Manassas, Virginia

The Liberia Plantation was built in 1825 and was occupied by both the Confederate and Union armies during the Civil War. Now owned by the City of Manassas, Rhodeside & Harwell developed an innovative master plan for the property that used landscape preservation as an engine for economic development, balancing careful attention to authentic historic details with proactive planning for long-term financial viability. The Liberia Master Plan received an award for Outstanding Plan from the Virginia Chapter of the American Planning Association in 2014.

Client – City of Manassas, VA

Categories: Historic
Liberia House