Take a peek inside Al Capone’s Palm Island mansion
According to Miami. Curbed.com:
In case you’ve ever wanted to see what it’s like inside a notorious gangster’s home, you will be happy to learn that the interiors of Al Capone’s 1922 Mediterranean Revival estate on Palm Island are prepped and camera ready for the next booty-poppin’ Rick Ross music video or riveting Telemundo novela. The 93-year old historic home recently underwent a major renovation spearheaded by Miami-based, Italian-run MB America, which has taken charge of the property’s purchase, renovation and management. According to MB America CEO Marco Bruzzi, the property was acquired for around $8M and has so far had $1.4M in renovations. The architecture and design of the Capone compound renovation is led by MB America co-founder and architect Monica Melotti. According to her, the project is 75% complete and will be ready to lease this May.