Bedford-Stuyvesant at a Glance
Bedford-Stuyvesant, also known as “Bed-Stuy,” is a central Brooklyn neighborhood that borders Clinton Hill, Crown Heights, Bushwick, and Williamsburg. Known for its historic brownstones, residential streets, and reputation as a cultural center for African-American Brooklynites, in recent years, the neighborhood has seen many young professionals move in alongside long-time residents. A number of celebrities hail from the area, including Jay Z, The Notorious B.I.G, Mos Def, Jackie Robinson, Chris Rock, and Tracy Morgan. The neighborhood also features a thriving bar, restaurant, and retail scene.
Residential Market: 2020
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Investment Sales: 2021
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Additional Demographics: 2020
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Long Island Rail Road
Take a walk along the Fulton Street or Nostrand Avenue corridors to get a feel for the neighborhood's eclectic dining scene and mom and pop retail shops. Along the way you'll notice streetscape enhancements that include new landscaping, street furniture, and signage.
One of Bed-Stuy's most iconic landmarks, this 300,000 SF commercial, cultural, and educational facility is also home to the renowned Billie Holiday Theatre.
Stuyvesant Heights Historic District
With 577 individual buildings built between 1870 and 1900, the Stuyvesant Heights Historic District encompasses 17 blocks of architecturally significant homes, row houses, churches, and institutional structures.