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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
“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.
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.
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.