Welcome to Frisco
From pro sports to upscale shopping, Frisco plays with passion
With its central location close to downtown Dallas and area airports, its easy access to professional sports teams from the Dallas Cowboys to FC Dallas, 9 million square feet of retail shopping, and more than 400 restaurants to choose from, Frisco, Texas, is considered to one of the area’s choicest upscale neighborhoods to call home. There’s a luxury feel here, with every amenity imaginable at your fingertips, secure gated communities, family-friendly features, art and culture, outdoor recreation, and so much more. Choose from a range of single-family homes in different styles and from various time periods in Chapel Creek or the upscale appeal of Starwood, an elite setting with top-performing schools, a community swimming pool and clubhouse, and a private park. Wherever you land, Frisco makes daily life a dream.
What to Love
Home of the PGA Headquarters
Dallas Cowboys practice facility, The Star
Countless shopping and dining opportunities
Easy commute to Dallas, Fort Worth, and area airports
Frisco residents crave a laid-back but luxurious lifestyle, a setting where they can mingle with like-minded neighbors at pro sports events, on the golf course, or at annual festivals, then slip home to their expansive residence for quiet family time. When they’re not shopping and dining out, they’re at a Dallas Cowboys or FC Dallas match, checking out the public art trail, or visiting one of the many riveting museums in town.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Shopping is taken seriously in Frisco. Whatever your shopping style, you’ll find it here, from top brands to unbeatable deals. Visit one of the largest shopping malls in North Texas, Stonebriar Centre mall, with premier stores such as Nordstrom and Macy’s, a 24-screen movie complex with an IMAX experience, and kid-friendly activities, including a carousel. If you’re seeking one-of-a-kind fashions and home goods, Frisco has that too — head to the lively Rail District for its unique boutiques, from locally owned Distinctively Hers with hot fashion trends at customer-friendly prices to Flea Style with its vintage goods and own cafe.
From barbecue to sushi, Frisco delivers a varied dining scene. Beyond the numerous eateries at The Star complex, you’ll find palate-pleasing options in the Rail District, East and West Frisco, the Stonebriar District, and beyond. Enjoy made-to-order Chinese-American at Aiya, with its delectable house-made sauces, have the best pancakes and benedicts of your life at Barney’s Brunch House, or tuck into killer tacos at Chído Taco Lounge (chído means “cool” in Spanish and that’s definitely the vibe here).
Things to Do
The PGA of America is moving to Frisco with plans for two 18-hole world-class golf courses, a 10-hole short course, a 30-acre practice facility, the 500 Omni PGA Frisco Resort, a 3.5-mile-long hiking and biking trail, and more. Frisco residents will enjoy golf discounts at the facilities operated by the PGA of America Headquarters and NTPGA Headquarters.
Get oriented in your new town at the Frisco Heritage Museum (free admission), where you’ll find links to the area’s past, present, and future, through historic buildings, a steam locomotive, a wooden caboose, vintage cars, and more. Gamers can’t miss the National Videogame Museum, known for its rare gaming consoles, arcade machines, and exhibits on what comes next for this exciting industry. Head next door to the Sci-Tech Discovery Center, a kid favorite for its hands-on experience. If it’s outdoor recreation you seek, visit the Frisco Commons Park, complete with playgrounds, a fishing pond, and outdoor concerts.
Known as “Sports City USA,” Frisco is one of the best places to live if you’re raising an athlete — or are one yourself. From soccer and baseball to football and lacrosse, there is something here for the professional, recreational, and youth sports lover. Watch top sports performances on the field, on the mat, and the ice, or get fit yourself at one of the city’s many world-class facilities.
Frisco offers a number of highly rated educational opportunities, including:
McSpedden Elementary School, K-5
Talley Elementary School, K-5
Pioneer Heritage Middle School, 6-8
Lawler Middle, 6-8
Centennial High School, 9-12
Wakeland High School, 9-12