Bed-Stuy

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Bed-StuyBedford-Stuyvesant (New York City neighborhood)
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1,800,000 bridge loan secured by a multifamily building in Bedford-Stuyvesant.
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The same abandon and yielding spirit that defined her dancing also embodies her every move offstage, including most recently opening the Dwana Smallwood Performing Arts Center in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York, where she grew up.
According to police, Officers Rafael Ramos, 40, and Wenjian Liu, 32, were ambushed as they sat in their marked car in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn.
In the 1950s, insurance companies avoided homeowners in Bedford-Stuyvesant, a predominantly black neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York, full of beautiful, stately brownstones.
Focusing on community programs Inside Bedford-Stuyvesant and Say Brother, as well as the national programs Black Journal and Soul
com)-- Safeguard Self Storage continues expansion in the New York self-storage market with the purchase of land for its newest location in the very densely populated Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn.
In the following pages, photographer Matthew Monteith captures four distinct New York neighborhoods in various states of flux: Willets Point in Queens, Hunts Point in The Bronx, The Upper West Side in Manhattan and Bedford-Stuyvesant in Brooklyn.
In Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, pianist Randy Weston and bassist Ahmed Abdul-Malik celebrated with song the revolutions spreading across Africa.
Bedford-Stuyvesant, the area bordered by Clinton Hill, Bushwick, Williamsburg and Crown Heights, famous for its African-American history and tree-lined streets, saw a bout of foreclosures after the development boom morphed into a recession, the Wall Street Journal reported.
At the after-party, scribe-star Manny Perez offered his critique of local filmmakers: "Spike Lee, when he was living in Bedford-Stuyvesant, he made great movies," Perez began.
I would bank here more often," The New York Daily News quoted William Lugo, 45, of Bedford-Stuyvesant, as saying.
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