The very name ‘prosper’ gives a clear hint that it’s a city which embodies prosperity.
Sports stars and celebrities have moved to Prosper for the large plots of land and peace and quiet. The average 4 bedroom home lists for about $615k, yet some reach into the millions. Students here are assigned to the Prosper ISD. Thanks to the ongoing efforts of the Town of Prosper Parks & Recreation Division, there’s ample recreational opportunities for all citizens of Prosper that can enhance their lifestyles in a safe, friendly environment.
It’s been ranked by D Magazine as the 5th best North Texas suburb in which to live. Prosper has first-rate schools and a low crime which makes the city very attractive to both residents and businesses. In this small town just north of Frisco, rumors are swirling that it’s still on the path to prosperity as it continues to acquire new businesses and hence, greater tax revenue. The city is now home to more than 100 businesses.
In the early 1900s, Prosper was a central railroad stop. Early settlers embraced the new means of transportation and were especially thrilled with the invention of the automobile and farming mechanization. The new farming techniques set the wheels in motion for more people moving to Prosper.
It’s prime location, just 30 miles north of Dallas, makes it an ideal locale for businesses that need easy access to the DFW Metroplex.