1016 Fifth Avenue is a well sized and relatively substantial building on Fifth Avenue directly across from The Metropolitan Museum of Art. It is a limestone and beige brick building seated on a four story limestone pedestal. The building was built in 1926 and designed by John B. Peterkin. Peterkin is well recognized as being influenced by Art Deco, however, 1016 has a more conservative classical façade, some detailing, in the window framing treatments and ornamentation has some Art Deco feel. The building has a beautiful entryway and landscaping. The building has 15 stories and 56 apartment units.