Midwood is one of the nicest neighborhoods in Brooklyn, NY. Summer weekends here are specially quiet and pleasant. As New York Times wrote about Midwood “…where urban and suburban meet”. Midwood’s history and detailed information about its landmarks and historical events are described in wikipedia’s article about Midwood. This unique area in Brooklyn attracts residents, developers and investors helping to keep real estate market dynamic and diverse. There are multi-family and single family houses, condominiums, coop apartments and rental properties for all kinds of budgets and requirements. Variety of public schools in this school district and well developed public transportation system (local buses, city express buses, Q/B/F train lines) make Midwood attractive to families with variable income levels (from low middle class to high middle class).