Frisco lies in Collin and Denton counties and is part of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. It has a 2019 census population estimate of 200,490. Frisco is about 25 miles from both Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and Dallas Love Field. Frisco is named for the St. Louis-San Francisco Railway and is home to the Museum of the American Railroad. Frisco is home to the Discovery Center that features an art gallery, a theater, and the National Videogame Museum.
If you are looking for a great community with wonderful schools, Frisco is a highly desirable area. Many people are looking for a home to raise their family, while others are searching for Frisco Luxury Homes. Frisco Real Estate prices are on the rise, however, new homes are being built in the city. Some of the new home communities in Frisco are The Grove, Estates at Shaddock Creek, Hollyhock, and Phillips Creek Ranch. If you are looking for an active independent lifestyle, consider Frisco Lakes, a Del Webb retirement community.
Frisco hosts several sporting venues and many sports headquarters. The Dr. Pepper Ballpark is where the Rough Riders, a minor league team of the Texas Rangers plays. The Toyota Stadium, known as Pizza Hut Park is used as a soccer stadium by FC Dallas. The Comerica Center is home to the Texas Legends of the NBA G League and a practice facility for the Dallas Stars’ hockey team. The Ford Center serves as the Dallas Cowboys’ practice facility and home to the Dallas Rattlers, a lacrosse team. The Southland Conference, which is an NCAA Division I athletic organization, also calls Frisco home! The Dallas Cowboys moved their corporate headquarters to The Star in Frisco in 2016.
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