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.
We at Curbed Miami would like to sincerely apologize to Birdman for not putting the proper respek on his gargantuan Miami Beach mansion a couple of weeks ago when news surfaced of an impending $20 million asking price.
The Miami Beach villa that housed Al Capone’s final breaths just sold to European soccer agent Mino Riaola, per the Miami Herald. Riaola is bathing in cash after netting $32 million in a $143 million transfer by his esteemed client, Paul Pogba..
Here’s a fully renovated home at 253 North Coconut Lane on Palm Island in Miami Beach for $4.25 million, a $150,000 reduction since its initial ask last April. The 2,283-square-foot home has three bedrooms and three bathrooms.
Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent or buy for a set dollar amount across various South Florida neighborhoods. With this week's budget of $3 million, we're checking out five of Miami's hottest areas.
This grand bayfront home on Palm Island with southern exposure just hit the market asking $21.8 million. The three-story estate has nine bedrooms, 11 bathrooms and was designed by Ramon Pacheco. It has a large rooftop terrace and a private dock.
This five-bedroom contemporary sex palace was listed for $4.849 million in July. It has three bedrooms, all with private terraces, open living areas and a rooftop terrace with a jacuzzi. The question is whether the kinky mirror is included.
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.