The notorious Prohibition-era mobster lived on-and-off in Miami starting in 1928 when he first bought his mansion for $40,000, according to the Miami Herald. He made around $200,000 in improvements and upgrades — including adding a two-story cabana — that made the Mediterranean-style home perfect for hosting decadent parties.

Source: Travel Channel to explore Al Capone’s life in Miami – Orlando Sentinel
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