Quincy Senior Residences LP 625 Quincy St, Brooklyn, NY11221 Established in 2006, Quincy Senior Residences is one of several groundbreaking programs undertaken by the Bridge Street…More Development Corporation. It is an assisted living senior apartment complex that enables those who have made Bedford-Stuyvesant their home for decades to remain in the community, aging with dignity and grace in a supportive, safe environment. The rent is affordable, the apartments are comfortable and activities and clubs are plentiful.
Varick Memorial Ame Zion Church 806 Quincy St, Brooklyn, NY11221 The Varick Memorial AME Zion Church is a large church that is located on Quincy Street in Brooklyn. The Varick Memorial…More Church hosts a weekly worship service on Sundays, a Sunday school as well as Bible studies.
Bedford Stuyvesant Head Start 5 Quincy St, Brooklyn, NY11238 The Bedford Stuyvesant Head Start center is a daycare and early development center that is located on Quincy Street in…More Brooklyn. This day care center caters to children between the ages of 2 and 6 years. This daycare center is run by the Head Start Sponsoring Board Council of New York, which was established in 1981.
Tasty Chicken 1324 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY11221 Located on the corner of Quincy Street and Broadway, Tasty Chicken specializes in fried chicken, burgers, seafood and…More ice cream. The restaurant features a spacious eating area. Take-out options are available.
Ebenezer Gospel Tabernacle 470 Throop Ave, Brooklyn, NY11221 Ebenezer Gospel Tabernacle is a Christian church that is located on Throop Avenue, between Quincy Street and Gates…More Avenue. This church hosts a Sunday Worship service as well as bible studies.
Vaya Institute 567 Quincy Street, Brooklyn, NY11221 Vaya Institute is an organization dedicated to helping people access their core potential. According to the…More organization's founder, Dr. Alexandre Sacha Vington, Vaya develops the mind and teaches skills to help people avoid making weak choices and reach their full potential. Vaya offers weekly events and private retreats.
Black Veterans for Social Justice, Inc. (BVSJ) aims to serve as a safe haven for African-American military personnel…More during their transitions from active duty to civilian life. BVSJ lobbies federal, state and city agencies to address the needs of veterans. The agency also assists with securing employment, housing, physical and mental stability and education for these veterans.</p>
<p>The Quincy Street location is an ancillary office of BVSJ's headquarters, located at 665 Willoughby Avenue, between Throop Avenue and Marcus Garvey Boulevard.</p>
SUD vino & cucina 1102 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY11216 SUD vino & cucina is a cash-only Italian restaurant located in Bed-Stuy. It offers an array of traditional dishes…More and select recipes from southern Italy. The restaurant is BYOB so you need to bring your favorite bottle of wine to enjoy with your meal. The restaurant is located on Bedford Avenue between Lexington Avenue and Quincy Street.
Novatos Grocery 228 Lewis Ave, Brooklyn, NY11221 The entrance to Novatos Grocery is found just around the corner from a mural painted in memory of "Gee," who passed away…More in 1998. Inside you'll find a deli, metro cards for sale, an ATM, lottery tickets, beer and snacks. Take advantage of free on-street parking on Lewis and Quincy avenues. WIC, EBT and food stamps are all accepted.
Little Angel Daycare 1068 Putnam Ave, Brooklyn, NY11221 This is one of the two Health Department–licensed daycare centers that Little Angel has in Bed-Stuy (the other,…More Little Angel Daycare II, is located at 793 Quincy, just a few blocks away). Head west off of Broadway Avenue on Putnam Avenue and look for the brownstone with a bright green wrought iron fence and a large, waving Elmo jutting out over the sidewalk; the center is here, right across the street from Umoja Garden. Programs are available for infants, toddlers and pre-schoolers, and HRA-ACD and Begin are accepted.
Black Veterans for Social Justice is a nonprofit organization serving African-American veterans and their families,…More providing housing, employment support, physical and mental healthcare, counseling and education. By taking a holistic approach to each client, the BVSJ helps veterans and their families readjust to civilian life and be happy, healthy and productive. The BVSJ also lobbies federal, state and city agencies to address the needs of veterans. </p>
<p>This is the main office of the BVSJ; an ancillary office is located on Quincy Street. </p>