The driveway that leads to the entrance appears at first glance like an alley where you’d hate your car to stall after dark. But pass the electric gate and it’s like stumbling onto an oasis.
The company’s main building, a 20,000-square-foot structure that resembles an airplane hangar, is so wide-open that stepping inside feels soothing, like a breath of fresh air. When Bandito Brothers first spotted the property, a one-time trailer factory in the ’50s before being taken over by a furniture-importing business, it resembled an abandoned junkyard. But according to company co-founder/CEO Mike “Mouse” McCoy, its potential was fully evident. “My wife (Carmella