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The Titans Tower is the official headquarters and home of the Teen Titans. It is a six story glass and steel structure shaped as a T and is located on a small island in the Bay of Jump City. Around the time the Teen Titans was founded, Cyborg designed and built the Titans Tower. In another version of the team's origin story, Robin started construction on the tower prior to holding team tryouts. After Robin expelled Beast Boy, Victor Stone, Raven, and Starfire, he, too, was ousted when Kid Flash called for a vote due to his temper. Kid Flash took over the tower and became the new leader. The others convinced Robin to take back the tower by bringing out the worst in him, by rubbing it in how Kid Flash took everything and how the toilet was clogged with Wet Wipes. Kid Flash accepted their challenge. The winners get the tower and the losers leave the city.

Kid Flash augmented Robin's combat and puzzle challenges but it came down to a speed tie breaker, a race around the world. After Kid Flash took off, Robin signaled the others to run into the Tower. They boarded up the elevator doors but Kid Flash was already inside. Robin pointed out his old self would have conceded the tower like a gentleman and but produced a staff and introduced his new self. He broke Kid Flash's left leg then ordered the others to throw Kid Flash out. They complied and threw him through the glass window. Kid Flash and the others headed to the East Coast.

The living room is equipped with a high-tech communications array that can rise up from the floor when in use. Otherwise, it remains below ground. For the most part, the living room is rarely clean. Robin keeps a picture of Alfred Pennyworth above the toilet to remind him to take care of himself. The kitchen is like most and like most shared ones, there's always a full garbage bag next to the garbage can. The garage houses the T-Car and whatever tools Cyborg needs to use on the convertible. The top floor serves as an attic to house the Titans' mementos.

Beast Boy's bedroom is more like one big litter box, a constant mess and chewed up. He keeps posters of Animal Man, Batman, Catman, Catwoman, Killer Moth, Man-Bat, and Nite Owl. Robin's bedroom is more like a mini-crime lab and gym. He posts pictures of villains like Bane, Killer Croc or Slade on his punching bag. Cyborg's room is like his own private machine shop. When he has to conduct weekly updates, repairs and the like, he has his own lab table to use. There are various posters of androids, cyborgs, robots, and robot suits in the room. Cyborg's closet contains various robot bodies, including one of Brainiac's. Starfire attempted to emulate an Earth girl's bedroom and keeps posters, stuffed animals and make-up around. Next to Starfire is Raven's bedroom. It is something of a sanctuary where she can be herself. Raven also keeps several monsters prisoner in cages.

Due to the elaborate and crazy display of lights, the Titans Tower's reactor slowly began to overload from the strain until it blew up and destroyed the tower, leaving the Teen Titans and Silkie in a coma. Some time later, Robin came up with a plan to get rid of H.I.V.E. from crashing at the Tower... by blowing it up. The Titans Tower was activated like a rocket ship and used to travel to Tamaran so the Titans could see how Starfire was raised. While Gizmo and Cyborg spied on the Titans with a surveillance drone, Silkie ate it which activated the self destruct mode and blew up the tower.

When the Titans got stranded on a deserted island, after their ship got hit by a monster tidal wave, they gathered raw materials they could find like bamboo, leaves, and coconuts, then constructed a facsimile of their Titans Tower. Robin managed to engineer a working TV by making a rudimentary encosure by combining coconut husks with bamboo wiring and ionized coconut milk to project a picture. He had enough to make a remote out of a coconut. Beast Boy happened upon a barrel of rocket fuel, but was unaware it was unstable, and returned to the Tower with it. Fortunately, the unstable fuel did not detonate despire that it leaked out and Beast Boy hit the barrel.

