One of the most notorious pieces of real estate in South Florida is back on the block.
According to the Sun Sentinel, the asking price for the one-time waterfront home of gangster Al Capone is nearly $8.5 million. It's the place where Capone died after being released from Alcatraz and where he is said to have plotted the St. Valentine's Day Massacre in 1929.
It's a 10,000 square foot mansion, sitting on the exclusive Palm Island near Miami Beach.
Incidentally, Capone bought the home for $40,000 in 1928.
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