Drawn by its serene bucolic like ambience, the neighborhood of Midwood is quite appealing for Brooklynites looking for a quiet residential area. Settled in the mid-1600s, the vicinity got its name from the Dutch for “middle woods” and greenery is what you will find along the various rows of orderly homes that make up the area. The real estate options in the neighborhood are vast and include detached single family homes, two family homes, semi-attached properties as well as some rental and co-op options. Many homes sit on large lots with garages and front, side and back yards. While the area is mostly residential, commercial strips can be found along Avenue J, Avenue M and Coney Island Avenue. There one will find cafés, restaurants, the famed Di Fara Pizza, and Pomegranate supermarket which by some has been coined a “Kosher Whole Foods”.
BUSINESS DISTRICTHIGH-POWERED PROFESSIONALSPARKS & RECREATIONWATERFRONT VIEWSPRICEYESCAPE FROM THE URBAN JUNGLESOARING SKYSCRAPERSGREAT TRANSITEARLY TO BEDQUIET & SERENEWALKER'S PARADISE
Atlantic Terminal 19m by train, 8m by car
Grand Central 25m by train, 9m by car
Union Square 24m by train, 12m by car
Wall Street 18m by train, 7m by car
Columbus Circle 35m by train, 10m by car
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