Al Capone’s former mansion gets facelift for the big screen

A wealthy Italian family bought the property for $8M in 2013, has spent $1.4M to date on renovations

Al Capone Miami Mansion
From left: Al Capone and 93 Palm Island, his former mansion.

From the South Florida site: Al Capone’s former mansion on Miami Beach’s Palm Island is getting a facelift and a new life as a production, filming and photo shoot venue, The Real Deal has learned.

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The Mediterranean mansion, complete with a gate house and pool cabana, also has a new name: 93 Palm.

A wealthy, Northern Italian industrialist family bought the storied property at 93 Palm Avenue in April 2013 for $8 million. Since then, MB America, a Miami-based property investment firm that represents the owner, has been renovating the property while trying to preserve its heritage, MB American founder and CEO Marco Bruzzi told TRD. [more]