New York is well known for its tiny apartments and cramped quarters. However, the smallest piece of property in New York City history is not currently on Craigslist—it’s a concrete triangle in the West Village that exists simply to shame New York City.

The latest in Atlas Obscura’s 100 Wonders, co-founder Dylan Thuras tells the story of the tiniest, angriest, little triangle in all of New York City. And want more wonders? Check out our YouTube page, and click here to subscribe!