Where to live in Brooklyn ~ Bedford-Stuyvesant

In the next year I plan to move to Brooklyn. What is a good neighborhood in Brooklyn close to the City?

Neighborhood Bed-Stuy
Bedford-Stuyvesant (also known as Bed-Stuy) is a neighborhood in the central portion of the New York City, USA, borough of Brooklyn. Bedford-Stuyvesant, more commonly known as Bed-Stuy, is historically significant for being the location of one of the oldest free black communities in the U.S. It also served as an alternative to over-crowded Harlem in the 1930s, and is a home away from home for Caribbean immigrants today.

The rent:
Rent is about $1200 for a 1Bedroom Apartment, and only $14-1600/mo for a 2Bedroom Apartment. A few new development condos round out the mix, but you’ll have to wait a bit for most of them to be completed.

The neighborhood is convenient for commuters as it is serviced by nearly a full alphabet of trains: A, C, G, J, M, S, and Z. Not to mention the LIRR.

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4 Responses to Where to live in Brooklyn ~ Bedford-Stuyvesant

  1. Annabelle Pickett says:

    I live in Bedford Stuyvesant. Bed-Stuy has some of the most well-preserved brownstones in all of Brooklyn. The neighborhood is great.

  2. Tom Mays says:

    The best bar ever: Though Pork-Knockers it is on 956 Atlantic Avenue, is known for its tasty Caribbean food.

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  4. Elizabeth Delgado says:

    Brooklyn ~ Bedford-Stuyvesant it is a great area.
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