Aerial photo of the Star in Frisco and Sky House, a 26-story condo building
Aerial shot at dusk of four-story buildings and City Hall in the background
Aerial photo of a large residential neighborhood and and park with bright green grass and walking paths.
Aerial photo of Dr Pepper Ballpark from the outfield

Why choose Frisco? It’s simple.

Frisco cultivates an exceptional environment for business to thrive.

Low taxes, exemplary schools, premier lifestyle amenities, and access to top tier sports are just a few ways Frisco attracts the best companies, residents and workers.

  • High concentration of headquarters with experienced and diverse talent

  • Major innovation-tech leaders and venture capitalists are focusing on Frisco as a tech hub

  • Eight professional/collegiate sports organizations with four pro stadiums

  • Walkable spaces in master planned developments across the city

  • Costs are low but our standards are high; Frisco values excellence

  • Frisco is a model city for win-win public-private partnerships

Frisco is a modern, progressive city with high expectations
Mayor Jeff Cheney, City of Frisco
Mayor Cheney standing with a man at a site tour.

Doing Business Here

One of the most desirable locations for business in the U.S. is Frisco, an innovative, fast-paced, and highly business-focused metropolitan market, strategically located just 25 miles north of downtown Dallas in the heart of the North Platinum Corridor and located in Collin and Denton Counties.

Getting It Done, Everyday

Every day, new, relocating, and expanding businesses, corporations and innovators are choosing Frisco because of the city’s prime location, abundance of talent, low tax rates, competitive incentives and no state income tax. Frisco is known as a leader in public-private partnerships and is home to one of the most highly recognized public school districts in the nation.

“Frisco, Texas is the right choice, right now because leadership has invested in creating a world-class city. There’s a skilled workforce, a proactive business climate, and the genuine spirit of partnership is real, not just a buzz-word. From my standpoint as a business owner who made the decision to move a world corporate headquarters and the home of the most valuable team in sports, I continue to find great confidence in choosing Frisco, Texas as our new home.”
– Jerry Jones, Owner, General Manager, Dallas Cowboys
Aerial photo of Ford Center at The Star, Omni Frisco Hotel and Tostito's Plaza. There are hotels under construction in the background.
Jerry Jones sitting at a table holding a silver Dallas Cowboys helmet
Large store with racks of Dallas Cowboys merchandise and a checkout counter with cash registers

Inspired Growth

The City of Frisco resonates with a strong sense of community, built on a foundation of smart planning with plenty of room for new developments and lofty aspirations. Plus, Frisco offers an expansive infrastructure and the livability and lifestyle employees and their families are seeking.

Positioned for Success

With a network of major highways and interstates, the City of Frisco offers your company immediate access to the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, one of the most populous metropolitan areas in Texas and the central U.S., with an extremely large consumer and industrial market, and two major airport hubs, DFW International and Dallas Love Field, each just 25 miles away.

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