Frisco Station is ahead of the technology game - check it out!
Two new communities will be built at the corner of Eldorado and Coit in Frisco, TX.
Register for a free WaterWise workshop by the City of Frisco that will teach you "Tree Care: Tips and Tricks" to help with tree care, pruning, and how to make your trees thrive. The workshop will be held February 16th from Noon to 1 PM in Frisco.
Homes are from 2,909 - 5,000 Square Feet
The Grove is the newest Master Planned community located at the Northwest corner of Custer and Main in Frisco, TX! Home plans starting in the $600's on 65' lots and $700's on the 74' lots. The neighborhood will consist of walking trails, parks, Amenity center and community pool.
Plans and prices are now finalized and I have exclusive access to them! If you are interested in floor plans/prices for The Grove, please send me an email at Jlyne@kw.com and I will give you all the details!
Looking to support your smaller, local restaurants? Here is a list of over 100 locally-owned restaurants in the Frisco area:
The City of Frisco has approved a purchase of 390 acres of land from Brinkmann Ranch for $61,000,000 which has a proposed use of adding to the city park system as well as potential future economic development. The location of this property can be seen in the photo below:
Frisco, Texas residents! Do you have holiday travel plans? Take advantage of the Frisco Police Department’s House Watch Program. You can apply for FREE by clicking here:
Please share this with others in Frisco who may benefit from this FREE service, and a huge thanks to our Frisco Police Department for keeping our homes and families safe!
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The store will offer the following services:
Beer & Wine, Olive Bar, Fresh Sushi, Juice Bar, Salad Bar, Sandwich Bar
The address of the new store will be:
2500 Eldorado Parkway
Frisco, TX 75033
How to Drive in a Roundabout:
- Observe all road rules
- Slow down
- Choose your lane based on the signs and pavement markings
- Yield for pedestrians in crosswalks
- Yield to traffic in all lanes on your left before entering
- Don’t change lanes until you have exited the roundabout
There are several single-lane roundabouts open and in use in the city of Frisco, Texas, and several more multi-lane roundabouts are either planned or are already under construction. You can learn more about those roundabouts here:
Since Frisco is growing at such a rapid pace, traffic is likely to increase at a steady rate. What are your thoughts about roundabouts? Leave me a comment below!