North Dallas Convenience
It's no secret that North Dallas has experienced a booming growth over the past two years. With the relocation of major headquarters like Toyota, State Farm, and Liberty Mutual, North Dallas has grown substantially. Plano was already home to JC Penney, Dr. Pepper, and Hewlett Packard, which gave rise to major retail shopping, entertainment, and dining options. Now, the growth has led to one of the largest indoor shopping and entertainment malls - Stonebriar Mall, just 20 minutes from Wildridge. Nebraska Furniture Mart is a world unto itself, as is IKEA and Bass Pro Shops, all of which are close by. What makes this area most appealing is the wide variety of choice in things to do, indoors and out, and the fun ways to participate in the community. From marathons to music festivals, family entertainment to nightlife, shopping, and gourmet dining for every night of the week, North Dallas has it all. And, Wildridge is perfectly situated in the middle, tucked away in the quiet surrounding of natural wonder.
There's something for everyone in North Dallas, whether you are a sports enthusiast, a music aficionado, or a shopping fanatic. North Dallas has an abundance of entertainment choices for those interested in taking a break from the lake. If you want, catch a ballgame with the family at Dr. Pepper Ballpark, savor the local Tex-Mex cuisine at Frisco Square, or peruse the different stores at The Shops of Legacy, Stonebriar Mall, or the luxury boutiques of the Dallas Galleria mall. Cheer on local sports teams such as the FC Dallas soccer club and the Frisco Roughriders minor league baseball team. Tour The Star, the gleaming, new headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys football team. Shop till you drop at nearby Allen Premium Outlets, The Shops at Willowbend, and popular newcomer Nebraska Furniture Mart. Or dine at sizzling steakhouses, mouth-watering barbecue joints, or the colorful Tex-Mex restaurants that dot the North Dallas landscape. But, North Dallas is not just about sports and shopping. The arts and culture of the area is just as celebrated. The Dallas Museum District to the south and the Fort Worth museum district to the west are just as easy to get to. Plus, there is also the Dallas music scene. American Airlines Center is 45 minutes away, AT&T Stadium, where the Dallas Cowboys play, is a mere 20 minutes away, and Dr. Pepper Arena is down the street. And, since Wildridge is conveniently located off I-35 and is close to both Highway 121 and Highway 161, no destination is too far!