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13 May . 2016

Hollyhock: A Commuter’s Dream

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.

For starters, Hollyhock is only 3.5 miles from the Dallas North Tollway. Within a four-mile radius of Hollyhock, residents can find a wide variety of first-class shopping, dining and entertainment options, including Toyota Stadium, Stonebriar Centre and Frisco Square.

Hollyhock is also only a few miles away from Frisco’s already famous $5 Billion Mile, one of the most dynamic concentrations of new business investment in the United States.

This mile-long stretch of the Dallas North Tollway, from Warren Parkway north to Lebanon Road, is home to four major mixed-use developments representing a combined capital investment of more than $5.4 billion. These include Frisco Station, The Gate, Wade Park and The Star in Frisco.

Located in Denton and Collin counties, Frisco is approximately 25 minutes north of Dallas and the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. With major highways traversing both north-south and east-west routes, Frisco is well positioned on the path of growth in the Dallas area, and provides easy access to all of the business and entertainment centers in the Metroplex.

For all of its business success and geographical advantages, Frisco’s real key to success has been the quality of life it offers to residents, starting with the highly regarded Frisco Independent School District.

Frisco already has 36 parks and 60 miles of trails. Its newest park, the 170-acre Northwest Community Park, is located next-door to Hollyhock and will be connected to the community’s internal trail system. Already home to two popular bike trails, Northwest Community Park will add even more attractions as Frisco begins its master-planning process for this new park in 2017.

From schools and parks, to major new employers and convenient commuting, it’s no surprise that Frisco keeps winning awards and distinctions. One of the nation’s fastest-growing cities, Frisco was recently named as one of the top places to live in the U.S. by Money magazine. In 2016, Frisco ranked No. 3 in the Metroplex and No. 5 in Texas on the Niche.com list of “2016 Best Places to Raise a Family in Texas.”