I have called Frisco TX home since early 2000. I saw Frisco TX in its small town setting with its flat farm corn lands to now, sprouting growths of new commercial and residential developments. 30,000 residents called Frisco home back when I was a new resident and as of December 2010, over 100,000 people live in Frisco. Frisco is neighbored by Little Elm & The Colony on the west side, Plano & Allen on the south, McKinney on the east and Prosper & Celina on the north part of town. Frisco has about 69 square miles of land area – with lots of potential to house even more residents and businesses.
The City of Frisco has done an outstanding job of creating a city filled with family-oriented activies. Frisco is home to the Pizza Hut Soccer Stadium (17 soccer-fields), RoughRiders’ (minor-league baseball) and NHL DreamCenter training/ practice facity. Parks and trails such as the Warren Sports Complex (Eldorado/ North County Road), Frisco Commons (McKinney/ North County Road), Lone Star Ranch Trail, The Trails at West Frisco are high-quality recreational areas for family who enjoys outdoor activities. Frisco also has an indoor natatorium. The new and improved facility combined with recreation center (at Preston/ Wade) is under construction currently and is expected to open in Fall 2007. Frisco is also home to the Superdrome – an Olympic-ready facility for cycling. If you are looking for great dining places in the North Texas area, you would most likely end up in Frisco. We have a large selection of choices: from authentic Asian, Middle Eastern, Italian, western, and yes all the fast-food restaurants too.
In the few short years, Frisco Texas also attracted many businesses. Residents enjoy Stonebriar Mall, Cinemark, Strikz (family bowling center), GattiTown (children’s party & family activity center), Canyons of Frisco (climbing gym with state-of-the-art climbing facility for all ages and abilities), Dallas Stars training center, Minor league baseball Frisco Rough Rider, FC Dallas soccer team, Ice at Stonebriar (public skating, birthday parties, hockey and figure skating lessons) and more in all sorts of family-friendly environment.
The City Council of Frisco did an awesome job in developing and planning for Frisco. They adopt plans that continue to make Frisco – the best place to live! Frisco was the first city in the US to adopt “Energy Star” as minimum standard for new home construction 2001. They equipped themselves with great building inspectors: responsive to residents’ concerns and they actually returned my phone calls! They adopted great building codes amended for this region to ensure favorable building practice.
I am proud to call Frisco TX home. I can’t imagine my family and I living in another city!
For more information about this community, please contact me. I’d love to give you a home market evaluation in your Frisco community or if you are thinking about purchasing in this city or others, I’d love to hear from you. As the local area market expert, I proudly serve the Frisco, Plano, McKinney, Little Elm, Allen, Celina, Prosper, Richardson, Dallas and surrounding cities in the Dallas, Denton and Collin Counties real estate.
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