"Infamous" doesn't begin to cover Helmsley Enterprises and its former chairman, the late Leona Helmsley. The company holds the real estate empire amassed by the late Harry Helmsley over a period of 50 years. Leona, who was dubbed the "Queen of Mean" in her heyday, served time for tax evasion and had interests in such high-profile properties as the Helmsley Park Lane and the Helmsley Windsor. Other holdings include apartment buildings and millions of square feet of New York real estate, as well as a lease on the Empire State Building. The portfolio was valued at $5 billion before Harry Helmsley's death in 1997. Leona Helmsley sold more than $2 billion worth of property between 1997 and her death in 2007.
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