Frisco

Frisco

The town now known as Frisco was formed in 1902, and as late as 1990, the population of Frisco was 6,000 residents. Projections for 2010 population is 111,000, so Frisco has and will be experiencing tremendous growth. The median age of a Frisco resident is 30 years old.

Frisco is now the home of Major League Baseball’s Texas Rangers AA farm club, the Frisco Roughriders and Dr. Pepper/Seven Up Ballpark, Major League Soccer’s Dallas Football Club and its Pizza Hut Park, the Dr. Pepper Stars Center, home of the National Hockey Leagues’ Dallas Stars practice facility and north Texas’ IKEA store and and Stonebriar Mall.

Frisco is well situated with Highway 121 traversing the city from east to west and the North Dallas Tollway bisecting the city going north and south. It is ideally located to grow to the expected size of 350,000 people in the near future.