Selected by Money magazine as the “best place to live in America,” Frisco offers a desirable mix of location, livability and exceptional homes – all presented by the real estate experts at Allie Beth Allman & Associates.
Located just 30 miles north of downtown Dallas and just minutes from several business campuses including T-Mobil, Oracle, Amerisource and more, Frisco covers 62 square miles along the Dallas North Tollway. With a projected job growth of 15 percent over the next four years, according to Moody Analytics, Frisco has opportunity for everyone.
Pristine community and neighborhood parks in Frisco are well-equipped for the sports enthusiasts, with baseball and soccer fields, basketball and sand volleyball, picnic pavilions and playgrounds. Frisco also boasts approximately 56 miles of hiking and biking trails if you want to get out and enjoy the nice Texas weather in a comfortable, homey environment. The popular Frisco Athletic Center sports a state-of-the-art fitness area, two full-sized gyms, two aerobic studios, childcare, recreation classrooms and indoor and outdoor aquatic areas.
Multiple sports venues abound with Major League Soccer team FC Dallas, Minor League Baseball’s Rough Riders, National Hockey League Dallas Stars and the National Football League Dallas Cowboys.
Sports and recreation aren't the only big draws of Frisco. The city offers plenty of fine shopping, dining and entertainment venues, all within a short distance from Frisco Square considered the new downtown, showcasing 250 rental residential units, restaurants and commercial office space. Stonebriar Centre offers six major department stores, a 24-screen movie theater, national and local shops. The city also has the region's only IKEA. Preston Road, a major north-south thoroughfare, continues to grow and offer retail establishments and restaurants.
Most children who reside in the city attend the highly regarded Frisco Independent School District which includes 70 campuses. The Frisco ISD Career & Technical Education Center allows high school students to experience different careers before making decisions about their futures.
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