Some TMNT stuff really isn't for little kids.

The Firehouse at 14 North Moone Street is the home base and headquarters of the Ghostbusters in the Manhattan neighborhood of Tribeca, as well as the location of the ecto-containment unit where they deposit the ghosts that they capture. In their universe, it was originally a station of the New York Fire Department, which is why it is still called the "Firehouse." After the FDNY closed the station, the building was sold on the open market and bought by Ray Stantz, in whose name of the building's ownership remains.

In Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters, the Ghostbusters brought the Turtles and April O'Neil from the IDW continuity to this location in order to get to know them and discover more about them. Later, the Firehouse came under attack by Chi-You and his thralls, who invaded the building before being stopped by an E.M.P. It was also the location of the dimensional teleporter that was used to get the Turtles back home, which remained in the building's basement after they left.

In Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters 2, Donatello was sent to the Firehouse after being freed from the Collectors' prison dimension, and worked alongside Egon Spengler to develop the dimensional gateway and proton weapons there.

In the Mirage TMNT short story Ready Set Go!, Raphael sends Michelangelo on a time-limited scavenger hunt whose destination is somewhere at 14 North Moone Street, without specifically naming the Firehouse.

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