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Frisco, Texas is centrally located in the United States. Just 25 miles northeast of the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, planners, economists and site selectors have identified Frisco as one of the nation’s brightest spots for development.

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Location

Location Map

Frisco, Texas is centrally located in the United States. Just 25 miles northeast of the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, planners, economists and site selectors have identified Frisco as one of the nation’s brightest spots for development.

Use our GIS mapping system for real time research and integration to identify site locations.

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January 29, 2018
  PowerSecure Lighting to Serve as Anchor Tenant for the 160,000 SF Building   Read More
November 2, 2017
(November 1, 2017)  After 21 years as president of the Frisco Economic Development Corporation (FEDC), Jim Gandy is retiring.  Gandy made the... Read More
September 18, 2017
We believe Frisco is prime to bring Amazon HQ2 to our backyard. Read More
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