Frisco is one of the fastest growing cities in the nation. It was named the best place to live in America by Money Magazine in 2018. It's the headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys and soon the Professional Golfers' Association. Its "$5 billion mile" is a stretch of commercial development along the Dallas North Tollway, may end up with more corporate office space than Downtown Dallas.
With a nudge from the city of Frisco, which saw the toll road as instrumental to future growth, the DNT was expanded north through the middle of Frisco in the mid-1990s. With Highway 121 running along Frisco's southern border, the connection between the two highways gave Frisco a major transportation corridor. One could go south on the DNT and be in Downtown Dallas in 20 minutes. Going west on Highway 121 could take you to DFW AIrport in the same amount of time.
Frisco ISD ranks sixth on Niche's best school districts in Texas list with an overall grade of A-plus. This made Frisco an ideal town for families with children.
More than anything else, Frisco is known for the Star. It's an incredible sports complex where the Cowboys practice when they are in town. Frisco is also considered a sports town to some people. In addition to the Stars practice facility, Frisco is home to minor league hockey and baseball as well as FC Dallas.
Frisco has some of the best apartment deals I have seen - and most of the apartments are new. You can get a great apartment for around $1000.