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After being up over 10% year over year in February, new home listings in Frisco declined with the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. Realtors said listings have since rebounded, but there is not enough inventory to meet the demand.

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In the last decade, Frisco was the fastest-grow- ing large city in the U.S., according to Census Bureau data, and it saw a steady demand for sin- gle-family and multifamily homes. “All housing demand is driven by job growth and population growth,” said Matt Enzler, senior managing director for Trammell Crow Resi- dential. “The Dallas [area] has enjoyed a pretty strong job growthmarket for the last decade. But that’s reversed.” CONTINUED ON 18

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Frisco Mayor Je Cheney said the city and community still have work to do when it comes to con- versations on race and inclusion. This comes a month after Frisco’s rst peaceful protest took place in the wake of George Floyd’s killing in Minneapolis. The protest then led to other marches, town halls and events related to race and social justice. “As our community becomes

much more diverse, we need to continue our eorts to make sure we understand the needs of every resident,” Cheney said. The protest brought to the forefront the “uncomfortable truths” of policing, race relations and injustices against the Black community, said Dono Pelham, senior pastor at Life-Changing Faith Christian Fellowship.

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FROMVICKI: Six weeks ago, the death of Minneapolis resident George Floyd sparked a national conversation about systemic racism in America. Unrest grew from coast to coast, and we asked ourselves: As a hyperlocal news organization, what is our role in this moment? We decided together as a team that listening is the rst step. As a result, we are making a concerted eort to connect with more residents and community leaders from all backgrounds, including the Black community. We want our reporting to be reective of Frisco, a diverse and growing city that we love. Our goal with every story we write is to provide our readers with useful information, rooted in facts and free of opinion, so you can draw your own conclusions and participate as an informed member of this community. The same goes for the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. As case counts and hospitalizations rise, we are listening to your concerns about public health and the economy. We welcome your story ideas, constructive criticism or feedback. Your voice matters, and we want to hear from you. Vicki Chen, GENERALMANAGER

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NOWOPEN 1 Fire & Ice opened in June at 2550 Preston Road, Frisco. The fusion restau- rant and sports bar serves steaks, soups, dumplings, burgers and a variety of signature dishes from across the globe. Guests can also choose from 20 beer options. 214-872-1994. https://reandicefusion.com/index.html/ 2 Kyodai Handroll & Sushi Bar held a soft opening June 21 at 16100 Hwy. 121, Frisco. The restaurant oers a variety of sushi and sashimi options. Reservations can be made by calling or by sending a direct message on the restaurant’s Face- book page or Instagram. 972-332-8555. www.facebook.com/kyodaihandrolland- sushibar 3 Monster Mini Golf opened June 20 at 2595 Preston Road, Ste. 500, Frisco. Along with mini golf, Monster Mini Golf oers an arcade, a laser maze and mini bowling. 469-598-0444. https://monsterminigolf.com/frisco/ 4 The PREP School at Panther Creek opened June 8 at 11000 Panther Creek Parkway, Frisco. The private preschool spe- cializes in enrichment classrooms, STEM activities and whiteboard technology. 469-591-7737. www.theprepschools.com 5 Raw Fitness opened in May at 8250 Gaylord Parkway, Ste. 1, Frisco. Located at Preston Ridge, the gym oers high-in- tensity training and a strength program in a small group. 469-305-2006. https://rawtness.com/ 6 Richwoods Academy opened June 15 at 4633 Coit Road, Frisco. The after-

