The location in Jump City

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).



The Main Operations room.


The T-Ship Rocket Launch Shaft.

  • Living/Main Ops Room (has the 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