South Beach Miami
P Diddy’s Star Island Miami Beach home, Purchased in November 2003 for $14.5 Million. It was previously owned by music industry mogul Tommy Mottolla,  offers nine bedrooms, twelve bathrooms, a swimming pool, boat dock, and  over 19,500 square feet.
This is probably the best of his real estate collection, Star Island Miami Beach, it doesn’t get much better.

P Diddy’s Star Island Miami Beach home, Purchased in November 2003 for $14.5 Million. It was previously owned by music industry mogul Tommy Mottolla, offers nine bedrooms, twelve bathrooms, a swimming pool, boat dock, and over 19,500 square feet.

This is probably the best of his real estate collection, Star Island Miami Beach, it doesn’t get much better.

Scott Storch Miami Cars and Mansion

Lil Wayne’s Miami Beach home.

Aerial view of South Beach.

Aerial view of South Beach.

Mynt Lounge, South Beach Miami

Miami Luxury Real Estate

50 Cent Takes Over Miami, that jet is a beast!

Bus Tour, South Beach Miami

In 1920, the Miami Beach land boom began. South Beach’s main streets (5th Street, Alton Road, Collins Avenue, Washington Avenue, and Ocean Drive) were all suitable for automobile traffic. The population was growing in the 1920s, and several millionaires such as Harvey Firestone, J.C. Penney, Harvey Stutz, Albert Champion, Frank Seiberling, and Rockwell LaGorce built homes on Miami Beach. President Warren G. Harding stayed at the Flamingo Hotel during this time, increasing interest in the area.