Occupying a large portion of the 56th floor of the Empire State Building, the Bonaver Holding Corporation of New York is one of the Esposito Family's first acquisitions in New York proper. Primarily a legitimate operation, the BHCNY specializes in buying and selling property within the New York State area, including both real estate and financial assets such as stock and bonds. The BHCNY owns numerous apartment buildings, several stores and eateries, and even has majority control in one of New York City's many banks.
The BHCNY is heavily guarded, with at least a dozen guards stationed around the offices at any one time. Even the receptionist is trained to carry and use a firearm. Their computer network has top-of-the-line firewalls and server security and the handful of entrances to the BHCNY are made of titanium-reinforced doors. A top quality alarm system has been set up by a security company that is an Esposito front. All important documents are kept in an industrial-strength safe located in the middle of the offices. At the push of a button, the contents of the safe and many of the file cabinets can be automatically incinerated and the hard drives and server systems virtually irreparably damaged by electromagnets hidden around the offices.