Frisco is located 25 minutes north of downtown Dallas, and 25 minutes from both Dallas Fort Worth International Airport and Love Field. Frisco offers a wide variety of award-winning hotels, shopping, concerts and events, 3 professional sports teams, and more than 150 pieces of art on public display.
Over nine million square feet of retail and dining in Frisco include IKEA, Stonebriar Centre mall, Sam Moon Trading Company and much more.
Frisco is a destination sports town with the Dallas Cowboys announcing in August 2013 that they are moving the team's world corporate headquarters and training facility to Frisco. The facility to be located at the northwest corner of the Dallas North Tollway at Warren Parkway is expected to open in 2016. Read more about the Cowboy's planned move to Frisco here.
The Dallas Stars also call Frisco home, with their corporate official and official practice ice located adjacent to the mall. FC Dallas major league soccer play at Toyota Stadium, where a variety of concerts, football games and national and international soccer games also take place. The Frisco RoughRiders AA Affiliate of the Texas Rangers play at Dr Pepper Ballpark, and the NBA Development League team, Texas Legends, play at Dr Pepper Arena.
Frisco provides exceptional hotels and meeting space to accommodate a wide variety of meetings, corporate retreats and trade shows.
Art abounds in Frisco with over 100 pieces in Hall Office Park, including the Texas Sculpture Garden, and over 50 publicly owned sculptures throughout the City of Frisco as well.
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