Every year, the Dallas Morning News ranks the best neighborhoods in all of North Texas, and for the second straight year, a familiar name topped the list. Recognized for its high-ranking schools, short commute times, top-notch community amenities, and even its pet-friendliness, West Plano is once again a champion when it comes to top places to live in the DFW area, or at least according to the fine folks over at the Dallas Morning News.
If you haven’t noticed, development is absolutely crazy right now in West Plano, and that’s been going on even well before the highly publicized new Toyota headquarters officially made the announcement to also make its way to the area, which is no doubt continuing to encourage a whole lot more new construction, both on the commercial and residential side of things.
According to city officials, West Plano’s population has already grown from 260,000 residents in 2010 to right around 275,000 residents now, and look for that number to continue to rise as more and more home buyers find their way to this booming Dallas suburb.
If you’re wondering what new neighborhoods are catching a lot of buzz among buyers, Legacy Town Center and Legacy West are undoubtedly catching a lot of headlines because of the new construction opportunities, while luxury homes within communities like Willow Bend Country Club, Cypress Point, and Cypress Creek Estates are second-to-none when it comes to absolutely jaw-dropping features.