Lee Miglin (1925 – May 4, 1997) was a wealthy Chicago real estate developer who made millions in the building boom of the 1980s. Miglin was the third victim of Andrew Cunanan's 1997 murder spree. He was gouged, stabbed, and tortured with five-foot-long pruning shears, and then killed with a garden saw to the throat. Born to a coal miner of Lithuanian descent, he eventually became a real estate magnate. The concept of integrating office and warehouse space, commonly referred to as a business park, is credited to Miglin. In 1989 J. Paul Beitler, Miglin's partner, began to trumpet a proposed 125 story structure to be built in Chicago. The so called "Sky Needle" was never built. Miglin was married to former model and cosmetics executive Marilyn Miglin.