Not one but three Oktoberfest events are set for Frisco and other cities near The Grove Frisco this fall. From outdoor movies and Halloween festivities, to art walks and food festivals, there’s something for every member of the family.
Frisco ranks as the No. 1 “Best Place in America to Buy a House” in a new report from WalletHub. Two other cities in our “Four Corners” location also made the top 10 in this study, which analyzed 18 key housing market metrics in 300 U.S. cities.
The Grove Frisco’s developer, Newland-Brookfield, is the 2021 Developer of the Year for the Dallas Builders Association. Sales increases and innovative resident events at The Grove Frisco and our Metroplex sister communities helped Newland-Brookfield win this prestigious award.
Texans love their H-E-B, so we were excited to learn that the Lone Star State’s favorite grocer plans to open new stores in three of the Four Corners cities close to The Grove Frisco. The Frisco store is now under construction and is set to open in Fall 2022.
July 4 is back this year, and we’ve found four family-friendly events to enjoy near The Grove Frisco’s Four Corners location, where our hometown of Frisco meets Allen, McKinney and Plano. With July 4 landing on a Sunday this year, it’ll be a full weekend of fireworks, food and festivities!
Frisco is thinking outside of the box to envision amenities like observation towers, boardwalk trails and mountain bike tracks for two new parks now in the design phase. Here’s what we know so far about Frisco On The Green and Northwest Community Park.
Liberty High School, one of the highly regarded Frisco ISD schools serving The Grove Frisco, places 5th among traditional high schools in the Dallas area in the 2021 U.S News Best High Schools rankings.
What makes Frisco great? Many would say “the people,” and we wouldn’t disagree. But there’s also a lot more. From Sports City USA to the Silicon Valley of Golf, here are 10 more things that make our city the best place to live.
Frisco is part of the Blackland Prairie ecosystem which once covered 12 million acres. At The Grove Frisco, we’re doing our small part to help restore some of the Blackland Prairie habitat, with native grasses and flowers that will attract birds, butterflies and other wildlife.
“Back to normal” is the top takeaway from the 2021 housing forecast from the National Association of Realtors. In this blog, we look at how 5 local and national trends will affect homebuyers. The news is mainly positive for those who are ready to buy.
Social distancing hasn’t kept The Grove Frisco from continuing to be a neighborly, connected community. Our creative Lifestyle Director has found new ways to have safe fun, from wine tastings on Zoom, to scavenger hunts and food trucks rolling through the community.
Actual homeowners rate their builders for this award from the Dallas Builders Association, making it a relevant research tool for anyone planning to buy a new home. The Grove Frisco proudly offers new homes by the nine-time People’s Choice winner, Highland Homes.
Frisco ISD’s Liberty High School ranks No. 2 among traditional public high schools in the Dallas-Fort Worth area in Niche’s 2020 school rankings. Serving The Grove Frisco students in grades 9-12, Liberty High ranks in the top 1% of all Texas high schools.
Frisco keeps landing at the top of national studies measuring quality of life, education and economic opportunities. Other cities in our “Four Corners” location, including Plano and McKinney, are also getting rave reviews.
Seven homes available in The Grove Frisco are finalists for design awards from the Dallas Builders Association, including Home of the Year. The winners will be announced in late August, but you can see these praiseworthy designs right now at The Grove Frisco.
Located just four miles from The Grove Frisco, The Farm in Allen will bring plenty of new shopping, dining and entertainment choices to our Four Corners location, where our hometown of Frisco meets Allen, McKinney and Plano.
For every new home sold with real estate agent participation, The Grove Frisco donates $100 to a local nonprofit group selected by the agent from a list of 10 potential recipients. It’s our way of building a better community, together with our real estate partners.
The Grove Frisco works hard to preserve as many trees as possible right where they are. Where development is inevitable, we transplant trees to beautify other areas of the community, especially around our parks, amenities and major thoroughfares.
From making goodie bags for the neighbors, to enjoying webcam tours of the solar system with the Heard Natural Science Museum, here are some fun and easy ideas for keeping kids engaged during their extended break from school.
