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Bedford Stuyvesant, often referred to as Bed-Stuy, is home to many historic landmarks and lined with beautiful brownstone townhouses, but also offers a selection of modern condos. It houses the Center for Art and Culture, designed by I.M. Pei, and is one of Brooklyn’s most diverse and culturally rich neighborhoods. Its proximity to Manhattan also makes it a desirable place to live, with easy access to the A/C, G, and M/J subway lines as well as the Long Island Railroad.
Bed-Stuy is bordered by Flushing Avenue to the north and Atlantic Avenue to the south, and stretches from Broadway to Bedford Avenue, east to west. Herbert Von King Park provides a dog run, cultural arts center, and activities and events.
Shopping and browsing opportunities are plentiful along Fulton Street and Nostrand Avenue. Local restaurants and coffee shops include Dough, a specialty upscale donut shop, and the adorable Italian restaurant Saraghina.