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Considered Brooklyn's largest African-American community, this historic area features twelve blocks of bay-fronted townhouses that look the same as they did in the late 19th century.
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“bed stuy” (6 reviews)
“clinton hill” (2 reviews)
Brooklyn, NY
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Reviewed 20 November 2017

New restaurants and commercial establishments opening. Library, art gallery: Richard Beavers Gallery, a must see. Unique art exhibits presented. Public and private schools, multiple residential options.

Thank Gail M
Reviewed 4 November 2017

Great walk through these streets, we felt like we were on a movie set and there are some really beautiful houses to look at.

Thank KarenMara
Reviewed 2 September 2017

For our weeks stay we opted for an apt in Monroe street and were more than happy we our choice, the area felt very safe

Thank Brenda R
Reviewed 30 August 2017

This is another great Brooklyn Neighborhood, but unless you have friends who live here, or unless you're coming for a very specific event, it's not worth the extra trip. Listen, every neighborhood in Brooklyn is great and has it's own personality, but if you're on...More

Thank MTDigs
Reviewed 21 July 2017

We spent 8 days in historic 'Bed Stuy' and it was our base while visiting New York. It is easy to get into Manhattan and other tourist sites by taking J , Z and A lines. There are some fascinating walking tours to learn about...More

1  Thank jotfromlondon
Reviewed 16 June 2017 via mobile

NY is so diverse and this is the polish district located in the Big Apple. There are plenty of typical food. What a global place!

Thank Regina C
Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

We here to spend time with a relative who recently bought and restored a brownstone. The work was extensive but brought back the ageless architecture of the original building. It is wonderful to see the reclamation of this place. The whole area is being modernized...More

1  Thank Allan S
Reviewed 4 February 2017

We thoroughly enjoyed our daytime stroll around Bed-Stuy - interesting architecture makes you feel that you're stepping into the past. Be sure to check out the Pratt Institute (Clinton Hill) and when all the walking makes you hungry head directly to David's Brisket House on...More

Thank Riddoch88
Reviewed 17 January 2017

You feel like being in a 30`s neighbourhood. Very nice houses with artistic iron work gates in front of the houses. A nice quiet neighbourhood with nice houses and an attractive vibe.

Thank Mightymike1966
Reviewed 4 January 2017

Wanted to explore the authentic New York and booked a room in this neighbourhood. Will not do that again. Felt unprotected. A full on raveparty on second floor kept me, and the rest of the neighbourhood, awake until 4am. No sign of the police.

Thank Merethe M
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