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.
- 1 Inhabitants
- 2 History
- 3 Building Structure and Location
- 4 Rooms
- 5 Trivia
- 6 Gallery
- The Couch
- Beat Box
- Universe Staff
- Super Robin
- Pain Bot
- Scary Teri (in the bathroom mirror)
- Friendship Friends
- H.I.V.E. Five
- Kid Flash (former owner)
- Treadmill Spirit
- Wally T
- Mojo Jojo
- Tim Drake
- Carrie Kelly
- Silver Age Robin
- Commissioner Gordon
- Twin Destroyers of Azarath
- Bob Uecker
- Santa Claus
- Tooth Fairy
- Pizza Bot
- Beast Girl
- Thanksgiving Turkey
- Easter Bunny
- George Washington
- Brother Blood
- Doctor Light
- Rose Wilson
- The Brain
- Sticky Joe
- OG Robin
- OG Cyborg
- OG Starfire
- OG Raven
- OG Beast Boy
- Gayle (Human Resources)
- Zan (Former Receptionist)
- Beast Boy (Worked as a Receptionist as well, now resigned)
When the Teen Titans first saved Jump City from destruction, the citizens were very thankful. The city council made a deal with the Titans: They would pay for the construction of a base for the Titans in exchange for their protection over the city (from villains, monsters, aliens, etc.). The city council also pays for rent, utilities and repair, allowing the Titans to focus on saving the city.
Building Structure and Location
Titans Tower is shaped like a capital T (likely based off of the "Titans" part of their team name) and made mostly of glass. It is located on a small island off the coast of Jump City. The Titans Tower is far different from the one in the original show. Instead of a bar or kitchen area, the kitchen is closed off.
The halls are narrow and instead of a super computer with monitors, their computer is a console that can be hidden in the floor and activated and controlled via touch screen. Instead of spotlights, suspended fixtures provide illumination. Framed pictures of the Titans and their missions hang on the walls throughout the tower. Bright colored stickers are plastered in every room, consisting mostly of the symbols of various other DC heroes and villains.
The Titans' personal belongings are found scattered on the floor. While the Titans Tower in the original series was built upon a shallow island surrounded by rocks, the current T-tower rests on a tall island cliff with fresh grass. The outdoors have a yard, fenced in with patio, table with chairs and umbrella, along with a hot tub, a barbecue pit and even a balcony to look at the view. At the bottom of the property there is a swimming pool and golf course. The T-tower has a huge arsenal of weapons and even has the power to control satellites in outer space. In "Caged Tiger", it is seen that the Tower has at least eighty-three floors, not including the Bizzaro level (an alternate dimension).
Outside the tower's island grounds, there're also various features, such as the entrance, the swimming pool and the golf court.
Living/Main Ops Room
This is where the Titans typically hangout together. It has a big pink couch that can seat all the Titans, a large flat-screen TV (that gets broken quite often), a shelving unit housing various consoles and CD collections with a pot of cactus on top, access to the elevator, and is where the big control panel is located (which can be raised from the ground). At both sides of the wall, there are intercoms hooked up to the control center. The Titans also have a Catwoman clock in this room.
Equipped with a couple tables, several chairs, cabinets, a microwave, and a fridge/freezer combo, this is obviously where the Titans eat and cook. There is an overflowing trashcan and a few more appliances: toaster, blender, dish rack, paper towel dispenser and toaster oven. The majority of posters on the walls feature pizza, and a framed picture of Cyborg and Beast Boy is seen hanging over the sink. The kitchen door's sign displays a spoon and fork.
Goes up the entire Tower, all the way to the room the elevator is average sized but can fit all five Titans. It has stickers all over the inside with the symbols of various DC heroes like Batman, Green Lantern, and Wonder Woman as well as the faces of some of them and the villains Joker, Harley Quinn, and Bane (The Dark Knight Rises variant). In Caged Tiger, the elevator interior was redesigned with colored sticky notes covering the walls, except for the back wall. Each sticky note has a picture of a hero or a villain on it.
The Titans have a pretty standard bathroom apart from being able to talk (seen in "Serious Business"), with a sink, one large, rounded mirror, a vanity counter, a toilet, a bath, and a shower. It is a unisex bathroom since both male and female Titans use them. If you are observant enough, there is a picture of Batman's butler Alfred over the toilet, which is surrounded by stacks of books, magazines and/or comic books. Lavender hand towels are hung beside the walls surrounding the bathtub, which is a built-in shower with a blue curtain. Next to the tub is a hook which always available for the Titans to hang their clothing.
Rooms where each Titan owns individually to sleep and to store their personal belongings. Each of the Titans' rooms is marked on the door with either their face or a symbol. You can check out this page for more details.
- Gym: As seen in "TV Knight 4", this is where the Titans exercise themselves during their pastime with the training equipment inside. However, due to their slackness, it is rarely used and they don't seem keen to go there.
- Dance Studio: As seen in "The Overbite", the Titans have their very own dance studio with a wooden floorboard, mirrors, a blue barre stuck on the walls, benches and change rooms for the girls and boys Also, there are pictures on the walls of famous dancers. Raven is the most frequent user of this room, since she is a dancer herself.
