944 Fifth Avenue was built in 1925 by Nathan Korn, who also designed 956 Fifth Avenue.
These full-floor apartments have large, gracious layouts that are made for entertaining. They also feature many desirable pre-war details, including hardwood floors, high ceilings, traditional crown moldings, and wood-burning fireplaces. These spaces also have the ample square footage to provide for walk-in closets. Enjoy beautiful Central Park views and a flood of natural light coming in from the many picture windows within these units.
944 5th Avenue has a gorgeous limestone façade that features pre-war architectural detailing around the windows. Residents are welcomed home by a canopied entrance and handsome lobby. This building also offers many amenities, including a gym, laundry room, and basement storage. This is one of the few white-glove buildings in NYC where the staff still wears white gloves.
This building stands in a lovely part of Lenox Hill only a few steps away from Central Park. The Whitney Museum of American Art is also close by, along with many other sights along the city’s famous Museum Mile. Madison Avenue shopping is not far away. However, this building is not just close to the fun. There are many fine schools nearby and residents can have easy access to public transportation.