Located in the Collin and Denton counties of Texas, Prosper is an affluent suburb that maintains quiet, small-town vibes. One of the fastest-growing communities in the area, the city is thriving with developments ranging from new homes, shopping centers, commercial offices, and more. Additionally, Prosper is enriched with stunning natural scenery, including more than 600 acres of parks, creeks, and lakes.
What to Love
Quiet and residential area
Private and luxurious homes
Stunning natural scenery
Gated communities with landscapes
People & Lifestyle
With a growing population of around 28,000, Prosper features sprawling homes and a slower pace of life. With convenient access to Dallas, dining, entertainment, and shopping options are a short drive away. Many families elect to join the growing community of Prosper for its quiet ambiance, outstanding schools, and neighborly spirit.
Prosper is one of the fastest-growing communities in North Texas and is pro-business - making it an excellent place for those with big business dreams. The Prosper Economic Development Corporation will support you along the way. Or simply enjoy patronizing the new businesses.
Things to Do
Shopping: The Gates of Prosper have all your basic shopping needs covered and some great places to grab a bite when you're done. You'll also find family-friendly events on their calendar.
Prosper is known for its natural beauty, offering 350 acres of open space, recreational venues, and facilities for sports and fitness. You'll find 30 miles of trail corridors creating connections to parks, neighborhoods, and businesses. You will see a complete map of the trails HERE.
The Play Street Museum loves to see children explore. They are purposefully designed to encourage interaction, maximizing a young child's sense of independence, exploration, and creativity. Check out our event calendar for creative play times, special events, and more.
Prosper Youth Sports Association is a non-profit your sports association supported by volunteers. Mission: To instill in the youth of our community, the ideas of fair play, sportsmanship, honesty, and leadership through fellowship. The PYSA will provide a program model to develop athletic skills and create a spirit of healthy competition, stressing teamwork, and individual sacrifice.
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The community is laid out over 2,000 acres, which includes 600 acres of green space and amenities. It's expected to have 3,500 homes when complete, with four schools and several major retailers at the main entrance.
Star Trail is a beautiful, master-planned community located on the north end of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. This growing neighborhood features a collection of luxurious homes designed by an all-star line-up of the area's most popular builders. Over 1,800 homesites are planned for Star Trail's 900 acres of residential space, and the community boasts a long list of amenities as well.
Lakes of Prosper is a semi-rural community in Prosper, Texas. Located a short drive away from the intersection of highways 289 and 380, Lakes of Prosper is 2 miles from downtown Prosper, around 14 miles from downtown McKinney and approximately 37 from downtown Dallas. Residents of this peaceful neighborhood enjoy the spacious lots, verdant lawns, and picturesque lakes of the community itself. Community-adjacent Frontier Park is easily accessible, along with a wealth of dining, shopping, and entertainment options available throughout the suburbs north of Dallas.
Gentle Creek Estates is an upscale community nestled around the Gentle Creek Golf Club in Prosper, Texas. This community spans 630 acres and features luxurious and modern single-family homes with golf course views, as well as top-notch amenities surrounded by natural woods and lakes. Gentle Creek Estates is also near the Dallas North Tollway and US 380, allowing residents to easily travel to Dallas and Frisco for additional big-city entertainment and attractions.