10. Carrie’s Brownstone, Bedford-Stuyvesant
Carrie is living in a brownstone in Bedford-Stuyvesant near the intersection of Throop and Halsey streets, and you can see that it sits alongside other brownstones that have still yet to be renovated in this rapidly developing neighborhood. Seeing how bad Quinn is doing, she takes him back to her place and set him up in her garden apartment that she rents out on AirBNB. In the second episode, Quinn heads to the local bodega, Organic Food Deli (the real name of the corner spot) where he has a seizure.
According to The New York Times, the locations in season six were somewhat inspired by the brother of Homeland co-creator and showrunner Alex Gansa
“who lives in a brownstone in nearby Crown Heights, and by the “Homeland” production designer, John Kretschmer, who lived in Bed-Stuy while working on the show “The Following.” Michael Klick, a “Homeland” producer and locations scout — “My memoirs will be called ‘My View From the Van,’” he joked — found a Bed-Stuy block dotted with “brownstones that have been fixed up, apartments across the street, and boarded-up buildings: an area in transition, but one that she could afford.”