Frisco, Texas

Powerhouse of Collin County

Frisco, Texas started off as a small railroad town in 1902 but has catapulted onto a track of prime business locations and highly-desired residential homes. With a current population of 215,000 and covering 69 square miles, it is the second largest city in Collin County. Frisco is conveniently located near Sam Rayburn Tollway (121) and North Dallas Tollway providing travel ease to 2 major airports equally close with DFW International Airport and Dallas Love Field Airport located 24 miles away.

Frisco has been honored with the #1 Place to Live in America in 2018 by Money Magazine.  In 2020 it received honors from  SmartAsset naming Frisco the #1 Most Recession Proof City, naming Frisco #2 Best City for Jobs After Graduation and WalletHub naming Frisco #3 Best Real Estate Market in the US.

Frisco is also home to a variety of sporting venues, including the Dr. Pepper Ballpark, a minor league baseball Stadium that is home to the Frisco RoughRiders; Toyota Stadium, which is primarily used as a soccer stadium by the FC Dallas soccer club but also hosts football games and concerts; and the Comerica Center, a combination hockey and basketball venue, which is the home of the Texas Legends of the NBA Development League and the North American Hockey League franchise Texas Tornado. It also serves as the practice facility for the Dallas Stars of the National Hockey League. The Star in Frisco is home to the Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters and training facilities including the Ford Center which is a state-of-the-art 510,000 square foot indoor athletic facility shared by the Dallas Cowboys, the City of Frisco and Frisco ISD’s high schools.

Frisco offers its residents a unique living experience with numerous recreational activities, award-winning schools, and great neighborhoods!  If this sounds like someplace you’d like to call home, scroll down for a detailed list of homes for sale in Frisco.


Things to do in Frisco

Shopping & Outdoors

Stonebriar Centre is a premier shopping destination with stores such as Coach, Godiva Chocolatier, H&M, James Avery Craftsman, Michael Kors, Microsoft, Pottery Barn, Williams-Sonoma and The LEGO Store just to name a few. Shoppers can enjoy fun for the whole family at the AMC Theatres with its IMAX Theater, as well as at Dave & Buster’s.  Your kids will surely want to stop by the large Carousel located in the food court featuring 32 colorful horses with 24,000 lights.

Museum of the American Railroad collects artifacts and archival material from the railroad industry to exhibit a past era of  American railroads.  Exhibits and general programs are provided year-round.

National Videogame Museum is a place where you can learn about the videogame industry’s rich history, where it’s heading next, and how you can  be a part of it. The goal  is to document, FIRST HAND, as much information about the creation and evolution of the videogame industry as possible and preserve as many physical artifacts as possible for generations to come. And, YES, you can play many of the games found at the museum.

iFLY  Prepare to be blown away – literally. It’s thrilling. It’s amazing. Experience the feeling of freefall as you float on a smooth cushion of air. There’s no parachute, no jumping, and nothing attaching you to planet Earth. It’s just you FLYING in the air. Super fun, super safe and super cool!

Frisco Golf Courses:

Frisco Lakes Golf Club

Plantation Golf Club

The Trails of Frisco Golf Club

The Westin Stonebriar Golf Club

Education & Higher Learning

Collin College & Frisco ISD

Collin College’s Frisco Campus (also known as Preston Ridge Campus) serves over 8,000 students and specializes in business and high-tech programs. Collin College’s Engineering Technology Department was named the 2014 Tech Titan of the Future – University Level by the Metroplex Technology Business Council. Through dual credit courses and a seamless degree transfer to UT Dallas, the Engineering Technology Department is creating pathways to increase the number of engineering graduates. Currently an IT Center is under construction with a planned opening for Fall 2021.

In addition, Collin College offers the award-winning Institute of Culinary Education providing an experiential education for the fast-growing hospitality industry. Students can complete certificates or degrees in hotel/restaurant management, events management, Pastry Arts and Culinary Arts.

Frisco ISD

Many families choose to call Frisco ISD home due to their outstanding reputation for academic excellence, innovative programs and wealth of extracurricular opportunities and experiences. Frisco decided very early on that their focus would be a student-opportunities model committed to creating small, personalized learning environments that has guided the District through three decades of explosive enrollment growth. It is reflected in the deliberate manner in which Frisco has built and configured their schools.

Elementary schools serve 700-plus students in grades K-5, middle schools serve 800-1,000 students in grades 6-8 and high schools serve up to 2,100 students in grades 9-12. Frisco ISD currently enrolls more than 60,000 students in 10 high schools, 17 middle schools, 42 elementary schools.

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