Top Ten Reasons to Live in Frisco, TX The shopping and dining are just the icing on the cake.

THE SCHOOLS - Frisco has had the fastest-growing school district in the nation for at least the past ten years, with some schools among the top ten schools in Texas. It’s easy to see how the investment in education is an attractive reason for parents/soon-to-be parents to relocate to Frisco, TX.

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT - The $5 Billion Mile along the Dallas North Tollway is 4 mixed-use developments with more than $5 Billion in capital investment from dozens of corporations including Toyota, State Farm Insurance, Boeing, Kubota Tractor, McKesson Corp. and more. There is also a growing number (10,000+) of local businesses. There are professional opportunities for literally everyone in Frisco.

ACCESSIBILITY - Bordered by the the Dallas North Tollway, Sam Rayburn 121 and President George Bush Tollway, Frisco offers locals the ease of getting basically anywhere they would want to get within a 20 minute drive. Frequent travelers can appreciate the easy 20 minute drive to DFW International Airport and Dallas Love Field, locals can get downtown to visit The Dallas World Aquarium or the Perot Museum of Nature and Science within 20 minutes, and business professionals enjoy the easy commute that the Dallas North Tollway and Sam Rayburn 121 provide.

DIVERSION - Frisco boasts more than 40 sites (over 1,300 acres) of park facilities, all open to the public daily from sunrise to sundown and features more than 90 miles of paved and natural trails for hikers, bikers, runners or walkers. Frisco trails and pathways rewarded Frisco as a “Bicycle Friendly” Community in 2016 by The League of American Bicyclists in 2016, one of eight cities in Texas to receive this distinction.

SPORTS - Frisco is home to “The Star”, the Dallas Cowboys headquarters and training facility including a 12,000 seat multi use event center. The Dallas Stars also practice here and it’s free to watch! Or you could take in the ultimate viewing and entertaining experience at Dr. Pepper Ballpark’s Choctaw Lazy River while you enjoy full 360-degree access to the over-3,000 square foot river, along with an all-you-can-eat food menu and amazing view of a Frisco RoughRiders minor league baseball game. Frisco is also home to the FC Dallas American Soccer team.

ENTERTAINMENT - High-end entertainment in Frisco is abundant with iFly (indoor skydiving), Strikz (43,000 square feet of bowling, laser tag, arcade and billiards), Pole Position (the most exciting indoor go karts Dallas and the North Texas area have to offer), concerts and FC Dallas American professional soccer matches at Toyota Stadium, to name just a few of the fun options here.

A GROWING APPRECIATION FOR ARTS & CULTURE - Frisco’s growing museum district includes a Public Art Trail, the Texas Sculpture Garden, Museum of the American Railroad, the Sci-Tech Children’s Museum, the National Videogame Museum, the Frisco Heritage Museum, and soon, the National Soccer Hall of Fame.

DINING - With 365+ restaurants (35 of them unique to Frisco), you can fulfill any food vibe, taste, value close to home, whether it’s casual or fine dining, family friendly, a cocktail lounge or a place for company happy hour, coffee, ice cream, bakeries and more.

SHOPPING - With 9 million + square foot of retail shopping, shopping is hands down one of the most popular activities in Frisco. No matter what you are looking for, Frisco is guaranteed to have it. Your options are basically limitless for your retail experience, with one of the largest shopping malls in North Texas to, one-of-a-kind boutiques, to shabby and modern interior decor. Even better, just like everything else in Frisco, all of your retail options are likely just a 5 minute drive from home!

QUALITY OF LIFE - Frisco was recently named the fastest growing city in the nation by laying out the welcome mat for infrastructure that makes people and corporations alike want to be there. It’s family friendly, is highly invested in education, has a driving development spearheaded by the $5 Billion Mile, neighborhoods and housing that fit an array of incomes, and recreational, entertainment, dining, and retail options galore.

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