The Paterno is a Manhattan apartment building located at 116th Street and Riverside Drive and also known as 440 Riverside Drive. The building is noted for its curved facade, impressive marble lobby with a stained-glass ceiling, and substantial porte-cochère. Across 116th Street, The Paterno faces the Colosseum, another building with a similar curved facade. The New York Times has said that the "opposing curves, (form) a gateway as impressive as any publicly built arch or plaza in New York.
|Alternative names||Paterno Apartments|
|Architectural style||Renaissance Revival|
|Address||440 Riverside Drive, Morningside Heights, Manhattan, New York City, U.S.|
|Design and construction|
|Architecture firm||Schwartz & Gross|
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- Media related to The Paterno, 440 Riverside Drive at Wikimedia Commons