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    Frisco Real Estate A Little About Frisco

    FRISCO, TX

     

    Frisco is located in Collin and Denton counties. The 2019 US Census population estimate listed Frisco at 200,490 residents, and Frisco was the fastest-growing city in the United States in 2017.

    Frisco is home to several sport venues. Dr. Pepper Ballpark is home to the Frisco RoughRiders minor league baseball team, Toyota Stadium- home of the FC Dallas MLS soccer team, and also hosts the NCAA Division I-AA college football championship game. The Ford Center at The Star serves as the Dallas Cowboys practice facility.

    You can take a stroll through Frisco’s sculpture garden, cheer on a sports team, shop different retailers, or family fun! There is a variety of experiences available in Frisco. There is over 9 million sqft of retailers, year-round sporting events, family attractions and museums.

    Along with an amazing parks system, Frisco also features more than 90 miles of paved and natural trails, perfect for hikers, bikers, runners or walkers. Frisco’s trails and pathways are so great that The League of American Bicyclists Frisco a “Bicycle Friendly” Community in 2016 and was only one of eight cities in Texas to receive this distinction. Today, the city continues to work to improve and expand Frisco’s bicycle and pedestrian friendly options.

     

    Are you thinking about making Frisco home? Let’s talk about what you’re looking for!

     

    Sources:
    Wikipedia
    FriscoTexas.gov
    VisitFrisco.com