Some rich land barons planned to tear down the Titans Tower and turn it into a shopping mall. Robin attempted to rally the other Titans to save their home and presented an old treasure map. Allegedly, there was a treasure located somewhere under the Titans Tower. They biked to the shore and entered a cavern. They heard the cry of the freak Robin kept locked up in the cave. Freaky Face got free and chased the Titans further into the cave where they found a piano made of human bones. They played the correct note to raise a nearby steel door. The wrong note raised giant spikes in the floor. Past an old ricketedy bridge, they noticed a ladder to the Tower's living room. Robin lit it on fire so the adventure could continue. Freaky Face caught up and chased them some more. They fell off a thin piece of land and fell down a chasm onto a natural river that led to a twin waterfall coming out of a giant skull. They found themselves in a graveyard of ships and monsters. A giant octopus surfaced to fight them but they didn't have the time and went past him. Robin saw the beam of light shining on the chest. He wanted to be thoughtful and left a single gem. The Dead Guy's ghost appeared. He was insulted and took the treasure back. After his elaborate contraption failed, the Dead Guy punched a target and ejected the Titans out into the sea outside.

After Slade destroyed the Titans Tower, all but Robin seemed content with living amid the rubble. Robin refused to eat any of Beast Boy's rubble food and declared they needed to rebuild. The others weren't keen on manual labor but Robin cited times when the White House was destroyed in history and fiction. The Titans headed downtown to City Hall to get the proper construction permits but the City Inspector denied them. Robin went with a new plan, buy a new home. However, the other Titans didn't like the fixer upper, modern home, or R-shaped house. Unable to get past their unrealistic expectations, the Titans returned to their island. Robin decided to take a risk and start rebuilding without permits. As they whistled and worked on the new tower, the City Inspector arrived and literally bound them in red tape. The Titans were unable to cut through it. Robin had one last strategy and successfully bribed the Inspector. He approved the build and jumped into the bay happily.

Robin yelled at the Titans and they returned to work. The Titans Tower was quickly completed. They marveled at the new interiors but mostly dug the reworking of the living room so they could easily enter and exit it. Robin was sure they would never have to rebuild again. A bolt of lightning struck the upper level. Robin felt they could buff out the damage. An asteroid swiped the top right of the roof. Robin suggested duct tape. A gigantic space saucer like in that movie Independence Day arrived and blew up the Titans Tower. Robin decided to go on a space adventure, the slow-paced, thought-provoking journey through the cosmos kind of adventure. He activated the Tower with his Titans Communicator and it turned into a starship and lifted off into space with twin T-shaped thrusters. The other Titans wanted to go on the other kind of space adventure with action and explosions. After opening a trap door under Sticky Joe, Robin ordered them to their stations and settled in his comftorable captain's chair then called for elegant and inspiring theme music.

They came across a space probe on the way to the Galactic City Council. Rather than destroy it, Robin had it beamed aboard for study. The other Titans opted for a shortcut to the Space Council by flying through a dangerous asteroid field. Robin calculated the odds of navigating the field were 85 million to one. As they took more hits, the Tower's shields dropped to 50% then dwindled to 5%. Starfire activated two turrets and fired at the asteroids. Cyborg spun the steering wheel which in turn spun the Tower in a circle, allowing Starfire's blasts to destroy several asteroids at once. Robin then tried to entertain them with a multitude of gentle, intellectual, sci-fi activities. He presented their evil Reflection Universe doubles but they passed. He presented adorable multiplying creatures in another room. They passed and Cyborg torched all of the creatures. Robin then suggested studying the habits of green Space Babes. Starfire and Raven insisted on passing. They finally agreed to try a virtual reality hologram chamber.

Robin ruined it for them by picking a murder mystery in 19th century London. Beast Boy asked the computer to make a Fart Monster. Cyborg added it should have two butts. Robin belayed the request and pointed them to the prime suspect. Raven ignored him and had the monster generated. It started farting and chased the suspect around. The Titans were amused. Robin called for a fire axe and hacked the computer to end the simulation. They returned to the bridge and Robin made them vocalize dramatic music. On Robin's order, Cyborg activated warp speed. 100 light-years later, they arrived at the Space Council. Unable to stop Darkseid from getting zoning approval for Apokolips, the Titans came up with a plan to disable the shield protecting Apokolips then Starfire fired a single proton missile and blew up the planet. Raven admitted there was a place for both types of space adventures. Robin had Cyborg set a course for Earth. He took a shortcut through the asteroid field.

As the Titans fought over Robin's not-so-secret stash of Ranger green boxes, Cyborg's cannon chopped a floor off the top of the tower and Raven's fist construct smashed the tower to its foundation.