960 Fifth Avenue is an A-plus cooperative building and one of New York's most prestigious addresses. The building was designed by Warren & Wetmore, one of the architectural firms that designed Grand Central Terminal, and Rosario Candela, an architect who specialized in luxury apartment buildings. The Fifth Avenue façade is covered in stone and consists of 4 parts - a lightly rusticated two story base that supports a three story section, accented by massive pilasters between each window followed by a heavy belt course, above which is a smooth section until the 10th and 11th floors, where Palladian Windows, Ionic Columns, Greek urns, and cartouches are found. On the top is a single floor penthouse covered in carved swags and garlands. As one proceeds down 77th Street, the building is segmented to appear as three distinct buildings. This building gives the feeling of elegance, class, and grandeur. In this 15 floor residence, there are no typical floors, just a variety of 68 units, simplexes and duplexes most of which have different layouts ranging anywhere from 3-19 rooms with incredible views. 960 houses the Georgian Suite (elegant party rooms featuring a dance floor, large marble fireplace in main salon, antique chandelier and smaller dining room for intimate gatherings), a roof-top garden, doorman, health club, and storage units.