Manassas VA is located about 30 minutes from Washington DC. It has easy access to commuting routes such as Route 28, Route 234 and I-66. It includes rich history: the first major land battle of the Civil War, The First Battle of Bull Run, was fought nearby. Old Towne Manassas includes various shops and restaurants such as Foster's Grille, Alyssa Brynn, The Bone, Calico Jack's and Zandra's Taquiera. It also features the Harris Pavillion which houses farmer's markets during the spring and summer seasons and an ice skating rink for the colder months. The business district of the city houses the Manassas Mall which features the new Uptown Alley Entertainment Venue which includes restaurant seating and bar, bowling alley, an arcade and laser tag. Other shopping centers in the area include the Westgate Plaza (Barnes & Noble, Coldstone Creamery & Firehouse Subs), the Bull Run Plaza (DICK's Sporting Goods, ULTA Beauty, & Chili's), the Sudley Town Plaza (Best Buy & Burlington Coat Factory) and the Parkridge Center (Kohl's, Old Navy, & Regal Cinemas). Regardless of where you live in Manassas, history will always be around you.
Bradley Square - A new construction community happening in the Prince William County district of Manassas. Resting on the previous grounds of the Old Dominion Speedway, you won’t believe how much you’ll have close to your home at Bradley Square.
Coles Run Manor - Built between 2006 and 2011, these new single-family homes provide a friendly community. When you live in Coles Run Manor, you have a place that your family can enjoy.
The Gatherings at Wellington - Two communities built into one neighborhood, the active adult 55+ community and single family residents combine near historic Old Town Manassas.
Hastings Marketplace - The community features both new townhouses and single family homes with colonial style flare. The residents are within walking distance of the new Harris Teeter and the rest of the marketplace plaza.
Prince William County