The abandoned Magazine Factory is where Steve-arino holds Steve captive in Son of Stan.
When Francine and Stan compete with each other to determine who has better parenting skills, Francine wins and raises the original Steve very passively, but Stan creates and raises Steve's clone, Steve-arino very strict and manly. Francine's parenting ends up turning Steve into a slovenly spoiled brat with no desire to do anything whatsoever, while Stan's parenting makes Steve-arino incredibly athletically adept and successful at school. However, it later turns out that Steve-arino was a psychopath that committed various acts of animal cruelty and had kidnapped Steve with the intention to kill him, along with all the city's cats being held at an abandoned magazine factory. When Stan admits he was too hard on Steve-arino and agrees to let him do what he wants, Steve-arino wants to kill Steve. forcing Stan to fight him. During the fight, Francine frees the captive cats who attack Steve-arino, forcing him out a window. When they free Steve, Francine turns on his ungratefulness and agrees with Stan to be firmer while Stan agrees to lighten up. Just then, Steve-arino attacks Stan with the intent of continuing his plan to kill Steve. While Steve-arino chases Steve around, Stan shoots a fuel tank, smashing Steve-arino into a warehouse wall. As they leave, Steve-arino comes to and reaches for a gun, only to have a cat that resembles Simon from Choosy Wives Choose Smith reach it first and shoot him.