Gloria Estefan Gets New Cabana Roofs

Celebrity Home Improvement

Picture of Gloria Estefan's home in Miami Beach, Florida
When you already live in a palatial waterfront estate in paradise like singer-songwriter Gloria Estefan you don't move, you simply fine-tune what you have. Gloria and husband/manager Emilio, who have lived in their Miami Beach mansion on Star Island since 1986, recently had the roofs on three cabanas replaced, according to public records.

Here is a good look at one of the cabanas at the Estefan abode before the roof was replaced in 2016:
Previous cabana roof

Here is the same cabana after the roof was replaced in 2017:
New cabana roof

The project was completed by A.C.E. Thatch and Bamboo.

Some of Gloria Estefan's greatest hits are "Conga","Words Get in the Way", "Can't Stay Away from You", "Rhythm Is Gonna Get You" "Anything for You", "Here We Are", "Get on Your Feet", and "Don't Wanna Lose You".

On August 6, Gloria Estefan was announced as one of The Kennedy Center Honors honorees for 2017 along with LL Cool J, Carmen de Lavallade, Norman Lear; and Lionel Richie. The Kennedy Center Honors will be held on December 3, 2017, which CBS will broadcast Dec. 26.




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