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Where to Shop in Frisco

One of the first things people do after they get settled into their Frisco new homes is head out for a shopping trip. Whether you need additional furniture for your new house or want to find a special one-of-a-kind gift, you can find it all in Frisco.

Shopping options range from quaint in-town boutiques to large shopping centers with well-known national chain stores.

Support local businesses by starting your shopping adventures downtown in the Rail District. Try Lillian Welch and Blue Door Boutique for trendy women’s clothing and home décor items. The Blushing Bride offers fashion for the big day, while Patti Ann’s Flowers can provide the accessories. For a fun way to make your own unique home décor, visit Crafted, a DIY studio. Frisco Fresh Market is a weekend farmer’s market with 150 vendors including artisans, farmers and craftspeople. Indoor vendor space will open in 2019.

Frisco Square is a convenient mixed-use development one mile from downtown. The 147-acre site includes City Hall, the Frisco Public Library, a movie theater, shops and restaurants. Look for The Paw Depot, Fluellen Cupcakes and Nerdvana Coffee, where you can play board games while you sip your java.

Stonebriar Centre is a major destination shopping and entertainment complex on Preston Road. More than 180 stores make this a one-stop excursion. Six major anchor stores include Macy’s, Dillard’s and Nordstrom. Michael Kors, the Apple Store and Sephora are just a few of the upscale shops onsite. Visitors can use the free Wi-Fi while kids enjoy mini train rides and a play area. Dave & Buster’s and a 24-screen movie theater provide additional entertainment options.

The Centre at Preston Ridge. More than 100 stores fill this shopping center on Gaylord Parkway. National brands such as TJ Maxx, Pier One Imports, J. Crew Mercantile and Bath and Body Works are complemented by specialty shops like Alfred Angelo Bridal, Amish Furniture Showcase and the Color Me Mine paint-it-yourself ceramic studio.

Frisco Mercantile is a varied collection of more than 200 vendors in 38,000 square feet of shopping space. Offerings include new and vintage home décor, clothes, jewelry, furniture and more. This is the place to find that special antique, collectible or work of art.

Ready to shop Frisco? Call Landon Homes today at 866-898-3603 to tour their Frisco new homes.

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