Hollyhock is a new master-planned community that opened in 2016.

Welcome to Hollyhock

Newly-built homes and resort-like amenities with quick access to shops and eateries.
Hollyhock is a new master-planned community that opened in 2016. Residents can access exclusive neighborhood amenities, including a resort-style swimming pool and Fields House poolside clubhouse. What’s more, Hollyhock has a fitness center, a game room, a TV lounge, and a community kitchen.
Once completed, Hollyhock will contain more than 800 homes with lot sizes ranging from 55 to 74 feet. The exterior architecture is both traditional and European or Mediterranean inspired. Various floor plans of spacious homes feature multi-car garages, deluxe master suites, chef’s kitchens, and media rooms. Hollyhock will border the PGA Headquarters when it moves from Florida to Frisco, Texas. The neighborhood is also in the quiet suburb of Frisco, Texas, just minutes from downtown. It’s also close to the Dallas Cowboys World Corporate Headquarters, and it’s only 35 miles north of Dallas, so it’s great for commuters.

What to Love

  • Brand new homes
  • Exclusive, residents-only amenities
  • Planned community events
  • Access to 300 acres of parks

Local Lifestyle

Hollyhock is a small and very tight-knit community. Scheduled social events for residents constantly bring the neighborhood together for outdoor concerts, movie nights, pool parties, and barbecues. There are also outdoor areas with picnic tables and barbecues for social gatherings. For hiking and biking, a 5.5-mile trail system runs through Fields Park and Dandelion Park. The trails connect to the 300 acres of green space at Northwest Community Park.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

There are plenty of restaurants in downtown Frisco, Frisco Square, and World Cup Plaza.
Hoff’s Steaks and Steins specializes in Texas-German grilled meats and craft beers. The Green Gator Frisco serves Cajun-inspired eats and hosts weekly jazz brunches. Babe's Chicken Dinner House specializes in fried chicken and homestyle sides.
5th Street Patio Cafe serves eclectic American comfort food and is considered one of the best brunch spots in Frisco. Tender Smokehouse Frisco is a barbecue restaurant highly rated for its brisket and service. Set in an 1869 Victorian home, Randy’s Steakhouse is an upscale, family-owned chophouse serving prime cuts and seafood.
The Heritage Table serves breakfast fare and comfort food in a rustic setting. For pizza, Pizzeria Testa has wood-fired pizzas and craft beers to pair. There are two Torchy’s Tacos nearby, and both serve an array of inventive tacos for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The Rare Books Bar is a speakeasy with signature cocktails and live shows.
Retail shops and grocery stores can be found at Windsong Ranch Marketplace, The Shops at Grayhawk, and West Towne Center. The Sprouts Farmers Market and the Frisco Farmers Market feature fresh produce, artisanal products, and meats from regional ranchers.

Things to Do 

Hollyhock has 20 acres of amenities for its residents. There’s an event concierge who plans community events year-round, including paint nights and holiday celebrations. Meanwhile, the clubhouse pool has a beach entry, lap lanes, and a splash pad. In addition, Fields Park hosts outdoor dining, sports activities, and concerts on the lawn.
If you head down to Frisco Square, there’s a Cinemark Next Gen-XD Theater. Frisco Rail Yard has outdoor concerts and food trucks. Didi’s Downtown hosts live music most nights and the Summer Solstice Festival.
Home to the FC Dallas, Toyota Stadium hosts world-renowned artists alongside other big sports matches. Across from the stadium, the annual Frisco Fair has carnival rides, food and craft vendors, and public art. Frisco is also one of the venues for the TexasFest Music and Arts Festivals.


The Frisco Independent School District serves Hollyhock. Students may attend:

Overview for Hollyhock, TX

938 people live in Hollyhock, where the median age is 27 and the average individual income is $51,853. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population

27 years

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Demographics and Employment Data for Hollyhock, TX

Hollyhock has 225 households, with an average household size of 4. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Hollyhock do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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Median Age

48.93 / 50.96%

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  • Less Than 9th Grade
  • High School Degree
  • Associate Degree
  • Bachelor Degree
  • Graduate Degree

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Commute Time

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