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Manhattan, KS

Located in the northeastern part of the state of Kansas, Manhattan straddles both Pottawatomie and Riley counties. This town of approximately 52,000 lies in the junction of the Big Blue and Kansas rivers and is the county seat of Riley County. Its nickname, "the Little Apple," comes from its namesake in New York City, "the Big Apple." Residents also sometimes refer to the town as "Manhappiness" or "Manhappening."


Located in the Flint Hills of Kansas, Manhattan is surrounded by rolling hills covered in swaying tall grasses. Manhattan's downtown area was built on a floodplain between those lovely hills and, as a result, it has experienced flooding problems over the years.

Kansas State University is located in the heart of Manhattan. The students who swarm to the city each year have a tremendous economic and social impact on the community.

Manhattan has eight neighborhoods and is the ninth-largest community in Kansas. Some of the more expensive neighborhoods in Manhattan are Bluemont Hill, Tuttle Creek, Sunset Park, and Warner Park Road.


Manhattan is a center for trade, education, government, health care and entertainment. About 86 percent of Manhattan's residents are employed in white-collar jobs.

Kansas State University is the main employer in the city, but nearby Fort Riley also employs many of Manhattan's citizens. Large businesses located in Manhattan include the American Institute of Baking and Landmark Bancorp Inc.


Additional cultural sites and museums include:



Manhattan hosts several festivals each year to celebrate music, the arts, and the history of the community:


The Kansas State Wildcats are the heart of sports in Manhattan. The university has nationally ranked teams that compete in football, men's and women's basketball, volleyball, baseball, golf, rowing, tennis, and track-and-field. The football team plays at Bill Snyder Family Stadium, which is named for a former coach. Both the men's and women's basketball teams play at Bramlage Coliseum, and the baseball team plays at the Tointon Family Stadium.


Additional sports and recreation facilities, clubs, and nature trails in Manhattan include:


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