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Mob Boss Estates

The first Chicago home of notorious Prohibition-era gangster Al Capone just hit the market for $225K. While living in the two-story, red-brick house, Capone began his climb from a bouncer at a brothel to a filthy rich mob boss. Curbed National has more photos, including a shot of the iron bars Capone installed on the house's basement windows. [Curbed National]