco Square, a mixed-use development as a focus for the new downtown. Frisco Square has about 250 rental residential units, several restaurants, about 40,000 square feet of commercial office space and a few personal service locations all surrounding the new City Hall and main Library, the major developments. A Cinemark theater also opened in December, 2010.
Frisco, Texas Zip Codes
Zip codes in Frisco: 75034, 75035 and 75033
Map of Frisco, Texas
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If you are looking for Frisco luxury homes, Frisco single-family homes, Frisco townhomes or Frisco condominiums, or you are looking to sell your existing Frisco real estate, we can take care of your real estate needs!
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