Frisco is an affluent city located in Collin and Denton counties in Texas. It is part of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, and is located approximately 25 miles from both Dallas Love Field and Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Frisco is home to corporate headquarters for the Dallas Cowboys (Fall 2016) and the Dallas Stars, and regional offices for Levi Strauss and Budweiser. The average home price for Frisco is $503,485.
Frisco offers something for everyone when it comes to food. From drive-through to fine dining, variety and affordability make this small town a mecca for food enthusiasts. You’ll find plenty of coffee shops and fast food eateries, and an abundance of specialty cafes and gourmet restaurants serving Italian, French, Mexican, Greek, Thai, Pacific Rim, and Southwestern selections to please the palate and the pocketbook. Also, there is eight-million-square-feet of shopping and hundreds of dining options that should be enough to satisfy any fashionista or foodie. It might take a few days to cover everything from Stonebriar Centre (one of the largest malls in the Southwest), to the Centre at Preston Ridge to the only IKEA in North Texas. When it comes to entertainment, we’ve got you covered. There’s indoor go kart racing at Pole Position Raceway, indoor skydiving at iFLY, two major concert and entertainment venues (Toyota Stadium & Dr Pepper Arena), The Museum of the American Railroad, four golf courses, three professional sports teams that include Major League Soccer (FC Dallas), Minor League Baseball (Frisco RoughRiders) and an NBA Developmental League team (Texas Legends). There is even a one-of-a-kind luxury gun range and much more! In the fall of 2016, the Dallas Cowboys will move their team headquarters and training facilities to Frisco! The proposed new indoor stadium will be a minimum of 12,000 seats, which will serve a portion of the training needs for the Cowboys, as well as host events such as FISD football, soccer, graduation, convocation, and band competition events.
Frisco ISD continues to be the fastest growing school district in the state of Texas. During the past six years, FISD has grown by 20-30 percent annually in student population. Within the 72 square miles of the city’s district, FISD serves residents of Collin and Denton Counties including residents of Frisco, and some portions of Plano, Little Elm and McKinney. Higher education classes are also available to Frisco residents. In addition, there are many other private educational opportunities for all age levels.