Frisco at a Glance
Frisco, Texas has been ranked as one of cities with the fastest local economic growth in the U.S according to an in-depth recent study. The Far North Dallas area boasts 4.2 million square feet of office development with space for rent to fit any size business. Among its many accolades, Frisco also has one of the highest number of building permits per capita in the country, making it perfect for small business owners looking for office or coworking space. Corporations like FedEx and Liberty Mutual brought a surge of new jobs to the area. Other industries who lease commercial real estate in Frisco include technology, telecommunications and media. Frisco is located in the heart of the DFW metroplex and as of 2018 the city has an estimated population of 174,000. The city is located near major North Texas roadways, making it easy to get to Dallas and back. Frisco puts high importance on economic development. The Frisco Economic Development Corporation was founded to improve the economic opportunities and quality of life for all Frisco residents. With 350 projects completed and more than 450 million square feet of commercial space, it’s projected to generate $8 billion in new capital investment.