Al Capone's Gangster Paradise Villa in Miami Gets a Glamorous Restoration

Take a good look at this colonial-style estate in Miami Beach because there’s a good chance you’ll start seeing it in films and television very soon. Built in 1922, this home at 93 Palm can be found in the affluent Palm Island and was once owned by the notorious gangster Al Capone—he actually passed away from a stroke on January 25, 1947 in one of the bedrooms. Thanks to MB America, the villa has now been completely restored to its former glory and is available for use in film, TV, and photo shoots. Its classic Mediterranean style makes it a perfect choice for any glamorous production needs, whether it’s Beyoncé’s next music video or Martin Scorsese’s upcoming Sinatra biopic. 

Mila Pantovich

Mila Pantovich lives in San Diego, CA with whatever animals she is fostering at the time. With a degree in Literature/Writing and a Minor in Film Studies, she holds a marketing position at a prestigious law firm and has written for several publications, including JustLuxe, Citizine and Huffington Post. In her spare time she writes film reviews for various online publications, works on a creative n...(Read More)

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