Convenience and natural beauty go hand in hand with Hollyhock,
where a desirable Frisco address means easy access to sports,
arts and culture, shopping, dining, work, and school.
Hollyhock is the newest community being developed in Dallas/
Fort Worth by Newland Communities, the nation’s largest private
developer of master-planned mixed-use communities.
Beautifully designed new homes priced from the mid $400,000s
to $800,000s for new and growing families with abundant
opportunities to connect with art and nature. In addition to 20
acres of recreational amenities in the community, the Hollyhock
trails connect with more than 300 acres of natural open space.
Hollyhock’s community center is the perfect place to socialize
with neighbors and meet for playdates. Parents and little ones alike
will enjoy the resort-style pool—with a beach entry, lap lanes,
a lounging shelf, and a splash pad for kids—an event lawn,
playground, covered patio with an outdoor fireplace, a fitness center,
and gathering spaces for resident events and clubs.
Ideal for weekend nature walks and afterschool quality
time, Hollyhock’s 5.5-mile community trail system connects
to over 300 acres of adjacent parkland and Frisco’s Northwest
Community Park. Beauty and art can be found throughout
Hollyhock—from first entering the community to special
spaces where sculptures and other artistic touches can be
found in our parks.
Hollyhock is located in Frisco ISD, one of the most highly
regarded school districts in Texas, with an A+ rating from the
education review website Niche.com. Frisco schools received
a GreatSchools.org score of 9 out of 10, and all 57 of its rated
schools meet or exceed state standards—with District and
campus scores well above state targets. Students living in
Hollyhock may attend Newman Elementary School, Trent
Middle School, and Lone Star High School.
place to be in Frisco