Urban Amenities and Small Town Charm – The Canals at Grand Park

Whether you crave a small town feel and connecting with neighbors or quick access to a growing metropolis, The Canals at Grand Park has the ideal home for you. The community combines open spaces and two amenity centers in a 152-acre urban village.

We recently opened our Cambria II model and is now selling home sites in the south side of the community. The focal point of this section is Founder’s Park and the South Amenity Center. The expansive green space combined with two pools, media room, game room, and a spectacular fitness center make this the perfect location for connecting as a family and meeting new neighbors. For an adult escape, enjoy a poolside cabana or the beer garden.

The Canals at Grand Park is designed to include bistros, coffee shops and restaurants, but if you want to venture further from home, Frisco has something for everyone’s taste buds. It is also a shopper’s dream with Stonebriar Centre or the quaint shops of downtown Frisco.

Entertainment opportunities abound in Frisco. The new Dallas Cowboys headquarters is opening in 2016. You can also check out cycling mecca – Superdome; cheer on FC Dallas at Toyota Stadium; or catch a concert at Dr. Pepper Arena.

If you’re ready to make Frisco and The Canals at Grand Park home, consider a Drees Custom Home. Our one and two-story floor plans range from 3,012 to 4,028 square feet with three to four bedrooms. Home prices start at $560,900 and you can customize your home with a wide range of options and finishes at the Drees Design Center. Call 1-866-265-2980 to schedule your personal appointment or to get additional information about The Canals at Grand Park.

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