Conveniently located in the historic neighborhood of Bed-Stuy in central Brooklyn, nudging up against ultra-hip Williamsburg. 2 mins away from the A and C trains, you will be anywhere in Manhattan in 30mins or less. Fully renovated and equipped.
Bedford-Stuyvesant, also called Bed-Stuy, has a rich history and a vibrant, diverse culture. It is the birthplace and hometown of some of the most celebrated figures in literature, sports, entertainment and politics, such as Norman Mailer, Jackie Robinson, Lena Horne, Shirley Chisholm, Eubie Blake, Norah Jones, Mos Def and Chris Rock. On Fulton Street, you'll find the beloved Billie Holiday Theatre inside of Restoration Plaza, also home to the Bedford-Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation, the oldest community development corporation in the country and a central artery of this vibrant and growing community. Restoration also houses The Skylight Art Gallery, The Rite Job Development Center; Royal Blue Music Recording Studios; The Restoration Youth Arts Academy and several other community development programs focused on asset management and green development. Bedford-Stuyvesant is known as “The neighborhood of churches,” with more than 500 churches, mosques and synagogues within a two-mile square block radius. It also has been nicknamed "Brownstone Brooklyn," claiming the highest concentration of pre-war Brownstones in all of New York City. “Bedford-Stuyvesant I call the antiques road show, but only with houses,” said Morgan Munsey, architectural historian and researcher for the Bedford-Stuyvesant Society for Historical Preservation. “It’s like having a Van Gogh in your attic and not know about it.”
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I'm from France but Brooklyn has been my home for the past couple of years. I work in tourism and am constantly inspired to discover and explore new places which is why I love to plan weekend gateways with friends & family.
Im a coffee nut
Im happiest in the outdoors
I like waking up before everyone else