The Titans Tower is the Teen Titans' base of operations, built by Cyborg . 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 is revealed to be near California (possibly near San Francisco, the comic book counterpart's current location)

In States of Cartoon It's appeared in Downtown right In the Central City


  • 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 a glass front, allowing the Titans to look out over the bay and city)
  • one confirmed Bathroom
  • Robin's Room
  • Raven's Room (dark, filled with mystical artifacts)
  • Cyborg's Room (spartan, with System Recharger for Cyborg's artificial systems)
  • Beast Boy's Room (very messy)
  • Gym (seen in Overdrive, Divide and Conquer, Sisters and Only Human)
  • Starfire's Room (very clean with her)
  • Terra's Room (currently not occupied)
  • Basement (used for storage)
  • the Sick Bay
  • the Evidence Room (filled with all the types of remains 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)

Others Who Inhabited the TowerEdit


Titans Tower plan

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