In her new book, TINY New York, Bronx-native Suzi Siegel highlights the smallest places and things you can find in the Big Apple.
A round-up of New York's most obscure abandoned islands, which have housed drug addicts, the infirm, sharks, crazy investors, and makeshift navies.
The other islands of New York City reflect the story of the city. A look at Rikers Island, North Brother Island, Roosevelt Island and more.
Rat Island, New York City's first privately owned island, was purchased by Alex Schibli of City Island in 2011 for $176,000.