Geographic Area Bedford-Stuyvesant, 11221
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---- SCHEDULE A SHOWING ONLINE AT: ---- Spacious 1100 Square ft., low walk-up apartment. This unit features a sizable living room, 2 Bedrooms and 2 Full Bathrooms, exposed brick. It's situated in an amazing location, within walking distance to a variety of restaurants, shops & public transportation. Features a naturally lit Master Suite with Full Bathroom; easily fits a King Bed plus furniture. The second Bedroom also has it's own Full Bathroom and can fit a Queen Bed plus furniture. Other highlights include hardwood floors, high ceilings & ample closet space. Shares okay.

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Learn more about Bedford-Stuyvesant

Bedford-Stuyvesant is known for its brownstones.

Bedford-Stuyvesant is an urban submarket in New York's Brooklyn borough. The area is a hotspot for arts and culture, with a range of celebrities residing in this neighborhood. Mos Def, Jay-Z and Busta Rhymes have all called this area home.

Bed-Stuy, as it's routinely called, came to be when the Village of Bedford and Stuyvesant joined to form one district. On Fulton Ave rests a neighborhood landmark, Restoration Plaza. This 300,000-square-foot building is a civic and commercial center that supports the commerce of central Brooklyn. Bed-Stuy is also known for its 19th century architecture that lines the streets.

In the summer you can enjoy a variety of art-themed and family-centric fairs and festivals. Additionally, in July there is an International African Arts Festival. Each October the city's iconic homes are toured in the Brownstones of Bed-Stuyvesant house tour.

Like many urban neighborhoods, locals often use public transportation in Bed-Stuy. There are ample subway lines nearby, including the C, J, A, M and G trains.

Bed-Stuy has been the backdrop of a range of Spike Lee films and Chris Rock's "Everybody Hates Chris."

Locals tout the restaurant Peaches, which serves Southern food in a relaxed environment. In addition to its permanent shopping community, designers have been known to setup pop-up shops in this area.