(DNAINFO) Amy Zimmer — Midwood, a quiet neighborhood between Prospect Park and Coney Island, saw its rentals fly off the market faster than any other neighborhood in the city last month, according to a StreetEasy report released Friday.
This south-central Brooklyn area, home to the famous Di Fara pizza, saw its apartments rented after a median of just 11 days.
It was trailed by rentals in Prospect Park South, the Flatbush area along the southern edge of the greenspace, where apartments were priced similarly — both had median asking rents in August of $1,900 a month. Apartments there stayed on the market a mere 13 days.
Are Midwood and Prospect Park South the next “it” neighborhoods?