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12 National Videogame Museum re- opened June 15 at 8004 Dallas Parkway, Frisco. The museum preserves the history of the video game industry by archiving physical artifacts, by telling stories and relaying information. 972-668-8400. www.nvmusa.org 13 Urban Air Adventure Parks reopened several Dallas-Fort Worth area locations June 20, including the Frisco location at 10570 John W. Elliott Drive. The trampo- line park franchise oers go-karts, indoor skydiving, climbing walls, bowling, a ropes course, mini golf and more. Thirteen DFW locations have reopened under new safety protocols. 469-458-6721. www.urbanairtrampolinepark.com ANNIVERSARIES 14 Platia Greek Kouzina has been open for 10 years at 2995 Preston Road, Ste. 1590, Frisco. The authentic Greek restau- rant oers a variety of soups, salads, dips with pita bread, entrees, combination platters, pita sandwiches, coees and desserts. 972-334-0031. www.platiagreek.com CLOSINGS 15 24 Hour Fitness announced June 15 the company has led for bankruptcy as a result of the “devastating eects” of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a release. The tness club franchise will close 11 Dallas-Fort Worth-area gyms, according to the 24 Hour Fitness website, including the Frisco Sport gym at 3865 Preston Road, Frisco. www.24hourtness.com

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REOPENED 9 Frisco Public Library reopened to the public at limited occupancy June 4 at 6101 Frisco Square Blvd., Frisco, after being temporarily closed due to the coro- navirus pandemic. The library’s curbside pickup service is continuing, and digital oerings are still available online. 972-292-5669. https://friscolibrary.com/ 10 Museum of the American Railroad resumed outdoor walking tours in June at 8004 N. Dallas Parkway, Frisco. The tours were discontinued in mid-March when the museum closed to the public because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The not-for- prot Texas corporation is dedicated to celebrating the heritage and exploring the future of railroads. Visitors can book a spot on the museum’s website for one of the tours. 214-428-0101. www.museumoftheamericanrailroad.org 11 National Soccer Hall of Fame re- opened June 10 at 9200 World Cup Way, Ste. 600, Frisco. The facility originally closed in March due to the coronavirus pandemic and is now operating at 50% capacity, which will allow 100 visitors inside at a time. 469-365-0043. www.nationalsoccerhof.com

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9 Language Lab Academy will open in July at 9560 Legacy Drive, Ste. 270, Fris- co. The academy specializes in children’s language acquisition while developing academic skills. Language Lab Academy’s prekindergarten and after school classes are taught in many languages, such as Spanish, Mandarin, French and American Sign Language. 469-605-5264. https://languagelab.world 10 Lucia is expected to open in Sep- tember at 4848 Grand Gate Way, Frisco. The residential community, to be located at The Gate development, will oer one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments. Amenities will include two resort-style swimming pools, a poolside gaming lounge with a bar, complimentary weekly tness classes and a clubhouse with a coee bar. Lucia is currently preleasing. 833-231-0403. www.luciafrisco.com/ lucia-frisco-tx 11 Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids will open in September at 2772 Stonebrook Parkway, Frisco. The hair salon and chil- dren’s toys business will oer haircuts, 12 Walker Plastic Surgery will open July 20 at 12950 Dallas Parkway, Ste. 200, Frisco. Dr. Nicholas Walker will oer surgical and nonsurgical options for cos- metic procedures for the face, the body ear piercings and hair products. http://shearmadnesskids.com

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NOWOPEN 1 Batch Bakery opened April 27 at 5355 Dallas Parkway, Ste. 610, Frisco. Formerly Buttermilk Sky Pie, the previ- ous owners left the franchise to open their own bakery. Batch Bakery specializ- es in pies baked from scratch in nine- inch, four-inch and bite sizes as well as thumbprint cookies. 972-704-3287. www.batchbakery.net 2 BurgerIM opened in June at 6363 Dallas Parkway, Ste. 107, Frisco. Located at Starwood Village, the fast-casual fran- chise serves customized hamburgers with a variety of toppings, sauces and fries. 469-888-4363. www.facebook.com/ burgerimstarwood

3 Frisco Massage Therapy opened in late May at 4645 Wyndham Lane, Ste. 170A, Frisco. The massage clinic previ- ously operated for 10 years in Frisco as Massage Reection. Owned by massage therapist Aqua Webb, the business oers pain management, sports therapy and wellness support. 254-247-8524. www.friscomassagetherapy.com 4 Hiatus Spa + Retreat was expected to open July 5 at 6630 Winning Drive, Ste. 500, Frisco. Located at The Star in Frisco, the spa includes 15 treatment rooms with body, massage, skincare, waxing and alternative therapy services. Hiatus Spa + Retreat has locations in Dallas, Fort Worth and Plano. 469-582-2200. https://hiatusspa.com/locations/frisco

