Build Your Future in Prosper TX
There are many great communities in North Texas and Prosper is nearing the top of the list. It is considered by many to be the up-and-coming Highland Park of Collin County.
This small town grew more than 200% from 2000-2009. It is poised to be the next destination for suburban family-centric development in North Texas. Prosper is an affluent community that offers convenience while nestled in a country setting with exemplary schools and impressive homes situated on quarter acre lots or larger. Homebuyers are naturally drawn to the picturesque landscape with rolling hills and beautiful properties, coupled with the opportunity to raise a family in a thriving community with highly-rated schools and economic growth.
Perhaps another one of the town’s greatest attributes is its accessibility. Prosper is perfectly positioned along three major roadways: Dallas North Tollway, Hwy 380 and Preston Rd (SH 289). This prime location makes the rural town incredibly attractive. Residents are 10-15 minutes to major shopping, restaurants and entertainment of either Frisco or McKinney, less than 30 minutes from Denton and an easy 35 minute commute to downtown Dallas.
The economic planning of this premier community is second to none and is poised to receive a large percentage of the Dallas area’s northern expansion push as the population continues to grow. There are numerous retail developments in the works, the largest being Jerry Jones’ highly anticipated project: Gates of Prosper.
This 200+ acre development with approximately 2,000,000 square feet of retail will change the face of Prosper as we know it today – bringing a wealth of businesses, retailers and restaurants to the community, similar to popular centers like Watters Creek in Allen and Southlake Towne Center. The Gates of Prosper – still in its planning stage with an anticipated completion of 2014 – hopes to incorporate future light rail development and green space, proving that Prosper has left no stone unturned in its economic development considerations.
The abundant neighborhoods of Prosper leave little to be desired; whether you prefer a golf course neighborhood, a master-planned development, acreage or oversized lots (remember, the lots are already at least a quarter-acre within the city’s limits), you’ll find it right here. Prosper real estate is thriving and great offerings like Gentle Creek Estates, Whitley Place, Lakes of La Cima, Amberwood Farms, Highland Meadows, Saddle Creek, Willow Ridge and Stone Creek (just to name a handful), make it all the more enticing. Prosper’s average home price is in the high $300’s.