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David Grutman's Miami Beach Home Includes a Lego Strip Club

And a "Pleasure Emporium" sign in the back

The dynamic Miami Beach home of nightlife icon David Grutman was featured in the New York Post yesterday, releasing some fascinating details about the Mediterranean in Sunset Islands he spent $1 million renovating.

There's an art installation by Dante Denton -- made entirely of legos -- featuring a strip club, LIV, and Hulk Hogan.

The biggest attention-grabber is an installation piece by Dante Dentoni. Imbedded in the wall and ceiling between the living room and kitchen are vignettes from Grutman’s life and things he loves: his friend Hulk Hogan, a stripper on a pole, the bathroom at LIV, N.W.A’s "Straight Outta Compton" album cover, Grutman’s VanDutch luxury boat (the SS Groot) — all rendered in Legos. "It took two months of planning and a week to install," he notes. "Hulk loves it."

There's a Lego Strip Club in my wall

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LEGO @livmiami Lit in my wall @dantedentoniart

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Then there's large, pink "Pleasure Emporium" sign in the backyard. Could this be from the now closed erotic boutique on 5th Street in South Beach?

As if that wasn't enough, there's even a unicorn that lives in his pool.

I can't believe We have a Unicorn. Thank you so much @sandrakubicka

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