The Vitagraph

1277 E 14th St · Midwood

Property Amenities

2019

Year Built

302

Apartments

8

Stories

Live at The Vitagraph

Welcome to The Vitagraph. Featuring newly renovated one, two and three bedroom residences, The Vitagraph celebrates the quintessential "old Brooklyn" neighborhood of Midwood while bringing modern living back to the forefront. Paying homage to its historical grounds, the developers took pride in preserving the iconic smokestack—a distinctive tower and elegant salute to the early days of motion picture studios. Offering a comprehensive suite of brand new amenities spaces, The Vitagraph is a truly inspired living experience.

Residences

Lavish light and space using bold angles and elegant lines define the intelligent layouts with no need to compromise breathing space. Unique one, two- and three-bedroom options that redesign city living with thoughtful finishes stimulate inspirational abodes. Enter the lost art of a foyer into a true chef's kitchen that seamlessly feeds into a generous living/dining area. Generous bedrooms, elegantly fitted bathrooms, and thoughtful storage are all irradiated by unobstructed natural light, creating a warm ambiance inside oversized layouts. Unrivaled in space and detail, The Vitagraph nurtures the importance of making your space a home.

Community

New York living no longer means settling for less. The Vitagraph is designed with the modern New Yorker at heart: an all-inclusive lifestyle vision. Marvel at the sense of an urban harbor at the moment of entry into The Vitagraph's soaring lobby bathed in glass. That is only the beginning: the comprehensive business suite, fitness center, lounge, and abundant storage spaces are all designed with urban tranquility in mind. Recoup in the privacy of the landscaped courtyard or enjoy picturesque views from the city-scape rooftop. The building creates a wraparound retreat, right in the heart of this bustling neighborhood. With wide windows, unobstructed views, private balconies, and every amenity accounted for, The Vitagraph is designed as a resource and a sanctuary, tastefully encompassing all you need for home, work, and life balance.

Neighborhood

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. It 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. Convenience is key, and every retail amenity can be found along Avenue's J & M while Cortelyou Road continues to surge with new bars, restaurants, and specialty coffee shops. Midwood is the hybrid of escape and accessibility, and The Vitagraph is at the epicenter of the neighborhood's evolution.

  • Courtyard Courtyard
  • Doorman Doorman
  • Virtual doorman Virtual doorman
  • Gym Gym
  • Storage Storage
  • Bike storage Bike storage
  • Childrens playroom Childrens playroom
  • Elevator Elevator
  • Laundry in building Laundry in building
  • Lounge Lounge
  • Package acceptance Package acceptance
  • Parking garage Parking garage
  • Roof deck Roof deck
  • Verizon fios enabled Verizon fios enabled
  • Video intercom Video intercom
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The Vitagraph In Midwood Is All New While Celebrating Old Brooklyn

Get to know Knox. Now Leasing. The Vitagraph features newly renovated one, two and three bedroom luxury rentals, with roomy living/dining areas and airy bedrooms. The bathrooms are elegantly fitted with each residence offering plenty of room for storage. You’ll live in an environment of natural, unobstructed light, including fresh space in a landscaped courtyard and amazing views from a cityscape rooftop. That’s more air and nature than most city dwellers often get.

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