There is something in the air in Bedford-Stuyvesant that makes it a special place to visit and live. Is it the beautiful brownstone and limestone rowhouses and town houses? Is it the sitting parks like Fulton Park where people play chess? Is it the fine artists and entertainers that have lived here? Maybe, it’s just the great food cooked up at Peaches Hothouse, Do or Dine, or A & A Bake and Doubles. A walk around Bedford-Stuyvesant be a moving experience (oh yes, a pun).

Part 2: Fulton Street between Nostrand Avenue to Lewis Avenue. Tour highlights include Al Hambra apartment building, Siloam Presbyterian Church, United House of Prayer for All Nations, and Nicholas Brooklyn in Restoration Plaza


The northwest corner of Fulton Street and Nostrand Avenue.


The Bedford Stuyvesant Walks: Part 2
for GrowNYC
Akosua A.
FROM Brooklyn, NY

Not only must you take the A train to Harlem but you must also go to brownstone Bedford-Stuyvesant or “Bed-Stuy”



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about Akosua A.

Akosua A.

Brooklyn, NY

Akosua Albritton holds a Master’s in Urban Planning from Pratt Institute. The College of New Rochelle’s Brooklyn campus hired her to be an Adjunct Professor where she was selected later to teach two summer intensives during the four weekends of August, 2000 - 2011. The intensives, History of Blacks in Brooklyn & Festivals as Cultural Expressions, involved 3-hour lecturing Friday nights and visiting to museums, parks, festivals, concerts, & places of interest throughout Brooklyn & the other boroughs Saturdays & Sundays. This experiential learning is the foundation of seven neighborhood walks, talks, and tours.