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Al Capone’s Miami home to be demolished

The South Florida home where notorious gangster Al Capone died after his stint in Alcatraz for tax evasion is set for demolition.
The new owners paid $14 million for the house in 2018 where the first Scarface died and have plans to demolish it.
The land alone is valued at $10 million and sports one of the largest in-ground pools in all of Miami measuring 60 by 20 feet.
It is located at 93 Palm Island east of Miami Beach.
Capone purchased the property in 1928 for $40-thousand.
The new owners say it has flood damage and standing water underneath it.
Check out Full Rigor podcast Episode 53 to learn more about Capone’s connection to South Florida where he died January 25th 1947 of cardiac arrest and stroke.

Episode 53: Execution of Innocence and Al Capone in Florida