31 May . 2016
Hollyhock blends small-town charm with big-city benefits
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.
Here are our Top 10 reasons why Hollyhock makes it easy to take advantage of everything the Metroplex has to offer – and why it’s a one-of-a-kind sanctuary to call home
Small town charm
Intimate master plan. Hollyhock will have only 836 upscale single-family homes in a tightly knit collection of intimate residential villages, woven together by parks, trails and open space.
Connected to neighbors. Twenty acres of recreational amenities at Hollyhock will help nurture neighborliness and friendships, starting with our flagship community center, opening in Fall 2016. You can make new friends along 5.5 miles of trails, and join the neighbors for a celebration on the event lawn.
Nature is a neighbor. Hollyhock’s trail system will connect to more than 300 acres of adjacent parkland that will be preserved forever, so nature will always be your neighbor.
Top Frisco ISD schools. Highly regarded schools are the cornerstone of any desirable community, and the Frisco ISD schools that serve Hollyhock students are unsurpassed.
Family friendly. Frisco is one of the best places in Texas to raise a family, but don’t take our word for it. Niche.com just named Frisco as No. 3 in the Metroplex and No. 5 in Texas in its “2016 Best Places to Raise a Family in Texas” list.
Big city sophistication
Close to everything. Drive past the iconic Teel Road bridge, the gleaming new gateway to Hollyhock, and you’re only 3.5 miles in any direction from world-class shopping, dining, sports, entertainment and bustling employment centers.
$5 Billion Dollar Mile. Frisco is thriving, and perhaps the most visible sign is the $5 Billion Mile, a stretch of the Dallas North Tollway that is home to four major mixed-use developments with a combined investment exceeding $5.4 billion.
Metroplex access. Hollyhock is just 3.5 miles from the North Dallas Tollway, providing residents with easy access to all the arts, sports, commerce and culture of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Frisco is only 25 miles from Downtown Dallas and also only 25 miles to Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.
Fast-growing Frisco. Frisco is growing into a “big” small town in its own right, consistently ranking as one of the fastest-growing cities in the U.S. and Texas, while also maintaining its small-town personality and quality of life.
City culture. Frisco plays in the big-city leagues when it comes to sports and culture. Home to the headquarters of four pro sports teams, Frisco also has four pro sports venues and three golf courses. It boasts four museums, including the Frisco Discovery Center and National Videogame Museum. Frisco’s Hall Park displays the nation’s largest private collection of contemporary outdoor sculpture.
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