When the five heroes known as the Teen Titans decided to officially create a team, they build a large headquarters on an island just outside Jump City. This tower came to be known as Titans Tower. Titans Tower acts as both the Titans' headquarters, home, and gym.
Titans Tower's main room is a large rectangular room on the top of the "T." The main room has a small kitchenette in the corner that sports a refrigerator, stove, microwave, and oven.
In the front of the room is the Titans' main meeting place. The front has a large flat screen display embedded in the clear, glass wall that is the forward facing window. The display acts as their main viewscreen for security and displaying information; it also doubles as their primary television which is connected to a video game console that allows the users to play video games, watch television or visual communication and if need be computer desktop. The display also acts as a two way communicator and alarm system. Around the television is a black, semi-circle couch that the Titans use to relax or play video games on. The front sunken in the floor contains three spherical computer interfaces.
On another floor, all of the Titans' rooms are lined up right next to each other.
Robin's room is a brightly lit room that is barely customized. A spartan, clean, dojo-esque room dedicated to perfection of his martial skills. The room has a bed, a desk and little else. On one of the walls, Robin's keeps a bulletin board for any newspaper clippings involving an ongoing case.
Raven's room is also dimly lit. Her room holds a large, purple bed in the back of the room. It also contains a vanity and a book shelf with numerous books pertaining to the occult and poetry.
Cyborg's room design reflects his cybernetic nature. It possesses a minature gym, but mainly contains the electronic contents for updating and charging his systems. Instead of using a bed, Cyborg shuts himself off on a surgical table-like board. His room also contains several weights for Cyborg to immediately work out with.
Starfire's room is a beautifully decorated room with a purple and orange theme. She frequently places any interesting Earth items into her room to create an odd collection. She possesses a large circular bed, however she sleeps head to feet.
Beast Boy's room is a messy, green room. Beast Boy sleeps on the top bunk of a bunk bed. The hero has a dresser, but it is buried under all of the food and filth
The Titans Tower gym is a fully stocked training center with specific excercise machines for each Titan. 
In the Titans Tower garage all mechanical and vehicular needs are maintained and stored. The Teen Titans' main vehicle, the T-Car, is held. Cyborg works on the T-Car in the garage frequently. The garage is fully stocked with the latest of mechanical tools. Along with Robin's R-Cycle.
Evidence RoomThe tower features an evidence room for any souvenirs picked up from missions. The Evidence Room is much larger than most of the rooms and is barely lit. Most of the artifacts are kept under glass or hanging on walls. Some of the items featured are the Puppet King, Trident's trident, a bust of Mad Mod, one of Slade's robot's masks, and Control Freak's remote control. 
Unlike most of the other rooms in Titans Tower, the laundry room is very basic. It is a modern room with one washing machine, dryer, and a slop sink. On the opposite wall, there is a empty book shelf. 
On the beach of Titans Tower, the Teen Titans utilize an interchangable obstacle course for training. The course is regularly updated and redesigned after every destruction .
Points of Interest
- Main Hall
- Living Room
- Robin's Room
- Raven's Room
- Cyborg's Room
- Starfire's Room
- Beast Boy's Room
- Evidence Room
- Laundry Room
- Obstacle Course
- Beast Boy
- Terra (Formerly)
- Jinx (Formerly)
- Gizmo (Formerly)
- Mammoth (Formerly)
- Puppet King (Formerly)