The well-being of our residents and guests is our priority. We're postponing community events in the immediate future and temporarily closing our welcome center. Our model homes remain open and are available for in-person or virtual tours.
Describing Frisco as a “boomburb” that is quickly developing its own business ecosystem and identity distinct from Dallas, the commercial real estate firm esrp recently hosted an event at The Star in Frisco, with updates on three major projects that promise to transform the city even further.
For 2020, our floorcast sees five main trends in flooring for new homes. These include realistic wood-look flooring in ceramic, laminate and other easy-care materials, along with new choices in waterproof flooring, textured looks and personalized patterns.
For 2020, consumers are tiring of stark grays and looking for colors that delight the senses. Blue is the easiest possible entry point from the world of neutrals to the world of color, so maybe that’s why blues are all the rage for this year’s Color of the Year selections from leading paint companies and color experts.
There are literally millions of twinkling lights to enjoy near The Grove Frisco during the holiday season. To make sure you don’t miss a thing, here’s our guide to holiday highlights in Frisco, Dallas and North Texas.
Trophy Signature is now selling new homes priced from the high $400,000s in The Grove Frisco, with a contemporary approach to design and a long list of included features such as beamed ceilings and quartz or granite countertops.
Smart home technology, open floor plans and peace-of-mind warranties are just a few of the reasons new homes are better than resale ones. Add in amenities like Orchard House, available in master-planned communities like The Grove Frisco, and the choice becomes obvious.
People with dogs enjoy a 24% reduction for death from any cause, says a new report published in an American Heart Association journal. As a dog-loving community, with amenities like the dog park and miles of trails, The Grove Frisco welcomes this encouraging news.
Nearly half of renters regret not buying, and even more regret not building equity. Other major regrets include no private outdoor living space, limits on pet ownership and unlikeable neighbors. These regrets are all easy fixes at The Grove Frisco, offering new homes priced from the high $400,000s at a time when interest rates are under 4%.
“Unexpected repairs” is the No. 1 homeowner regret, followed by undesirable finishes, too much yard work, and unlikeable neighbors. The Grove Frisco has an easy fix for each of these regrets. Plus: see what homebuyers don’t regret at all.
When 5 baby ducklings were washed down a storm drain during one of this summer’s heavy rains, Mama Duck was beyond upset. Fortunately, The Grove Frisco came together for a community rescue effort – and a happy ending.
“The back-to-the-city trend has reversed,” said a leading demographer in a Wall Street Journal report on how young homebuyers are flocking to the suburbs for a better lifestyle and more affordable home prices. Frisco, the 4th fastest-growing city in the U.S. and home to The Grove Frisco, is leading the way.
The beautifully decorated model homes at The Grove Frisco are filled with inspiring ideas for architectural features, indoor/outdoor living areas, and even bold accent walls. Here are six of our favorites, with more to come as we continue this series.
Frisco is home to some fabulous food finds, including these new restaurants now open near The Grove Frisco. From ramen to BBQ (both Texan and Korean), there’s something for everyone in these 5 new eateries.
School’s out until August, but you’ll never run out of ideas for free (or cheap) family activities close to home in Frisco, thanks for our ultimate guide to summer fun. Frisco offers countless ways to have fun, and we’ve focused our 12 top picks on ways to stay cool while having a blast.
The average interest rate for a 30-year mortgage recently fell below 4%, prompting the financial advice website Bankrate to call it an “unexpected gift” for borrowers. Low-interest rates are just part of an overall positive outlook for today’s homebuyers.
Dogs, birds, butterflies and more will be part of The Grove Frisco’s Park It! event on Sat., June 22, celebrating all things green and natural. This free family event will feature crafts, games and informative nature talks. Tasty treats will include ice cream, cupcakes, and chef-inspired light bites paired with wines.
We’re not saying you should make industry awards such as “Best Community” and “Best Amenity” your sole or most important criteria for choosing a new home and community, but there are some ways to take advantage of the legwork done by real estate experts.
