The new owners of Al Capone’s mansion plan to demolish it after buying it for $ 10.7 million


5 September 2021 21:30 GMT

The modern two-story building with eight bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a Jacuzzi, spa and sauna will be built on the site occupied by the house on Miami Beach.

The Miami Beach (USA) mansion where the famous American gang Al Capone lived and died will be demolished this summer by the decision of its new owners who bought it for $ 10.75 million. They report Local media.

Todd Glaser, a real estate developer who owns one of the properties, explained to reporters that the house is one meter below sea level, so it has flood damage and standing water under the foundation. “House crap” and “an embarrassment to Miami Beach,” says Glaser.

A modern two-storey house will be built on the site of the mansion with eight bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a jacuzzi, a spa and a sauna.

In 2018, the famous gangster mansion went on sale for $ 15 million. The property is more than 2,700 square meters and is made up of three buildings: a four-room house; The other with two floors, with a swimming pool; And one-third of the guests used the gangster as a refuge if they had problems.

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