Al Capone’s Miami Mansion Just Sold For Huge Money

Al Capone’s Miami Mansion Just Sold For Huge Money

The Miami mansion of Al Capone has sold for $15.5 million. The Miami Herald reports the home was sold to 93 Palm Residence LLC, managed by Coral Gables accountant Toni Alam. Capone bought the waterfront house for $40,000 in 1928. He died there in 1947 from a heart attack. Developer Todd Michael Glaser and Nelson Gonzalez bought the residence in August for $10.75 million with plans to demolish it and replace it with a more modern project, but preservationists in Miami Beach balked at their plans. Glaser says the offer came out of the blue.

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