944 Fifth Avenue is an Italian-Renaissance-palazzo-style building designed by Nathan Korn and erected in 1925. The façade is covered in smooth limestone and adorned on the lower floors with elegant carved details. There is an attractive entrance and the building sits in a prime location. The 14-story building offers one elevator apartment per floor of around 5,500 square feet containing 15 large rooms as originally designed. Three rooms overlook Central Park. The living room, dining room, library and entrance gallery all flow into one another. The master bedroom overlooks the Park, has a fireplace, and the other three bedrooms each have private baths. There is very great closet space and the original servant's wing consists of five maid's rooms and a servant's hall.