Castle Village is a five-building cooperative complex located on Cabrini Boulevard. This group of residential towers is located between West 181st and 186th Streets in the Hudson Heights neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. The buildings were designed in such a way that in tower, each floor contains nine apartments, eight of which have river views. This is a tour of a Penthouse unit created for the owner.
Built in 1938-39 by real estate developer Charles V. Paterno on the 7.5 acres (30,000 m2) site of what had been the castle that was his residence. Castle Village was designed by George F. Pelham, Jr., whose father, George F. Pelham, had designed Hudson View Gardens which are nearby. The buildings were some of the first apartment towers to employ reinforced concrete construction.