Titans Tower is a fictional building in the DC Comics universe. Its various incarnations have been home to the superhero team called the Titans. Although the location and actual look of the tower has changed throughout the various series, there are a few defining characteristics, such as always being shaped to resemble the letter " T ". A version of the tower appears in the DC Universe series Titans. The building however is not shaped as a "T" and is located in the city of San Francisco, California. The first tower was built by Cyborg 's father, Dr. Silas Stone , after his son's accident. At one point, it was destroyed by Trigon , but rebuilt to Dr. Stone's design with some enhancements. Because the Titans had fallen out of favor with the local authorities, the tower was not rebuilt.
Titans Tower is the headquarters and home of the Teen Titans. It is located on a small island near the mainland of Jump City. This is where the Titans standby for missions and to relax when there is little to no criminal activity. When the Teen Titans first saved Jump City from destruction, the citizens were very thankful.
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