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If you’re thinking about making a move, Frisco, TX, should be high on your priority list to consider. Here’s why:
1. Great schools.
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The Frisco Independent School District (FISD) is the most delightful thing that has happened to Frisco, Tree City, USA. In addition to 7 high schools and 50 middle and elementary schools, the Frisco ISD is also bestowed with a prominent CTE center which encourages high schools students to come up and experience diverse careers opportunities, it can be a graphic designing class or can be some veterinary stuff. Colin College standing certain on the Wade Boulevard of Frisco has a rich culture and history to thrive upon. MBA courses of UT Arlington and University of North Texas are very much admired by the people of Texas. Such rich culture of schooling transpires in the streets of Frisco where 95.8% of people you come across are High School Graduates.
2. Business growth.
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Economic engagements of Frisco are on ascendency thanks to The Frisco Economic Development Corporation (FEDC) which is proving quite functional in bringing new business opportunities to the city. Frisco took a different economy track, when they chose to contribute a percent of local sales tax to FEDC. Stonebriar Centre, a 165-store regional mall and IKEA, a furniture storewith an area of 28,800 square meters the prime example of city’s economic opulence. Most of the retail establishments are sited lining the much eventful Preston Road. The days are generally hot and humid but the business here is swift and buzzing. The New Frisco Square is turning out to be the new downtown with 250 residential units including many luxury apartment complexes, 7 restaurants and 40,000 square feet of commercial office space. The Median income of a Frisco family is $109,086 with average household size of 2.9. Also, only 2.2% of Frisco families are below poverty line, which is a very captivating figure for all big businesses.
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Frisco is by no means short on recreational opportunities, it comprises various parks, sports complexes, long stretches of golf courses, aquatic centers and giant stadiums, announcing itself as one of the biggest sporting venues across the US. The Dr Pepper Ballpark, a 10,600-seat baseball stadium and Pizza Hut Park, a 20,500-seat stadium have won scores of awards for their rich architectural opulence. The city is a celebrated territory to many sports teams. Dallas Cup, a renowned international youth soccer tournament is hosted in Frisco every year, which is home to FC Dallas since August 2005. It is also home to Dallas Stars NHL (Hockey), Frisco RoughRiders (Baseball) and Dallas Mavericks (Basketball) along with Superdrome, an outdoor velodrome. FISD also provides an array of sports programs for budding student athletes. The so called Dallas Cowboys will also be moving in time for the 2016 NFL football season in whole of 91 acres with all amenities ready to go.
4. Dining, shopping, entertainment.
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A shopper’s paradise, it truly is when you come across the 165-store Stonebrior Mall or walking along the Preston Road. The taste of Frisco is limited not only to the local cookery; it’s varied and thus more profound. The Chain of Restaurants has much more to offer than just superb cuisines and rich ambience, which could only be felt by paying a visit. Moving along to the Frisco Square, a heavenly aroma of affluent taste awaits you at seven restaurants, while the newly built City Hall which can easily be the center of appeal leads to a silent but engaging library. Nearing it a Cinemark Theatre and a Forest Park Medical Center can be seen standing along north and south in unison. Walking in the dusk of Frisco, Cobbled Lanes and Enigmatic Bistros will never fall short to amaze you.
5. Overall quality of life.
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Located 40km away from Dallas International Airport, the Beautiful City of Frisco is nothing short of adventures. Legendary Schools, Majestic Boulevards, Ecstatic Cuisines and Flying Football are the impeccable posters; the happy inhabitants of Frisco are living with. They all live in unison in this fast growing Tree City which primarily is a home rule city. 6 Council members along with the Mayor are responsible for most of the decision making here. The overall quality of life is a first-rater. Fine Schooling, Tough Sporting, Swift Economy, Ethnic Locations and Pleasant Evenings, Frisco has all the ingredients owing to the perfect recipe of a sumptuous lifestyle. Frisco saw 25% increased populace within the last 4 years, posing itself to the title of “America’s 7th Best Place to Move” by Forbes.