- The Ring: Shown in "Oh Yeah!", the Titans seem to have their own wrestling ring with red ropes and a regular wrestling atmosphere where they do their fun little wrestling practices. Real or fake, its sure to be a go.
- Garage: This houses the T-Car, which is built and maintained by Cyborg; other Titans sometimes help maintain it too. It has not been seen where it is exactly on the Tower, but presumably either on the ground level or below ground and the car just raises up. It has plenty of tools and other gadgets inside to help maintain, fix or improve the T-Car. Robin appears to have housed the R-Cycle in there too, as seen in "Lication".
- Lobby: Seen in "You're Fired!", only a small section of it is shown but it seems to be a very long hallway. This is where the receptionist desk is located.
- Laundry Room: Shown in "Laundry Day", it is a fairly large laundry room with the standard washer and dryer. It appears to be on the ground floor, as Robin looked through the window while he got trapped outside. It has motivational cleaning posters with Superman and Aquaman (hook variant) on them. There is also a Wonder Woman one, but it is ripped up for some reason.
- Morgue: Shown in "Ghostboy", this room is where the deceased are placed in a coffin and mourned. It has a skull on the door.
- Back Room: Shown in "Tower Power", this room seems to have the power source of the Tower, and it consists of control switches and hazardous waste. Its door sign bears a hazard descriptor. This is where the Titans tried to devise a plan to unplug Cyborg from the Tower, but he was still able to engage in their conversation, so they left promptly to unplug him.
- Secret Room: Shown in "Terra-ized", this is where all of the Titans' secrets and security are. Terra wanted to know all of the Titans' secrets so she used Beast Boy to open it for her and let her put it on her flash drive. It is protected by several doors, including a vault door and a giant mouth. It can be accessed by pressing a button hidden in a small shrub.
- Laboratory: Seen in "Super Robin", when Robin is jealous of the other Titans about having super powers, he heads into the laboratory to try and merge his DNA with a robin.
- Underground Basement: Seen in "The Left Leg", the Titans enter into the room through pipes in the main living room. It is shown to be underneath the entire island, underwater. When the Titans take their robot out for a mission, it always flies straight up, then it always comes out of the ocean in front of the tower. Silkie also goes in it to build a robot to stop the asteroid in "Brain Food". It also appears to be the location of the obstacle course that Robin built in "No Power", as the Titans also travel there via the pipes.
- Library: As seen in "Brain Food", Beast Boy goes here to try and get smarter by reading a lot, which he seems unable to do. It is quite large, filled with hundreds of books.
- Classroom: This is where the Titans learn and teach, and as seen in "Permanent Record", it houses the Magical Learnin' Van. It was first seen in "Cool School".
- Meeting Room: This is where the Titans have meetings and discuss about certain plans, as seen in "Teen Titans Save Christmas", though they prefer not to use it.
- Titan Vault: Seen in "Teen Titans Go! to the Movies", the Titan Vault is by far the most impressive room of them all. The Vault is a giant vault, secured with a very long passcode, face scan and multi-layer vault gate. The vault is impressively large, covered in glowing lights and handcuffs attached to the walls.
- Throughout the majority of the Tower, the walls are covered with posters and stickers of famous DC characters, as well as the logos that represent them. Ones not exclusively in a Titan's room include: Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Flash, Aquaman, Joker, Bane, Harley Quinn, and Dr. Fate.
- Throughout the Tower are dolls of DC characters, even outside Starfire's room. The ones seen so far are Darkseid, Martian Manhunter, and Slade
- The thermometer inside Titans Tower seems to always be set at a comfortable 72-73°F, but in "Hey Pizza!", the thermometer was temporarily broken and set to 109°F.
- The password to get all of the Titans' secrets in the secret compartment is "TITANZRULE". This was shown in "Terra-ized".
- "Friendship" was the first episode where the Tower didn't appear.
- Cyborg and Beast Boy randomly built a door that leads to nowhere into the sides of the Titans Tower in "Puppets, Whaaaaat?".
- Some people argue that it's shaped like a T, like Cyborg mentioned in "The Mask".
- "Two Parter" and "Oregon Trail" hint that the tower has a hidden air conditioner.
- In "Serious Business", the bathroom floats away onto outer space with all the other bathrooms of the world...
- The Tower is regularly, partially or completely destroyed throughout the series.
- As stated by Beast Boy in "Stockton, CA!", the Titans don't allow anyone to come near the tower or they will smack the said person with the mighty hammer of the law. He even claimed that he had checked with a lawyer about this and threatened people so that they wouldn't test them when it comes to visiting the tower.
- It is very strange that there is no entrance/door to the outside in the main living room area. In nearly every episode, the Titans break the glass to get inside from the outside. It is equally ridiculous that the Titans don't have some kind of opening to the outside in the living room at this point.
- Perhaps a door or some kind of hinged glass side hatch would be more convenient rather than going into the elevator and waiting several minutes to get down to the bottom floor, especially when there is a crime alert as they need to be at the crime scene as soon as possible.
- Also, the Titans can just fly over to Jump City in a matter of seconds from the living room, as seen in Butt Atoms, and Robin can use Cyborg's body as a jet-pack.