Lisa Hochstein and her husband Lenny have finally began construction on their dream property.
After purchasing a 1920s home for just under $8 million in 2012, the Hochsteins were faced with a major battle when it came to tearing the home down. Although they had planned to do so all along, they later found out that the home was historical and enthusiasts in the area immediately fought their decision.
Now, nearly two years later, the couple have finally got the go-ahead to tear down the mansion, which was valued at just over $1 million (the waterfront property on Star Island was what added nearly $7 million to the price).
On March 18, Lisa took to Twitter where she revealed to fans that she and Lenny had began knocking down the historical home. "I just took the first major chunk out of our star island home in my High heels," she wrote. "I can do anything in heels lol #demolition #bubbye."
Now that the process has begun, fans are wondering if they will get to see the construction if and when "The Real Housewives of Miami" returns, which hasn't yet been confirmed. But if it does return, the building of the Hochstein's dream home will surely be included.