- 6 Beds
- 8.2 Baths
- 10,919 SqFt
“If there’s one thing Frisco knows, its sports. Our fair city boasts year-round professional sports!” – Visit Frisco
Frisco is a part of Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex with major highways at north-south and east-west. The city was given the title of “Tree City of USA” in 2003 and Forbes rated Frisco as the 7th fastest growing suburb in the United States in 2007.
Frisco has a population of 140,220 with a median income of $111,687 per household. Unemployment rate is only 3.5%. Like the other major cities in the Dallas region, Frisco also has a booming economy due to multiple retail outlets opening in the city.
Frisco is very famous for sports. It is home to many sports venue, including Dr Pepper Ballpark Stadium, which received multiple awards and recognition. Frisco Athletic Center is a prominent recreational spot with indoor and outdoor aquatic features. The city is also famous for its lakes.
It is run by Frisco Independent School District. There are 36 elementary, 13 middle and 6 high schools in the city. Collin College, University of Dallas, Amberton University and University of North Texas have their individual campuses in the city too.
CNN listed Frisco as one of the "Best Places to Live" in 2011, which shows that it has become one of the most sought after cities in Texas. The estimate value of a house in Frisco is $247,000, which is much higher than the overall housing values in Texas. The home ownership rate is 77.5% (average 64%).
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