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Trophy Club sits in both Denton and Tarrant Counties along the SH 114 west corridor about 10 minutes from DFW International Airport.


  • Population: 14,000

  • Build-out Population: 14,000

  • Home Prices: $180,000 to $1.2 million+

  • Average Household Income: $127,391



  • Outstanding Schools: Beck & Lakeview Elementary Schools, Medlin Middle School and Byron Nelson High School

  • Strong Housing Market: Home prices range from $180,000’s to $1,200,000+ and average home values have increased for the past seven years

  • Pristine Parks: Over 1,000 acres of parks, including access to Lake Grapevine via Trophy Club Park

  • Well Recognized: In 2020 and 2019, ranked #6 Best Places to Live by Homestacks. In 2018, ranked #17 Best Cities to Live in America by USA Today; Ranked #2 Most Successful City in Texas and #16 in Texas for Best Places for Young Families (2017); Ranked '5th Best Neighborhood in DFW' by Dallas Morning News (2015); Ranked '36th Best Suburb in America by Business Insider (2015); Ranked the ‘3rd Healthiest Community in North Texas’ by Dallas Morning News (2014); Ranked ‘7th Best Suburb in North Texas’ by D Magazine (2014)

  • Safe Community: Ranked #4 Safest City in 2019. Named one of the “safest cities” in Texas by multiple organizations in 2016 and 2017.


Trophy Club Town Center, a major mixed-use development containing a hotel, restaurants, retailers, luxury apartments, townhomes, and office space, is open for business! In 2020/2021, Anamia’s Tex-Mex, 3 Volt Fitness, Starwood Café, DRNK/Qwench, David Ryan Salon, and more are opening their doors! The construction of Aloft Hotel is well underway and we look forward to it opening in 2021. The Town has added the highly anticipated HG Sply Co. to the Trophy Wood District, and Juice and Roots has recently opened in Wonderland Plaza.


The Town of Trophy Club continues to flourish as one of the most desirable places to live in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Landscaped roadways throughout town show off the wide range of housing options and amenities available to residents and guests. A solid residential market draws home buyers to the area, and Trophy Club businesses benefit from the community’s tight-knit lifestyle.

The Trophy Club Country Club anchors the quiet township with 36 stunning holes of golf, including the only course designed by champion golfer Ben Hogan. Trophy Club residents enjoy an active lifestyle with over 40 miles of trails and sidewalks, adult and youth sports leagues and a variety of recreational amenities.

The market conditions in the area are strong, and Trophy Club is an attractive community to locate or expand a business. Opportunities range from professional office space and prime retail to commercial site availability. Growth continues to set the pace for demand, and Trophy Club businesses are seeing great success. 

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