Frisco is Ranked the Safest City in the US
More good news for people living in Frisco TX homes: The city has been ranked as the safest place to live in the U.S., according to SmartAsset. This is the city’s second year in a row at the top of the list.
SmartAsset studied 200 cities around the country to analyze safety data such as property crimes, violence, drug and alcohol statistics and vehicle accidents. To finalize their rankings, they also considered the affordability of the highest-ranked cities.
Frisco once again tops the list at #1. The city had the fourth lowest violent crime rate out of 200 cities. It also had the sixth lowest rate of property crimes. When the safest cities are ranked for affordability, Frisco is in the top 5, with housing costs taking less than 19% of the median household income. That ranking is boosted by the fact that Frisco has one of the highest median household incomes on the list. It’s the only city in the study to place in the top 5 in both safety and affordability.
Lexington Frisco is a 950-acre residential and retail development that includes homes in a range of price points. With entry-level homes starting in the $580s, it brings a luxury lifestyle within reach for many buyers. The largest homes in the community are on 74’ lots and start at $1M+. Families who want to move up in home can do so while remaining in Lexington Frisco.
High-end amenities are planned for all residents of Lexington Frisco. The community will have over 40 acres of open spaces, parks and playgrounds. The 3-acre amenity center will have a resort-style pool with toddler pool and splash area, a fitness center and clubhouse. A walking/biking trail will be linked to the regional Six Cities Hike & Bike Trail that connects Frisco with Plano, McKinney, Allen, Richardson and Garland.
The surrounding area has plenty of shopping, dining, entertainment, healthcare and outdoor recreation opportunities.
Lexington Frisco is in the Frisco ISD. Students attend Gunstream Elementary, Wester Middle School and Memorial High School. Future plans include building new ISD schools adjacent to the community.
Call Landon Homes today at 469-804-5534 to plan your visit to the Lexington Frisco community of Frisco TX homes.Tags: frisco ISD new homes, frisco new homes, New Homes in Frisco