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Why Manassas, VA Could be Your Next Hometown
Overview of the city

Manassas is a city in Virginia, United States, surrounded by the city of Manassas Park and Prince William County. Though surrounds a county courthouse of more than 38 acres, the property of the county does not form part of the city. There are many ways through which this city is linked to others. People visiting can get to Manassas by train, taking Amtrak or the Virginia Railway Express (VRE)'s local service, though it is only available Monday through Friday during rush hour. In addition, the Washington D.C. metro system connects to Manassas through the Omnilink bus service.

General Information

Manassas is a city of more than 37,000 people, having reached this level from 30,000 less than 10 years ago. The median cost of homes here is a little above $255,000, making it one of the places where the most expensive housing units can be found. Though Manassas has a cost of living 20% higher than the average in the United States, the city has one of the lowest rates of unemployment in the country, at just 4.2% compared to the 6.3% national average.

Location and Neighboring Cities

Some of the neighboring cities if Manassas are Lee Manor, Georgetown South, Point of Woods, Hunters Square, Country Place, Ashton Glen, Sunnybrook Estates, Stonewall Acres, Longview, Bannerwood, Rixlew, Country Roads, Johnson Woods, Hynson Knolls, Bloom Crossing, Woodlawn Meadows, Bloom Hill and Manassas Park.

What the City is Known For

Manassas, being situated in the Northern Virginia region and part of the Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV Metropolitan Statistical Area, is known as:

· One of the 10 Best Cities for Teleworking

· One of the 11 Most Secure Large Cities in the U.S.

· One of the 12 Healthiest Cities

· One of the 4 Most Gender Balanced Cities

· One of the 4 Cities with the Best Airports to Make a Connection

· One of the 7 Cities on the Edge of Greatness

· One of the 9 Most Secure Places to Live

· One of the 9 America's Most Playful Cities

· One of the 14 The Most Single Cities

· One of the 15 Cities with the Most Competitive Private Colleges

· One of the 19 Most Competitive Public Colleges

· One of the 22 Most Popular Cities for the Holidays

· One of the 23 Best US Cities for Seniors

· One of the 26 Fiscally Fit Cities

· One of the 29 Most Romantic Cities for Boomers

· One of the 36 Best Baseball Cities

· One of the 40 Best Block Party Places

· One of the 42 Americas Manliest Cites

· One of the 45 America's Manliest Cities

· One of the 46 America's Best Cities for Dating

· One of the 50 Most Energetic Cities

· One of the 87 Best Green Cities

Manassas Main Transportation System

Manassas has more than 78% of its population using own cars as the major means of transportation, which is one of the highest in the United States. About 12% of the people make use of carpool while less than 4% use the mass transportation system.

VA-28 and VA-234 Business are the major roads into and out of Manassas, while though Manassas is served by I-66 and US-29, none of them runs through the city itself. At the outskirt of the city is Manassas Regional Airport, which is the busiest general aviation airport with over 400 based aircraft and more than 20 businesses based onsite ranging from avionics, charter companies, flight schools, and maintenance and aircraft services.

Service is provided through three Amtrak routes, which are the Northeast Regional, the Cardinal and Crescent. The Cardinal terminates in Chicago, the Crescent ends at New Orleans and the Northeast Regional in Boston. In Manassas, VRE, one of the most popular commuting options to Alexandria and Washington, D.C. also has 2 stops, which are the Manassas Regional Airport and downtown Manassas.

Manassas Neighborhoods

Historic Downtown is one of the most popular neighborhoods in Manassas, and it is only 30 miles from Washington D.C. and not very far from the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains, museums, the superb variety of shops, galleries and restaurants. This is where many residents and visitors enjoy festival and events full of fun. The neighborhood has many parking options for residents and visitors to go to the museums, do shopping and eat at the restaurants. In the parking garage, all day parking is free after 10 a.m., on any level and in any space during the week. During weekends, the parking garage is free to the public anytime.