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Two Black-Owned Businesses to Support in the Financial District and Bed Stuy

This week we continue sharing some of our favorite Black-owned businesses while exploring the flavors of the Financial District and judgement free yoga in Bedford Stuyvesant.

From fine French restaurants and small-batch bakeries to yoga studios and designer concept stores, New York City is home to countless Black-owned businesses. At a time when small businesses need our support more than ever, we encourage you to consider patronizing a Black-owned business next time you’re craving a delicious meal or shopping for yourself or your home. For some inspiration, take a look at our selection of Black-owned businesses in New York, along with some of our beautiful listings located nearby.


The Financial District

American steakhouse and Chinese restaurant come together under one roof at Brooklyn Chop House, a lower Manhattan establishment that serves classic dry-aged steaks and lobster alongside pastrami dumplings, filet-mignon beef and broccoli, and Peking duck.


- BHS Listings Nearby -


Tribeca

3 bedrooms, 4 baths

Asking $10,500,000


Financial District

4 bedrooms, 5 baths, 2 half baths

Asking $6,975,000


Tribeca

3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths

Asking $4,495,000


Tribeca

2 bedrooms, 1.5 baths

Asking $3,495,000


Bed Stuy

Stacked Yoga founder Natalie Cosby opened her studio with the intention of welcoming practitioners of all body types and skill levels, from complete beginners to seasoned yogis. The intimate studio is a judgment-free zone, where you’re encouraged to focus inward and build on your own skill.


- BHS Listings Nearby -


Bedford Stuyvesant

4 bedrooms, 4 baths

Asking $2,675,000


Clinton Hill

2 bedrooms, 2 baths

Asking $1,725,000


Clinton Hill

2 bedrooms, 2 baths

Asking $1,225,000


Crown Heights

1 bedroom, 1 bath

Asking $749,000



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