Frisco

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Just thirty minutes north of Dallas, Frisco is one of the fastest growing cities in America and was named the best place to live in America by Money magazine in 2018. It’s also home to the Dallas Cowboys practice facility, The Star, where you can schedule a tour and catch your favorite players practicing. Aside from being the practice facility and headquarters of the Cowboys, The Star also features some of the top dining and shopping in the area, including DFW favorites Cane Rosso, Crushcraft Thai Eats and Ascension. Most importantly: there’s a Nestle Toll House Café.

Frisco is known for great schools and most of the apartment buildings in the area are newer construction. It’s a great place for those looking for a slower paced lifestyle in the suburbs, while staying close to Dallas and having plenty of retail, entertainment, dining and shopping options nearby.

WALKABILITY
6.5
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
7.5
HIGHLIGHTS
  • Toyota Stadium
  • Dr. Pepper Ballpark
  • Dallas Cowboy Headquarters
  • Frisco Heritage Museum
  • National Videogame Museum
  • Texas Sculpture Garden
FAQs

It was rated #1 on Money’s 2018 list of the Best Places to Live in America. It has A+ public schools. The Frisco Independent School District, with more than 70 campuses, has the highest graduation rate of all the cities and towns Money. It sits just 30 miles north of Dallas.

It’s one of the fastest-growing cities in the nation. It was named the best place to live in America by Money magazine in 2018. It’s the headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys and soon the Professional Golfers’ Association.

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