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Before he went to Alcatraz, Al Capone bought a "nice house" in Miami. After his release from prison, that is where he took his final breath.
A pair of real estate developers purchased the property in August for $10.75 million, with the intention of tearing it down and replacing it with a more modern building.
The neighbors did not want it torn down, so a petition was started, and it collected 25,000 signatures.
Being smart businessmen, the pair decided to sell it instead. On September 24, it sold for $15.5 million.