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Frisco TX, 75035
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Frisco TX, 75034
For those who thrive on the energy of an urban lifestyle, The Boulevard at Frisco Square offers a new vision for a planned development. Here, residents live in a neighborhood created for pedestrians surrounded by shops and restaurants designed to foster a true community feeling.
Frisco TX, 75034
The Plaza at Frisco Square, the urban lifestyle experience.
Frisco TX, 75034
Convenient quiet location. Close to Stonebriar Mall. Luxury 9-10 foot ceilings. Large balconies and garden tubs.
Frisco TX, 75035
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Overview of Frisco
Those looking for a vibrant, exciting Dallas suburb should look no further than Frisco. Only 20 minutes from downtown Dallas, this city has a historic past that it proudly retains while it still eagerly embraces a new era. Frisco boasts art, culture and sports teams, making this area a real draw for those making a move to Texas.
Frisco apartments for rent are easy to find, and residents will learn that this involved community holds onto the charm of a small Texas town while offering the amenities of a large city.
Living in Frisco, TX
Settlers first came to Frisco via the Shawnee Trail, which ran right through the area that would later become the city. Railroads built along the area brought more settlers and the name of the rail line - St. Louis, San Francisco Railroad - was shortened to create the town's name. The area quickly became a farming community that served as a trade center due to its location on the railroad and Shawnee Trail. The 1900s brought a wave of new residents, and the city reports that there were about 21,000 residents in 1997.
Today, Frisco has grown and become much larger than the population of the 1990s. The U.S. Census Bureau reported that in July 2011, Frisco was home to 121,387 residents. The city estimates that once completely developed, it may be able to hold 350,000 citizens.
Frisco Work and Study
Those who wish to pursue their academic careers in Frisco have a variety of educational institutions to choose from. Collin College's Preston Ridge Campus is located in Frisco, for students searching for a convenient community college. More university options close to Frisco include the University of Texas at Dallas in nearby Arlington, and Southern Methodist University.
The city provides residents with plenty of options to find employment. The largest employer in the area is Frisco Independent School District. Other primary employers in Frisco include T-Mobile, the City of Frisco, Mario Sinacola & Sons Excavating, Collin Community College and Amerisource Bergen Specialty Group.
Rentals in Frisco, TX, and Cost of Living
Data from the U.S. Census Bureau indicates that median monthly rentals in Frisco tend to range from $1,000 to $2,000. The same source finds that the gross median rent in the area is $1,065 per month.
Those living in the area will find that the price of monthly rentals in Frisco range widely, but the cost of living is lower than the national average. This allows Frisco residents to enjoy lower prices on food, utilities and miscellaneous items.
Frisco Attractions and Special Events
Frisco boasts lots of attractions and events to keep residents of all ages occupied. Sports enthusiasts will find this city is full of local teams to cheer for. Soccer fans can watch Major League Soccer's FC Dallas at home games in the team's 20,000-seat stadium that also hosts musical acts on off nights. The Frisco RoughRiders minor league baseball team regularly plays at Dr. Pepper Ballpark, and is a great time for families. The Dallas Stars hockey team uses the Dr. Pepper Arena in Frisco for practice sessions, which are open to the public.
Those interested in the arts are in luck, as Frisco has undergone a cultural renaissance. The Frisco Discovery Center regularly hosts events such as movie nights, exhibits and art classes. The local Heritage Museum takes visitors back through Frisco's unique history through hands-on exhibits. The Texas Sculpture Garden and International Art is home to the largest private collection of Texas sculptures, and locals can enjoy the art for free. Residents can also check out the bronze cattle drive sculptures around town that remind locals of Frisco's history on the Shawnee Trail.
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