Space in New York City is finite, but those looking to fill it seem not to be. This has lead to some crazy real estate stunts, like 90-square-foot homes, and a plethora of downright terrifying, possibly illegal tiny apartments. The search for space where space is not is tireless, and is summed up so perfectly in the city's 15 narrowest buildings. Rounded up by PropertyShark, these siteswhich begin in the countdown at a spacious 10 feet in widthmay have better served as a pocket park, or even an alley; but this is New York, and no stone goes unturned if someone wants to build over it.
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