Dominic and Mia were raised at 1327 by their parents and remained at their family's residence well into adulthood, living together.
Following the destruction of Brian's 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse, which Brian owed to Dom, as well as saving Dom from the police, Dominic invites him into his home as a way of thanking him. His presence puts Dominic's friends, Letty, Leon, Jesse and Vince on edge and distrusts the atmosphere of the party taking place in his living room. While Vince is vocal about his mistrust of Brian, Dominic and Mia welcome him into their home, and eventually he becomes integrated into their makeshift family. The house becomes a center of conflict when a runaway Jesse returns to Dominic with the car he owed Johnny Tran. When Jesse is killed in Lance and Johnny Tran's drive-by, Mia is the only person left at the house with Jesse's body.
Following the disappearance of her brother, Mia continued to live at the family home. She was visited frequently by Letty, who attempted to repair the damaged Dodge Charger Dominic used in his race against Brian before disappearing. When Mia learns of Letty's death, she calls her brother in Panama to let him know.
Mia attends her funeral and returns home to find her brother waiting for her. When Dominic and Brian begin searching Los Angeles for the whereabouts of Letty's killer, they frequently return to 1327 until they are forced to depart.
On account of the crimes they committed when preventing Dominic from being sent to prison, the Toretto's were forced to live outside of the States and away from home. As a result, Mia's son, Jack, was born outside the States, namely, in the Canary Islands, Spain.
When DSS agent Luke Hobbs brings word of Letty's survival, Dominic arranges it so that, if they help Hobbs capture Owen Shaw, their criminal records will be expunged and they would be able to return home to Los Angeles. When Owen Shaw is apprehended, Hobbs makes good on his promise and the Toretto's are able to return home to 1327.
Brian, Dominic and Mia live together in the Toretto family home, raising Mia's son, Jack. While Mia grew accustomed to her life back at home with Jack and Dominic, it was apparent that Brian had not. Mia expresses her concerns for her family as Dominic realizes the package sent from Tokyo, thought to be car parts sent by Han Seoul-Oh, was a bomb sent by Deckard Shaw, Owen Shaw's brother.
Dominic and Mia are barely able to avoid the explosion that destroys their home. Realizing that they were in danger, Dominic sent Mia and Jack to the Dominican Republic, where they remained until the arrest of Deckard Shaw and the death of Mose Jakande.
Even though the house was destroyed, the garage remained undamaged. Before their final confrontation, Dominic goes to the garage and prepares his Charger and other weapons for his battle with Deckard.
Years after its initial destruction, 1327 was being reconstructed. After the successful mission with Project Aries, Dom and his crew returned to the house for a barbecue. However, before they said grace, Brian arrived in his blue Nissan Skyline to join his former crew mates.
- The original Furious 7 script featured Dom stating that he didn't want to rebuild the house as it was time to move on.
- The house may return in Fast & Furious 9 as Vin Diesel confirmed the series would return to Los Angeles. In the same trailer in which it is seen, a blue 1999 Nissan Skyline GTR R34 which belongs to Brian can be seen pulling into the driveway, which indicates that he is still alive. In the same trailer, Brian is seen on Dom's iPad, finally confirming that Brian is indeed still alive and that the Skyline GTR R34 pulling into the driveway is his car. Despite this, Brian himself is not once physically seen onscreen throughout the film.
- The real house still exists and has been divided into three sub-houses
- During Dom's party, Gran Turismo is shown where it is paused.