Frisco is the best real estate market in the nation for homebuyers, according to a new report from WalletHub, which analyzed 22 key metrics in 300 U.S. cities. Frisco ranks No. 1 overall, and is also No. 1 for “affordability and economic environment.”
Since hosting our first-ever Get Your Frisco On festival earlier this year, we’ve discovered even more one-of-a-kind restaurants, shops and attractions near Hollyhock. Here are 6 new Frisco finds to explore and enjoy.
The University of North Texas already teaches thousands of students at its current Frisco campuses. Now, the Tier One university wants to be “the global university available right outside your front porch” for residents of Frisco and Hollyhock.
The new Kroger grocery store at the northeast corner of Highway 380 and FM 423 is the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the new shopping, dining and entertainment choices that Hollyhock residents can expect to see over the coming months.
Dallas ranks No. 1 on the “Where To Invest in Housing In 2017” list from Forbes magazine. Solid economic indicators including job growth, population growth, and year-over-year home price growth vaulted Dallas to the top of the 20 U.S. markets on the list.
“Grocery stores are flocking to Frisco.” So began a recent article in the Dallas Business Journal, noting the influx of leading grocery stores into Frisco, following the growing number of rooftops and families in successful new communities such as Hollyhock.
We’re so excited that the City of Frisco Parks & Recreation Department intends to start the master planning process for Hollyhock’s next-door neighbor, the 170-acre Northwest Community Park, by the end of 2016.
At 400 acres, Hollyhock is far from the biggest new community in Frisco and the Metroplex. But we think it’s the best, especially if you’re looking for a new home that combines a friendly small-town feeling with big-city sophistication.
Climb aboard a vintage red caboose at the Museum of the American Railroad, step into an old-time cinema house at Frisco's Heritage Museum, or challenge your kids to a game of Pong at the National Videogame History Museum.
When they drive across the Teel Road Bridge, the iconic new gateway to Hollyhock, residents of this highly desirable Frisco community have an enviably easy commute in store, whether they’re headed out to work, dine, shop or play.