The Stracci compound (also known as The Heights) was the base of the Stracci family in New Jersey. It was built by the same company who built the Cuneo Compound in Hell's Kitchen, and the resemblance could be clearly seen. Victor Stracci was known as an enthusiast of both wine and fine vehicles, many of which were on show at the compound. It was also closely located next to the railway tracks, where many shady business deals were known to occur.
It was destroyed in the 1950s when Aldo Trapani placed a bomb in the basement of both buildings. When they were repaired, the compound became property of the Corleone family.
After the shambles of the Tattaglia compound back in Brooklyn, this is a slightly better-organized affair; although the Straccis haven't realized the danger that explosive barrels can be. A single, thin entrance is packed full of blue-coated assailants, and you'd be wise to tool up before assaulting this warren.