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Frisco. Pure Medicine oers medical care to patients with various conditions, such as diabetes, arthritis, back pain, hyperten- sion, gout and Hepatitis C. The practice also oers a weight loss clinic and elec- trocardiograms to check on heart health. 469-414-9660. www.puremedtexas.com 17 Yummy Thai opened a year ago July 25 at 12005 Dallas Parkway, Ste. 300, Fris- co. The restaurant serves authentic Thai food, such as curry, noodle and stir-fried dishes, with vegetarian options. 469-388-1270. www.friscoyummythai.com CLOSINGS 18 The Bar Method closed at 1606 FM 423, Ste. 100, Frisco, according to the location’s Instagram page. The tness franchise oers a variety of bar workout classes. The phone number and location-specic website are no longer available. https://barmethod.com 19 Trattoria Al Giardino closed in June at 1279 Legacy Drive, Ste. 100, Frisco. Lo- cated at Stonebriar Commons, the Italian restaurant closed due to reduced income from low customer turnout as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the general manager. www.giardinoitalian.com

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CINEMA POPUPS AT THE STAR Cinema Pop-Ups will wrap up its outdoor drive-in theater at the Gaylord Lot of The Star in Frisco with the superhero lm “Shazam!” The lot is scheduled to open at 7 p.m., and tickets are being sold per car. $25. 8:30 p.m. The Ford Center, 9 Cowboys Way, Frisco. 972-497-4800. www.thestarinfrisco.com/calendar/ cinema-pop-ups-at-the-star-july 10 AND 24 UNT AT FRISCO FAST PASS FRIDAY 2020 The come-and-go open house program is for students who have not yet applied and are interested in transferring to the University of North Texas at Frisco. Transfer counselors will be available to help prospective students with bachelor’s degree options, and academic advisers can help students learn about credit transfer as well. Due to COVID-19, this event will be held online. 1-5:45 p.m. Free. 972-668-7100. www.eventbrite.com/e/ unt-at-frisco-fast-pass-friday-2020-

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FEATURED EVENT AUG. 1: Burning Boards This year’s Burning Boards skateboard competition at the Frisco Skate Park will feature four categories for participants. Registration begins at 5 p.m., and the event is slated to feature music, food trucks and industry vendors. 6-10 p.m. Free. Northeast Community Park 2895 Honey Grove Drive, Frisco 972-292-6600. www.friscotexas.gov/1471/burning- boards-skateboard-competition

A sta horticulturist and water resource professionals from AgriLife Water University will teach attendees how to attract and provide habitat for butteries, bees, birds and other animals via the program’s Facebook page. Multiple agencies are hosting this event. 5-7 p.m. Free. www.facebook.com/agrilifewateru

via a stream on its Facebook page. The online event will feature an author who has not yet been announced. Free. 972-292-5669. https://friscolibrary. bibliocommons.com/events 22 THROUGH 28 WEEKLY ART COMPETITION The Frisco Art Gallery is hosting a weeklong contest through its Instagram page to nd the best self-portrait. Users can submit in any medium except photography. Free. Frisco Art Gallery, @friscoartgallery on Instagram. 972-292-6651. www.friscotexas.gov/1318/ frisco-art-gallery

a creative writing camp for third through 12th grade students. Third through sixth graders will participate in creative writing while fth through 12th grader focus on short story writing. Workshops on word art, song parodies and journaling will be available during the week as well. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Half-day camps $199, full- day camps $375, workshops $25 each. 7027 Hickory St., Ste. 200, Frisco. 214-915-2155. https://writeonfrisco.com 16 AUTHOR Q&A Frisco Public Library will host an online Q&A session with an author

