The Post has learned that Victoria Gotti, the daughter of legendary mobster John Gotti, has listed nine of her New York City residences for sale.
Despite the fact that sales listings for them are active, Gotti claims she isn’t interested in selling the commercial properties unless she receives an offer she can’t reject.
“I have 17 properties, a $36 million portfolio, and nothing is for sale,” Gotti, 61, told The Post. “I receive offers every single week, almost every other day. I had a tiny offer yesterday. This is an everyday thing.”
The origins of these properties, which include retail and automotive structures, may be traced back to her divorce from ex-husband Carmine Agnello in 2002.
During their difficult divorce, she inherited them from him.
“This listing has been active for 2 years, I get calls on these properties every week, from brokers, buyers, but none of my properties are for sale,” he said.
“I get offers all the time. If one catches my eye, I might consider it,” she said.
However, the maintenance expenditures for these houses, which are distributed throughout Queens, are far from cheap.
According to statistics obtained by The Washington Post, Gotti still owes more than $635,000 in property taxes as of October.
One noteworthy offering is a three-lot assemblage on Liberty Avenue with more than 80 feet of frontage that was recently re-listed last month.
A three-property assemblage with over 200 feet of frontage, previously used for automobile-related businesses, is also for sale.
Another property has been on the market since 2022, at 120-01 Sutphin Blvd.
This “rare” block-front lot has approximately 40,000 buildable square feet and is perfect for a variety of developments.
As is usual for local commercial property, asking prices are not displayed on the listing sites. Instead, prospective buyers are advised to “request your own specific terms when submitting a non-binding offer.”
The broker representing these homes, Richard Libbey of Atlantic Beach Associates, revealed to The Post the flurry of offers, including a recent $5 million deal.
However, the road to selling these properties has not been without its difficulties.
Libbey emphasized the problems experienced by landlords, particularly during the pandemic, noting one occasion in 2020 when tenants failed to pay rent even after a property was sold on Gotti’s behalf, resulting in legal battles for eviction.
With these homes, some of which have been on the market for over 550 days, Libbey asks that any serious offers include confirmation of financing.
He referred to them as “legacy listings,” and emphasized the importance of strong financial backing for any potential purchase to come to fruition.
The context of these purchases suggests a heritage linked to the infamous John Gotti, dubbed the “Teflon Don,” who facilitated Agnello’s admission into the Gambino family upon marrying his daughter.
Carmine Gotti Agnello, John Gotti Agnello, and Frank Gotti Agnello are the former couple’s three sons.
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