What are some options for living north of Dallas?

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

Apartments in Frisco/McKinney are a terrific option if you work in the northern section of Dallas. Both of these cities are within a short distance of the city, but take you out of the urban atmosphere and allow for a bit more space, as well as peace and quiet. McKinney is located just 30 miles north of the city and it has one of the largest historic districts in the state of Texas. Tree-lined streets and a laidback feel characterize the atmosphere here. Even so, it is a decent-sized town with a population of over 119,000 people. This means that whatever you need can usually be found right in the city.

Frisco is 20 minutes north of Dallas, and it is also a beautiful city. Don’t be surprised to see a variety of sculpture on the streets, as this town places a high value on art. There is also a good deal of shopping to be had in the area and a selection of golf courses to choose from if that is what you prefer. This city has a population of over 97,000. The Frisco/McKinney area is experiencing rapid growth, so now can be a great time to get settled and see what happens as these two northern towns expand.

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