Welcome to Bedford Stuyvesant
Bed-Stuy has always offered some of the finest stock of brownstones in the city. Parts of the neighborhood are landmarked so the remarkable late-19th-century feel of this area will be preserved. That means you can expect to see rows of gracious brownstone homes on tree-lined streets, lots of open sky (the buildings aren’t more than four or five stories high), and historic buildings including churches and a small, old-fashioned community library. Depending on which part of the neighborhood you live in, the area is served by the super fast A and C trains. The G is available too. On the east side of the neighborhood, you’ll be closer to the J and M trains a half hour ride to lower Manhattan.