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1 Downtown street improvements and plaza Merchant engagement for Downtown Frisco street improvements and the Fourth Street Plaza is ongoing. Options will be sought for on-street parking and driveway consolidation, and ndings will be incorporated into a future presenta- tion to Frisco City Council. Timeline: January-December (design) Cost: $11.8 million Funding source: city of Frisco 2 Legacy Drive widening Design work to widen Legacy Drive from SH 121 to Warren Parkway is 60% completed as of June. The project will reconstruct existing lanes and add a third lane in each direction. This project will include a new trac signal at Country Club Drive and adjustments to existing signalized intersections. Timeline: January-September (design), October 2020-September 2021 (construction) Cost: $16.8 million Funding sources: city of Frisco, Collin County

Plans are in the works to widen Lebanon Road from four to six lanes between FM 423 and Village Boulevard. Design for the project could begin as early as April 2021, and construction could start as early as July 2022. Timeline: April 2021-March 2022 (design) Cost: $3.4 million Funding source: city of Frisco 5 Meadow Hill Drive reconstruction Final design work has started to recon- struct Meadow Hill Drive as a 26-foot- wide concrete road with drainage ditches from North County Road to Preston Road. Other improvements within the project will include driveway culvert upgrades, a 5-foot-wide sidewalk along the north side of the road and water line upgrades. Timeline: January-September (design), October 2020-September 2021 (construction) Cost: TBD Funding source: TBD

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Populations in Collin, Denton counties grewolder, more diverse in last 10years

BY WILLIAM C. WADSACK & DANIEL HOUSTON

SENIOR POPULATION GROWTH

COLLINAND DENTON COUNTIES The rapid growth of Collin County and Denton County has resulted in populations that are older and more diverse than they were a decade ago, according to estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau. As more moved to the counties over the last decade, the share of each county’s population 65 or older grew. The senior population went frommaking up 7% of Denton County’s population in 2010 to 10.5% in 2019. Collin County’s senior population went from 7.8% in 2010 to 11.3% in 2019. The aging population trend is consistent across Collin, Denton, Dallas and Tarrant counties, which saw an uptick in residents 65 and older between 2010 and 2019. The increase in diversity for the counties was driven largely by growth in the Asian and Black populations. District approves $781Mbudget for 2020-21 school year

The number of residents age 65 and older continues to increase. See how their share of the total population is growing.

2010 2019

7% 7.8%

10.5% 11.3%

Denton County Collin County

RACIAL DIVERSITY INCREASED

The Asian and Black populations saw the largest increases from 2010-19. See how their share of the total population is growing. 2010 2019

6.8% 11.5%

9.7% 16.3%

Denton County Collin County

2010 2019

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10.9%

Denton County Collin County

11%

SOURCE: U.S. CENSUS BUREAU/ COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

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fund, nearly $25 million toward the child nutrition fund and about $151 million toward the debt service fund, according to FISD Chief Financial Officer Kimberly Smith. Compared to the 2019-20 budget, the 2020-21 budget saw a 6.93% increase in funding for maintenance and operations, a 9.5% increase in debt service and a 7.45% increase in total expenditures, according to district documents. FISD’s combined tax rate for 2020- 21 is expected to decrease slightly, per district documents.

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FRISCO The budget for Frisco ISD’s 2020-21 school year will be more than $781 million. The board approved the budget for next school year at a June 22 special meeting. About $605 million in the budget will go toward the operating

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2019-20 FRISCO REAL ESTATE MARKET AT A GLANCE

DAYS ON THEMARKET AVERAGE June 2018-May 2019

June 2019-May 2020

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75033

75033

75034

63

64

69

80

423

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Frisco continues to have a dynamic real estate market despite the coronavirus pandemic. Home values increased in the city in the yearlong period preceding May 31, 2020. The number of homes sold in the 75036 ZIP code increased substantially, while the number that sold in the 75034 ZIP code dropped by more than 20%.

