Published on September 28, 2021, Updated on September 28, 2021
Frisco Square is a 148-acre master-planned complex that serves as an expansion of Frisco, Texas‘ current downtown. Frisco Square is a pedestrian-oriented urban area that has grown into one of the five fastest-growing neighborhoods in the United States over the previous 20 years.
Frisco Square is separated into 4 different districts, each of which is distinguished by a major but nonspecific use: Commercial, Central, Residential, and Highway.
- Commercial District – It is made up of the blocks and streets that encircle Main Street. The business district’s office and retail buildings are all four-story constructions with primarily office space on the upper floors and restaurants and shops on the streets. Numerous buildings in the Commercial District will first be used for residential purposes before being converted to office space. At Olympus Boulevards, The Plaza, and The Civic at Frisco Square Apartments, you may find office space that meets your company’s needs or high-quality housing. The Commercial District is centered on the municipal square. The civic square, which serves as a formal town park as well as a venue for community events, is centered by City Hall and serves as a focal point for the master design as a whole.
- Central District – The Central District’s upper stories are largely geared for the usage of apartments and condominiums. The lower levels will be used for residential and community service retail.
- Residential District – This neighborhood is made up of single-family homes that are surrounded by a number of tiny squares and parks. The Residential District’s streets are divided by these spaces to create beautiful vistas and to slow traffic.
- Highway District – It is located adjacent to the Dallas North Tollway and features convenient shopping. The highway district is intended to serve as a transition zone between the conventional highway development along the Dallas North Tollway and the more pedestrian-friendly heart of Frisco’s downtown, Frisco Square.
Frisco Square Tenants
Frisco Square is home to a variety of restaurants and specialty shops, as well as the Cinemark Next Gen-XD Theater, which features the latest releases and special events. At Toyota Stadium, you may attend sporting events and concerts across Main Street. The Frisco Library, the Frisco Heritage Village and Museum, the Frisco Discovery Center & Black Box Theater, and the Sci-Tech Discovery Center are all distinct features that add to the uniqueness of living in Frisco Square. Frisco’s City Hall and Collin County offices are also situated in the middle of Frisco Square.
Highland Oak Dental is nearby.
Head north on Frisco St toward Main St
Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Main St
Pass by Edward Jones – Financial Advisor: Ed Dixon III (on the right in 0.4 mi)
Continue straight to stay on Main St
Turn left onto FM 423 S
Make a U-turn
Destination will be on the left – Highland Oak Dental 322 ft