One of Miami Beach’s most notorious pieces of real estate, the mansion of Chicago gangster Al Capone, is back on the block.
The sprawling, waterfront compound is where the notorious Capone died after being released from Alcatraz and is said to have plotted the St Valentine’s day massacre of 1929.
The 10,000-square-foot (930-square-metre) baby blue mansion sits on exclusive Palm Island, sandwiched in Biscayne Bay between downtown Miami’s skyscrapers and South Beach’s hotel district. More. . .