The Brooklyn Brownstone School was founded in 2008 by a group of local parents concerned about their children's…More education. The planning team of parents included as partners the Stuyvesant Heights Parents Association, The Brooklyn Children's Museum and Children for Children. Brooklyn Brownstone is a public school serving grades PK-5. The school's principal is Nakia Haskins.</p>
<p>Brooklyn Brownstone has a focus on service learning-- academic excellence with an eye towards community service. The school encourages looping, a method that allows teachers and students to spend three years together to foster tightly knit family units within the larger school community.</p>
<p>Brooklyn Brownstone occupies the fourth floor of a campus it shares with M.S. 35., located on the first, second and third floors.</p>
Brownstoners of Bed-Stuy 1368 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY11216 What started as a small group of friends and neighbors has ballooned into what is now called Brownstoners of…More Bed-Stuy. The members of this civic organization join hands in order to provide community service with a focus on education, housing, community activism and economic development. The ultimate goal is to revitalize the neighborhood.
The Victorian Mansion 247 Hancock St, Brooklyn, NY11216 The Victorian Mansion is a historic brownstone bed-and-breakfast. It was built in 1887 and has been fully restored.…More The inn is owned and operated by owner Claudia Moran and offers beautiful views, attractive rooms and a relaxing stay.
Word for Life Christian Center 165 Van Buren St, Brooklyn, NY11221 Word for Life Christian Center is located around the corner from Van Buren Street on Marcus Garvey Boulevard. This…More brownstone church offers Sunday services are held at 12:30pm. Pastor L.A. Saunders leads the congregation.
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses 685 Dekalb Ave, Brooklyn, NY11216 Jehovah's Witnesses have translated the Bible into 407 different languages, even Peruvian sign language. This…More contemporary Kingdom Hall stands amongst the historic thick brownstones of Bed-Stuy and serves Pratt, Clinton Hill and Bed-Stuy. It is considered the Lafayette Kingdom Hall.
Little Angels Day Care III 793 Quincy St, Brooklyn, NY11221 Licensed by the Department of Health, the day care center is one of two maintained by Little Angels in the eastern…More reaches of Bed-Stuy (the other is located only a few blocks away at 1068 Putnam Avenue). The site operates out of the first floor of a brownstone on a quiet stretch of Quincey Avenue. HRA-ACD and Begin are accepted.
Sankofa Aban Bed and Breakfast 107 Macon St, Brooklyn, NY11216 Sankofa Aban Bed and Breakfast is a warm, friendly B&B operating out of a beautifully restored 1880s Bed-Stuy…More brownstone that has been in the owner's family for four generations. Breakfast is served every morning and each of the six guest rooms features a fireplace and a ceiling fan. Sankofa Aban is a nice place for out-of-town guests or for a romantic getaway in your own borough.
Auggies Brownstone Inn, Inc. 1550 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY11216 This sports bar and lounge is located on Fulton Street between Albany and Throop Avenues. The lounge only welcomes…More customers 23 and older, and there is usually a $5 cover to get in. Although the hours do change depending on events and business, they often host parties and serve food as well. There is often a DJ late nights. Call for more information, or if you are interested in hosting a private party here.