Brooklyn’s best-kept secret.

The area often cited as “Brooklyn’s best-kept secret,” borders Ditmas Park and Kensington. This hidden gem is comprised of large, free-standing homes with lawns and trees, a substantial and attractive historic district, and subway stops for three express trains.

Just outside your door.

The Vitagraph is situated just down the road from the parade grounds of Prospect Park, considered the “Central Park” of Brooklyn. Park attractions are outside your door, including live music and concerts, shows, artwork for sale, and, of course, plenty of picnicking spots just to chill.

At the epicenter.

Conveniently located just moments away from the Q, F and B subway lines and bus lines, making it easily accessible to other neighborhoods. Midwood is the hybrid of escape and accessibility, and The Vitagraph is at the epicenter of the neighborhood’s evolution.

Close to everything.