Welcome to Prosper, Texas … “A Place Where Everyone Matters”. Located north of Frisco, the Town of Prosper strives to provide a quality living experience for all those who live there, by focusing on families and small town ideals. Ranked as one of the top 5 places to live in the greater Dallas area, Prosper compares favorably with the nearby communities of Frisco and Allen in community appeal, available housing, public school academic performance, and local crime rate. Although Prosper is experiencing tremendous growth, they offer a plethora of new housing developments. These developments usually include widened roads, affordable luxury homes, quality public schools, and opportunities in the workforce.
Downtown Prosper is a bit of an amalgam, with the municipal courthouse sharing building space with local businesses. On the opposite end of downtown, residents flock to a long-time local favorite, The Cotton Gin Café. Owned by Prosper residents, Sondra and Steve Channell, the restaurant offers Americana with a Southern flare. Sample the menu while relaxing in one of their mixed matched blue and beige chairs. Another popular brunch spot with locals is Sunrise Café. Known for the friendly staff, the menu features dishes made from scratch utilizing locally sourced vendors.
Prosper offers a small town atmosphere while providing convenience only found in a big city. The Gates of Prosper and The Shops at Prosper Trail offer shopping at master planned, retail developments.
Prosper provides residents with excellent schools, modern shopping experiences, and friendly neighborhoods for growing families. Not only does it offer the appeal of living in a small town, Prosper’s proximity to Dallas allows residents to enjoy the cultural, commercial, and entertainment venues only found in big cities.
It also offers the best of both suburban and small town living with its close proximity to the Dallas metroplex, rapid growth and opportunity, punctuated with a small town vibe.