Welcome to Frisco/Prosper
Stately homes and small-town charm abound in these sophisticated suburbs
The friendly suburbs of Frisco and Prosper offer upscale living and a small-town feel. With spacious, new construction homes, sprawling lawns, and plenty of privacy, residents enjoy the best of city living along with the quaint charm of country life. The strong public school district, wide-open spaces, and peaceful lifestyle make these areas ideal for families with young children.
Now established as two of the most exciting new suburbs in Dallas, Frisco and Prosper are relatively young in terms of history. Originally founded in 1902, as a shipping hub for local cotton and grain farmers, Prosper’s historic downtown still showcases its turn-of-the-century buildings and railroad silos. Frisco’s population remained below 2,000 until the 1980s, and by 1990, this ambitious community became the fastest growing city in the nation. With a perfect blend of classic styles and modern amenities, home styles in Frisco and Prosper include everything from English Tudor and French style to sleek and contemporary.
What to Love
- Secluded lots
- Large, comfortable homes
- Modern conveniences
- Exciting opportunities
People & Lifestyle
Residents of these suburban retreat towns enjoy peaceful living and plenty of outdoor recreation. Home to countless parks, athletic fields, equestrian centers, and trails, Frisco and Prosper offers a multitude of ways to enjoy the prairie climate. Those seeking more cosmopolitan pursuits love to indulge in the rich culinary scene with visits to wine bars, spas, and elegant bistros. Football is a way of life for locals, and passion for the Dallas Cowboys can be found in everything from watch parties to themed restaurants.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Cowboy pride is strong in Dallas, and the vibe in the Frisco and Prosper area is no different. Home of The Star District
, a 91-acre campus of the Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters and practice facility, this neighborhood offers residents an unprecedented chance to connect with the team. With 22 restaurants and 12 sports bars, this is the place to indulge in your passion for the Dallas Cowboys and everything football. Take the kids to Movie Night
at the Ford Center, or enjoy the best of southern cuisine at Tupelo Honey Southern Kitchen and Bar
Take your dining experience up a few notches at Haywire Restaurant
. Rustic with a touch of elegance, this unique eatery offers a whiskey bar on the first floor, a full dining room on the second, a rooftop patio, and exclusive private dining rooms.
Things to Do
As home to the famed Dallas Cowboys football team, even elegant living in Dallas can revolve around the game. At the exclusive Cowboys Club
, a private social club and restaurant, members can socialize, connect, relax, and entertain friends or colleagues in an atmosphere that is not only passionate about the game but also shares the same hallowed halls the players walk through every day. The first of its kind, the club is situated at The Star
, where the Cowboys train and work.
You’ll also find the Hiatus Spa and Retreat
, where you can indulge in the spa lifestyle, and the Cherry Blow Dry Bar
, where you can get a blowout or manicure before dinner. There’s even Birdie Box
, a luxury gifting concierge service, which specializes in helping you find that perfect, unforgettable gift.