1016 Fifth Avenue is a 15-story pre-war cooperative apartment house with 56 apartments built in 1926 by John B. Peterkin. The charming facade is clad in limestone, has a rusticated base, arched windows on the third floor and pale beige bricks above the four-story. There is an impressive entrance and sidewalk landscaping. The building is conveniently located on Museum Mile, across from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and close to many of New York City’s other fine museums, including the Guggenheim, the Jewish Museum, and the Neue Gallery. Residents have stunning views of Manhattan and Central Park. This full service building offers a 24-hour doorman, elevator service, a well-equipped fitness room, a laundry room and private storage. Pets are welcome.