To avoid the press attention he began to attract in the 1950's, Tommy moved his wife Catherine, and their two children, Frances and Baldesare to a secluded suburb on Royat Street, in Lido Beach, Long Island...
he was the garment center king, heroin overlord and won of lucky's most effecient killer's during the prohibition period .
It would be neat to live in one of the mobsters' old houses.Boy,if those walls could talk.I heard that people wanted to make Al Capone's house in Chicago a historical building,but the city nixed it.Now that would be something,living in that.You could probably do well giving paid tours.If you guys never heard of it there's a really cool site about Chicago's 1920s gangland called myalcaponemuseum.Great pictures,stories,artifacts.
Actually, this house, which still stands, and last sold for $1.3 million in 2009, is in the Malba section of Whitestone, Queens, and is number 106. 104 Parsons Blvd is in Flushing.
Thom L. Jones
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