Orchard House, The Grove Frisco’s flagship lifestyle amenity, has won the Best Community Amenity award from the Dallas Builders Association. It’s the fourth major award won by The Grove Frisco in our first year of home sales.
From low interest rates to affordable new choices, 2019 is shaping up to be a great year to buy a new home at The Grove Frisco, whether it’s your first new home, or your ultimate dream home. Here are 5 reasons to discover what The Grove Frisco has to offer.
Honored as Best Planned Community in the Dallas Business Journal’s Best Real Estate Awards, The Grove Frisco has received its third award in its first year of home sales. This prestigious award honors The Grove Frisco’s vision, lifestyle amenities and nature-focused master plan.
More than half of Millennials have seriously considered moving to a new city, so Meyers Research crunched the numbers to create its new Millennial Desirability Index. Bottom line: Dallas is the No. 1 U.S. city with the most appeal to Millennials born between 1980 and 2000.
AreaVibes has released its Best Places To Live in America list for 2019, and we’re proud to report that Frisco ranks No. 6 in the nation. It’s just the latest kudo recognizing Frisco’s high quality of life.
Designed for the way we live today, American Legend’s new plans in The Grove Frisco offer downstairs media rooms, family foyers, abundant storage spaces, flexible room options and many other thoughtful features.
Several leading paint companies have announced their 2019 Colors of the Year, pointing to the trends we can expect to see in everything from interior walls to furniture and accessories. Here are 4 fresh hues to think about when decorating or dreaming.
“Neighborhood regret” is a real thing experienced by more than one-third of recent homebuyers, according to a recent study from Trulia. Here are 4 ways you can avoid wishing you had chosen a different neighborhood.
No. 1 Best Place to Live. No. 1 Best U.S. Real Estate Market. No. 1 Best Texas City for Families. No. 1 Safest City in Texas. Frisco’s quality of life keeps winning No. 1 spots in national studies. Get the details with our infographic.
This spring is looking like a great time to buy a new home, with more affordable choices now available in leading master-planned communities like The Grove Frisco, and with interest rates predicted to stay near their recent historical lows.
Meet Ram Konara, the top producing real estate agent for Newland in Dallas in 2018. Twenty years ago, Ram was a first-time homebuyer who saw the need for an agent to help South Asians understand the home buying process, so he switched careers. Today, he sells up to 1,000 homes a year.
Frisco is the best real estate market in the nation for homebuyers, according to a new report from WalletHub. The other cities that make up The Grove Frisco’s Four Corners location – Allen, McKinney and Plano – also rank high.
The Frisco Independent School District has earned an A accountability rating from the Texas Education Agency, and all of the Frisco ISD schools serving The Grove Frisco earned the highest possible campus ratings.
Live music, sweet and savory foods, and demos from experts in wine tasting, craft beer making and floral arranging will all be part of our festive grand opening ceremony. From artisan chocolates to home décor, it’s all part of our vision of crafting community for the modern life.
The Grove Frisco is part of in the highly regarded Frisco Independent School District, rated A+ by Niche and in the Top 1% of districts statewide. All three of our K-12 schools are conveniently located within 3 miles of the community.
We call our Frisco location the “Four Corners” because it’s the dynamic crossroads where Frisco, Plano, Allen and McKinney come together, connecting our residents to first-class shopping, dining, entertainment and much more.
The Grove Frisco is crafting community for the modern lifestyle with a vision based on five cornerstones, including connecting residents to the natural world, and providing unhindered opportunities to live life to the fullest. See how we’re turning this vision into reality.
Discover The Grove Frisco at our "Be the First" pre-sales and pop-up event. Join us to learn about our vision for a modern village with distinctive new homes and unique amenities like the Orchard House. Come hungry – we'll round up two tasty food trucks each weekend.
Buying a home is exciting; however, going through it for the first time can be a daunting task if you aren’t prepared. Here are a few pieces of advice we have gathered from new homebuyers that will help you during the process.