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The Titans Tower is the Teen Titans' base of operations, built by the Titans. It is located on an island in the Jump City bay. Each Titan has his or her own room. Its Main Ops room also serves triple-duty as a living room and kitchen. It also has training facilities both inside and outside, as well as a gym, for the Titans to stay in shape.
A similar version is built for the Titans East, but it has been built on the side of a cliff, not on an island, near the coast of Steel City. In Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo, the Tower's location (as well as the location of Jump City) is revealed to be near California.
- Living/Main Ops Room (has the flat panel computer displays, kitchen, refrigerator, TV, and power storage of the tower, and also houses the Tower's main computer and communication suites. One wall is made entirely of glass from floor to ceiling, allowing the Titans to look out over the bay and Jump City)
- Entryway (with couches and chairs along a narrow hallway; seen in Final Exam and Can I Keep Him?)
- Two confirmed Bathrooms (pink shower curtain and bath rugs suggest that one is the girls' preferred bathroom, although it is a unisex restroom judging by the sign on the door, and the other bathroom consisting of a black and white checkered floor with a bathtub which has a blue shower curtain)
- Robin's Room (queen-sized bed with blue sheets, bookcase and filing cabinets, has a spartan, dojo-sort of feel to it -- not much decoration and lots of white walls and brown woods and cupboards)
- Raven's Room (dimly lit, filled with mystical artifacts and sculptures, a trunk, and a ton of books, circular bed in the center of her room with ornate headboard and purple-blue sheets)
- Cyborg's Room (has a System Recharger for Cyborg's artificial systems, a personal computer, TV, and other electronic gear, has a wall of photographs and a display case full of trophies, sleeps on a computer table)
- Beast Boy's Room (has a bunk bed with purple sheets, a ton of junk and trash, VERY messy room)
- Gym (seen in Overdrive, Divide and Conquer, Sisters, The Beast Within and Only Human)
- Starfire's Room (very clean and neat, girly kind of atmosphere, circular-shaped bed with pink sheets and matching curtains)
- Terra's Room (large, open room with an outdoor-nighttime theme painted onto the walls and ceiling, currently unoccupied)
- Basement (used for storage, very dark)
- Roof (contains a basketball court where the Titans shoot hoops; a favorite place of reflection for the Titans as well, and also contains a volleyball court)
- the Sick Bay/ Infirmary (curtain between to sick beds, dark room with a wide window seen in the episode Haunted)
- the Evidence Room (filled with all the types of weapons, evidence, and gear they picked up from their enemies, such as Slade or Control Freak)
- T-Ship Rocket Launch Shaft
- Garage (houses Cyborg's T-Car and Robin's R-Cycle)
- Game Room (Cyborg built it in Overdrive)
- Laundry Room (Starfire is seen washing Beast Boy's underwear in this room. The episode for this scene is in Transformation.)
Others Who Inhabited the Tower
- Terra (before she betrayed the Teen Titans)
- Control Freak (for about at least half an hour in For Real)
- Mammoth, Gizmo, and Jinx (captured it in Final Exam)
- Mother Mae-Eye (took it over in Mother Mae-Eye)
- Silkie (starting after Date with Destiny but before Can I Keep Him?, and permanently later on)
- Titans East (came to watch the city when the Teen Titans were off battling the Brotherhood of Evil)
- All Titans and Honorary Titans (such as Hot Spot, Kid Flash, and Red Star at the end of Titans Together for at least a couple of minutes)
- Killowat (prior to Teen Titans Go! issue #48 Wrong Place Wrong Time)
- At the conclusion of The End - Part 3, Raven and Robin have a moment together at the window of the Main Ops room. However, the bridge of Jump City can been seen in clear view from this point, despite that the bridge is not within the line of sight of the Ops room.
- When the Titans and all Honorary Titans return to Titans Tower, the base of the structure appears wider than it usually is in the wide shot.
- In The End - Part 2, the angle of the ruined tower changes between shots. When the Titans first attempt to attack Trigon, Titans Tower was at a steep angle, while in subsequent shots and the following episode, returns to an upright position.
- The number of windows (excluding the Ops room window) going from up to down on the outside view of the tower remains inconsistent throughout the series. The tower is most commonly seen with 4, though at times we see it with 5 or more.
- It should be interesting to note that Robin and Starfire, as well as Beast Boy and Raven, each have their rooms on the same side of the tower, while Cyborg shares the same side as Robin and Starfire.
- Raven once mentioned that she should consider re-decorating her room (albeit as a joke to the audience) in the episode Fear Itself.
- Cyborg has the capability to merge with Titans Tower to perform one powerful sonic blast. This was seen during Slade's attack on the tower in The End - Part 1.
- Titans Tower has been known to sustain some noticeable damage over the course of the series, such as being nearly completely ruined on the inside and out in Betrayal, a massive hole created by a blast from Professor Chang in X, and being destroyed (while still maintaining it's shape) in The End - Part 2 and The End - Part 3.
- Silkie is a larva that inhabits the tower, who is kept as a pet by the Titans. He unofficially begins living with them following Date with Destiny and then officially after Can I Keep Him?. He has been known to make cameos within the tower and outside of it.