About Frisco, TX
From being named the best place to live by Money Magazine to earning the title as the fastest-growing city in the nation, it seems as though the small town of Frisco is now a thriving metropolis. It’s crazy to think that just over 30 years ago, in the 1990s, it was home to only 6,000 residents. Now, more than 190,000 people call this Dallas suburb home.
Through careful and deliberate planning, the city’s expansion has become 62 square miles of family-friend activities, booming nightlife, and the headquarters of some of the most recognizable names in business. The stretch of commercial development that runs along the Dallas North Tollway near Stonebriar Centre has become known as the $5 Billion Mile and could see more corporate office space than downtown Dallas.
Residents have moved north to this suburb for its diverse living, the growing economy, and the chance to call Frisco home.
Frisco Independent School District
Known for its outstanding reputation in academic excellence, innovative programs, and abundance of extracurricular activities, Frisco Independent School District has become one of the fastest-growing districts not only in the state but in the nation. The district is home to move than 60,000 students across 10 high schools, 17 middle schools, 42 elementary schools, and three special program schools. The 75 square mile district encompasses both Collin and Denton County and serves the cities of Frisco, Plano, McKinney, and Little Elm.
Things to Do in Frisco, TX
From family-friendly fun to a booming nightlife, a sports-lovers dream to a gamer’s paradise, Frisco offers a little bit of everything for everyone. Here are some of the top attractions in Frisco, TX.
Coming Soon – The PGA Headquarters
Living in Frisco, TX
Frisco residents see a low unemployment rate of only 3.2%. The median income in Frisco is $112,155, and the median home price is $404,500. Frisco has seen a 1.1% decrease in home values since last year, but the rate is expected to rise 2.7% over the next year. The median rent in Frisco is $2,525, which is higher than the average rent in the DFW Metroplex.
About the Neighborhood
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