Property Type: Single Family Home
Location: Queens, New York
Estimated Value: $595,300*
Gotti, who some called the most powerful gangster since Al Capone, was known as the "Dapper Don" because of his penchant for expensive clothes. His home in the Howard Beach area of Queens was a bit more subdued than his clothing choices.
The Gambino family boss lived with his family in this two story, 2,428-square-foot suburban-style home at 16011 85th Street until his 1992 conviction stemming from 13 murders, racketeering, extortion, loan sharking, obstruction of justice and tax evasion.
New York City lists the home as currently owned by Gotti's daughter, Victoria, whose Long Island mansion was featured in the reality TV show "Growing Up Gotti" and was foreclosed on in 2009. There is no public record of conveyance.
Gotti died June 10, 2002, in a prison hospital in Springfield, Mo., while serving a life sentence. He was 61.
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