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Tehran International Tower (Persian: برج بین‌المللی تهران‎) is a 56-story building in Tehran, Iran. It is the tallest residential building in Iran.[1][2]

Tehran International Tower
Tehran Tower - panoramio.jpg
Tehran International Tower is located in Iran
Tehran International Tower
Tehran International Tower
Location within Iran
General information
LocationTehran, Iran
Coordinates35°44′34″N 51°23′57″E / 35.7426808°N 51.3991446°E / 35.7426808; 51.3991446Coordinates: 35°44′34″N 51°23′57″E / 35.7426808°N 51.3991446°E / 35.7426808; 51.3991446
Construction started1996
Roof162 m (531 ft)
Technical details
Floor count56
Floor area220,000 m2 (2,400,000 sq ft)
Design and construction
DeveloperInternational Construction Development Co.
Structural engineerSetec Co.

It is located north of Yusef Abad and Amir Abad districts, close to Kordestan and Resalat Expressways.



Structural Towers consists of walls of reinforced concrete sub and ceilings as well as a slab of concrete design and are made with concrete wall core along the three wing angle 120 degrees from each other. Also the walls have subsidiary design and the main walls are perpendicular. Additional pieces of the original structure and design of this tower are based on safety standards. Garages as well as concrete structures and retaining walls are designed and implemented in this Tower. The Tower also has Intelligent control system including internal computer network, energy management, network control, CCTV cameras, fire systems, control systems and traffic control.

Tehran International Tower was built in three separate wings. A north wing is A. B is the East Wing. The West Wing is C. Each wing has a different view. The height of each floor is 3 meters. The cross-shaped tower is filled with stars at angles.

Tehran International Tower is one of the most expensive residential buildings in Tehran with excellent transport links to the main motorways.

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  1. ^ "نگاهی به برج‌های معروف تهران" (in Persian).
  2. ^ High-rise buildings and environmental factors

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