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Though it’s located just 25 miles north of Dallas, the city of Frisco, TX is an independent world of attractions, recreation, opportunities, and amenities. With plenty of growing retail and commercial developments—such as the restaurants and retail stores along Preston Road, the new Stonebriar Center, or the new downtown hub of Frisco Square—there are plenty of opportunities for shopping, dining, and even employment.

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Parks & Rec

Frisco is home to over 40 public parks, encompassing over 1,300 acres of maintained parkland and natural areas. It offers an additional 90 miles of paved paths and natural trails, as well as a wealth of recreational facilities including the premiere Frisco Athletic Center, iFLY, an indoor skydiving facility, Canyons Rock Climbing Gym, and Pole Position Raceway. Signature and champion golf courses can also be found throughout town.

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Attractions

The fun and excitement never ends in Frisco! Explore historic Downtown Frisco, where you’ll find a plethora of local shops and restaurants, as well as the Frisco Heritage Museum, Frisco Commons Spray Park, and events like Music in the Square, Frisco Freedom Fest, and the Lone Star Storytelling Festival. And don’t forget to discover the businesses, restaurants, and Cinemark theater of the new mixed-use Frisco Square.

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Employment

Though Frisco is located within an easy commute of the Dallas-Fort Worth areas, it is home to a wealth of its own top employers, including Frisco ISD, T-Mobile, Amerisource, Conifer Health, Baylor Medical Center, Mario Sinacola & Sons, Centennial Medical Center, Oracle Corporation, Collin College, IKEA, and Randstadt Technologies.

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Education

Frisco is served by Frisco Independent School District, a top-rated and fast-growing public school district of the northern Dallas area. The district offers 40 elementary schools, 16 middle schools, and eight high schools. Additionally, continuing education can be found in Frisco at Collin College, Amberton University, the University of Dallas, and the University of North Texas.

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Sports & Entertainment

Sports enthusiasts rejoice; Frisco is a hub of sporting events. It’s home to Toyota Stadium, where FC Dallas of Major League Soccer plays and Dr Pepper Ballpark—home of the Frisco RoughRiders of minor league baseball, the Texas Legends of the NBA Development League, the Texas Tornado of the North American Hockey League, and the practice facility for the NHL’s Dallas Stars. Most recently, the Dallas Cowboys of the NFL relocated their headquarters and practice facility to The Star of Frisco!

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Shopping & Dining

If shopping, dining, businesses, and conveniences are what you seek, then look no farther than Frisco. A wealth of commercial and retail areas can be found throughout town, like at the Stonebriar Centre, Frisco’s regional mall. There’s also the Eldorado Marketplace, where both local and national chain restaurants and stores can be found, and plenty of shopping along Preston Road. The new Dallas Square is welcoming new businesses to its urban downtown scene every year.


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Frisco at a Glance

Want to know even more about residential life in this outstanding city of beautiful homes, friendly faces, and big opportunities? You don’t have to look far! As your Dallas-Fort Worth area experts, we know all the insider details! Feel free to contact us with any questions you might have!

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Quick Facts

Population: 145,035
Growth Since 2000: +330.2%
Zip Codes: 75033, 75034, 75035
County: Collin, Denton
Mean Home Price: $255,874

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Travel & Commute

Dallas: 25 mi
Airport: Dallas/Fort Worth Airport (25 mi)
Fort Worth: 45 mi
Major Roads: I-635, US-380, TX-120


Discover the Boundless Opportunities of Frisco!

So for those looking for amazing job opportunities in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, boundless opportunities for outdoor and recreational activity, and plenty of entertainment, it’s time to start exploring Frisco! Contact Wanda Charles today and let’s begin.

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