Borj-e Milad

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Tehran International Communications Center (The Milad Complex)
Milad Tower as of August 2006.
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Location Tehran, Iran
Status Complete
Constructed 2003-2007
Use Communications tower
Height
Antenna/Spire 435 m
Roof 315 m
Companies
Architect Yadman Sazeh Co.

Borj-e Milad (aka Milad Tower, Persian: برج میلاد ‎ ​) is the tallest tower in Iran. Built in Tehran, it stands 435 meters (1427 ft) high from base to tip of the antenna. The head consists of a large pod with 12 floors, the roof of which is at 315 m (1034 ft). Below this is a staircase and elevators to reach the area.

Milad tower is part of The Tehran International Trade and Convention Center. Scheduled for completion in late 2007, the project includes the Milad telecommunication tower offering restaurants at the top with spectacular views of Tehran, a five-star hotel, a convention center, a world trade center, and an IT park (to be completed by March 2007). The complex seeks to respond to the needs of business in the globalized world of the 21st century by offering facilities combining trade, information, communication, convention and accommodation all in one place.

The complex features a parking area of 27,000 square meters, a large computer and telecommunication unit, a cultural and scientific unit, a commercial transaction center, a temporary showroom for exhibiting products, a specialized library, an exhibition hall and an administrative unit. Milad Tower is also claimed to be the fourth tallest free standing structure in the world, and the first considering the vast functional structure on its top and the only tower with an octagonal base, symbolizing traditional Persian architecture. The Milad Tower is predicted to replace the long-time symbol of Tehran, the Azadi Tower.

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