The city of Frisco was once a sleepy little suburb 33 miles north of Downtown Dallas with a population of only 33,714 people as recently as 2000. While everyone else was trying to figure out how they were going to survive when Y2K, the Frisco City council was trying to figure out how they were going to be able to support an unprecedented 300% population growth over the next 10 years. Today Frisco has an estimated population of 134,800 and shows no signs of slowing down, even if we see population rates sharply decline all the way down to 7% growth per year, Frisco will have a population of around 210,000 by the year 2020.
Whats not to love about Frisco, Frisco has the highest rated schools in the State of Texas, The Dallas Cowboys will have their new training facilities including an indoor football stadium just off of the Dallas North Tollway by 2016 that will sit inside of Frisco Station. We have Stonebriar Mall along with the food and entrainment district surrounding it, IKEA, the Dallas Stars Center, the Frisco Roughriders and the Dr. Pepper Ballpark, Pizza Hut Park and FC Dallas, Historical Downtown, the Frisco North Mall being developed at the former of Highway 380 and the Dallas North Tollway, and nothing but beautiful homes and neighborhoods as far as the eye can see.
Frisco offers easy access to DFW Airport which is a straight shot across Highway 121 which is also known as the Sam Rayburn Tollway, easy access to Downtown Dallas straight down the Dallas North Tollway and easy access to Downtown Denton and Downtown McKinney across US-380. We are very near Lake Ray Roberts and Lake Lewisville for fishing and boat enthusiasts, the world famous World Olympic Gymnastics Academy (WOGA) where US Gold Medalist Nastia Liukin and Carly Patterson call home and other Olympic training facilities like the Superdrome indoor cycling center and the state of the art Natatorium.
Frisco has everything that you and your family are looking for. Call Dan Cooper for more city information at 214-714-5638.
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