DNT

75036

75035

75036

75034

65

61

57

64

121

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Denton County

56

59

50

54 +8.00%

HOMES SOLD NUMBER OF

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June 2018-May 2019

June 2019-May 2020

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646

917

June 2018-May 2019

June 2019-May 2020

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706

732

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1,261

639

16,318

$392,500

$345,000

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+1.88%

+1.45%

+0.22%

16,354 14,838

$399,900

$350,000

Denton County

+4.78%

Collin County

Denton County

15,548

$335,000 $340,000 +1.49%

$312,500 $315,000 +0.80%

TOTAL HOMES SOLD IN FRISCO

June 2018-May 2019

June 2019-May 2020

Texas Frisco

Texas

21.93%

28.4%

37.78%

$415,000 $415,420 +0.10%

$245,000 $249,000 +1.63%

39.58%

homes sold 3,229

homes sold 3,338

21.15%

20.01%

SOURCE: COLLIN COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS, AMERICAN COMMUNITY SURVEY/ COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

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Here is a look at upcoming and ongoing developments in Frisco. 1 Medical City Frisco expansion The Frisco Planning & Zoning Commission approved development plans for an expansion of the Medical City Frisco medical campus at a June 9 meeting. The plans include adding a hospital, a medical office building and a parking garage on 10 acres near Dallas Parkway and Main Street. Build-out could occur over 10-15 years. 2 North Friscomedical pavilion Six medical office buildings are in the works in North Frisco following a final plat approval by the Frisco Planning & Zoning Commission at a June 23 meeting. The medical pavilion will span 6.5 acres on the east side of Dallas Parkway south of Panther Creek Parkway, according to city documents. 3 PGA golf maintenance building A golf course maintenance facility for the future PGA of America headquarters in Frisco is expected to span 4.7 acres. The Frisco Planning & Zoning Commission approved a site plan for the facility at a June 23 meeting. The facility is set to be located on the east side of the future PGA Way and south of Rockhill Parkway, per city documents. The commission has approved other plans related to the PGA of America in the last few months, including a headquarters building, a hotel and convention center, restaurants and a reception hall. 4 Portable classrooms at Frisco ISD middle schools A few Frisco ISD middle schools can expect new portable classrooms following approvals by the Frisco Planning & Zoning Commission at a June 9 meeting. The commission approved site plans to add two portable buildings at A Nelson, B Pioneer Heritage, C

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Storied Roots Local business oers variety of handcrafted furniture, decor from Indonesian artisans S toried Roots owner Kevin Ady said he always wanted to have his own business that oered BY WILLIAM C. WADSACK

and wholesale service. The store oers wood, rattan and stone pieces, all of which currently come frommanufacturers on the volcanic island of Java, Indonesia. Ady explained many of Storied Roots’ statues are hand-carved in a matter of days from green lava stone. Other pieces are made from river stone from the island or cast in con- crete made from the excess shavings left over from carvings. “There’s no wasted materials, and the same thing [is true] with the root pieces,” Ady said. “If they were to take down a tree and make a table out of it, they’ll go back and dig out the root and make [something else]. They really waste nothing.” The store’s wood pieces are mostly made from teak and suar, while rat- tan from the nation’s teak forests is used in the indoor-outdoor furniture.

something dierent. And he believes the handcrafted furniture, decor and statuary on display in Storied Roots’ showroom fullls that goal for his customers. “I have a family friend who kind of turned me on to this type of furniture,” Ady said. “Once I saw it in person and felt it and saw the material and the craftsmanship that goes into it, I was sold.” Storied Roots originally opened in April 2019 and then moved into its current home on Main Street in Frisco the month before the coro- navirus pandemic arrived in March. Since then, Ady said he has been able to continue selling to customers through Storied Roots’ online store

Owner Kevin Ady open Storied Roots in April 2019. The store’s wood pieces are primarily made from teak and suar trees that grow in Indonesia. (Photos by William C. Wadsack/ Community Impact Newspaper)

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