Bedford-Stuyvesant, often shortened to Bed-Stuy, sits in north central Brooklyn, touting plenty of classic brownstones along tree-lined streets. Bed-Stuy is revered for its historic architecture, containing one of the highest concentrations of Victorian properties in all of New York City.
Residents enjoy a strong sense of community in Bed-Stuy along with an array of diverse eateries, cafes, and bodegas. Herbert Von King Park lies at the center of the neighborhood, exuding a lively town-square atmosphere with an outdoor amphitheater, Cultural Arts Center, and athletic facilities. Convenience to public transportation and I-278 makes commuting and traveling from Bed-Stuy a breeze.