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MiladTower
Coordinates:354441N512231E

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MiladTower(Persian:BorjeMild),alsoknownasthe
MiladTower
TehranTower(BorjeTehrn),[3]isamultipurposetowerin
Tehran,Iran.Itisthesixthtallesttower[4]andthe24thtallest BorjeMild
freestandingstructureintheworld.[5]

ItislocatedbetweenQarbTownandthedistrictofGisha,standingat
435metersfromthebasetothetipoftheantenna.[6]Theheadconsists
ofalargepodwith12floors,theroofofwhichisat315meters.

ThetowerisapartoftheInternationalTradeandConventionCenterof
Tehran,whichalsoincludesafivestarhotel,aconventioncenter,a
worldtradecenterandanITpark.[1][2][3]

Contents
1 History
1.1 Background
1.2 Construction
2 Structureandfeatures LocationwithinTehran(darkblue)
3 Gallery Alternativenames TehranTower
4 Ranks
Generalinformation
5 Seealso
6 References Type Telecommunication,
commercial,
restaurant,
History observation
Location Tehran,Iran
Background Coordinates 354441N
512231E
Thetowerwasfirstproposedaspartofthe"ShahestanPahlavi"project,
inTehran'sAbbasAbaddistrict,andwasdesignedbyAmericanurban Constructionstarted 2000
plannerJaquelinRobertson.[7]Thesitewasplannedtoencompassfive Completed 2009
millionsquaremeters,athirdofwhichwastobeopenspace,[8]andto Opening 2009
accommodate50,000residents,aswellasgovernmentministries,
commercialofficesandanumberofculturalcenters,including Management BolandPayehCo.
museums,performingartsfacilitiesandlibraries.[8]Theprojectwould (http://bolandpayeh.
havecostabout$5billion($21billionadjustedforinflation).[8]The com/)
firmalsoemployedLisaHalaby,thefutureQueenNoorofJordan.[7] Height
Afterthe1979Revolution,theprojectwascancelled.
Antennaspire 435.0m(1,427ft)

Construction Roof 315.0m(1,033ft)


Topfloor 312.0m(1,024ft)
Theconstructionofthetowerwascommencedin1997.Upon
Technicaldetails
completionofits11yearlongconstructionin2008,theMiladTower
wasconsideredthefourthtallestfreestandingtelecommunicationtower Floorcount 12

intheworld.[3]Thetowerwasopenedayearlater,in2008,albeit
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intheworld.[3]Thetowerwasopenedayearlater,in2008,albeit Floorarea 154,000m2


numerousconflictsonthehistoryofthetowerstillprevail,suchas (1,660,000sqft)
somesourcessuggestingthatthecommencementofthetower's
Lifts/elevators 6
constructionwasayearearlierinsteadof2000andthatthetowerwas
completedayearlaterinsteadof2007.[1][2][3] Designandconstruction
Architect MohammadReza
ThedesignoftheprojectwasheadedbyIranianarchitectMohammad Hafezi
RezaHafezi.ThegeneralcontractorwasthecompanyofBolandPayeh,
andthemainclientandinvestorwasthecompanyofYadmanSazeh,a Maincontractor BolandPayehCo.
representativeoftheMunicipalityofTehran.[2] (http://bolandpayeh.
com/)
ThetowerwasofficiallyopenedonFebruary20,2009bythe55th
References
MayorofTehran,MohammadBagherGhalibaf,andmembersofthe
[1][2][3]
CityCouncilofTehran.Morethan250localandforeignjournalists
werecoveringtheevent.

Structureandfeatures
MiladTower,withitsheightofabout435metres
(1,427ft),isthetallesttowerinIran,andthe
sixthtallesttelecommunicationtowerinthe
world.Itconsistsoffivemainparts,includingthe
foundation,transition(lobby)structure,shaft,
headstructureandtheantennamast.

Thelobbystructureconsistsofsixfloors.The
firstthreefloorsconsistof63tradeunits,11food
TheMiladToweramongtheworld'sseven
courts,acafeteria,andacommercialproducts
tallesttowers.
exhibitionwhichissupposedtobeabout260
squaremetres(2,800sqft).[3]Thefirstand
secondundergroundfloorsconsistofinstalling
sectionsandadatacenter.Thegroundfloorisdedicatedtotheentranceandthegatehouse.

Theshaftisaconcretestructureabout315metres
(1,033ft)highfromthegroundfloor.Sixelevatorsin
threedifferentsidesoftheshaftareusedtotransfer
Anoutlineofthe
thevisitorstotheheadofthetoweratthespeedof7
MiladTower.
metrespersecond(0.0070km/s),besidesan
emergencystaircaseatthefourthside.

Theheadofthetowerisasteelstructureweighingabout25,000tonnesand
InsideoneoftheelevatorsoftheMilad
consistingof12floors.Thetopfloorsofthetowerincludeapublicart Tower.
gallery,acafeteria,arevolvingrestaurant,aVIPrestaurant,
telecommunicationfloors,mechanicalfloors,fireimmuneareasbuiltasa
refugezone,[9]aclosedobservationdeck,anopenobservationdeck,andaskydome.[2]

Thefourstageantennamastisabout120metres(390ft)high.Thelowerfloorofthemastisfortheadjustmentof
publicusers'telecommunicationantennas,andthethreeupperfloorsarededicatedtotheantennaoftheIslamic
RepublicofIranBroadcasting.[2][3]

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Thecomplexalsofeaturesaparkingareaofabout27,000squaremetres(290,000sqft),alargecomputerand
telecommunicationsunit,aculturalandscientificunit,acommercialtransactioncenter,atemporaryshowroomfor
exhibitingproducts,aspecializedlibrary,anexhibitionhall,andanadministrativeunit.

TheMiladTowerhasanoctagonalbase,symbolizingtraditionalIranianarchitecture.[2]

Gallery

MountTochalandtheMilad Theentranceofthetower. MiladTowerseenfromQarb


TowerseenfromChitgarPark. Town.

Fireworksforanniversary
MiladTowerseenfrom Tehranseenfromthetop ofIranianRevolutionnear
HemmatExpressway. oftheMiladTower. MiladTower

MiladTower'sviewtothecity
andmountains.Tower'sshadeis
visible.

Ranks
Sixthtallestfreestandingtowerintheworld
13thtallestbuildinginAsia
24thtallestfreestandingstructureintheworld

Seealso
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FernsehturmStuttgartprototype(firstTVtowerbuiltfromconcrete)
Listofrevolvingrestaurants
ListoftallestbuildingsinTehran
InternationalrankingsofIran

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Skyscraperpage.com.Retrieved20121229.
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article/14_05010449.pdf)(PDF).Iitk.ac.in.Retrieved20121229.
3."MiladTower|Buildings"(http://www.emporis.com/building/miladtowertehraniran).Emporis.com.
Retrieved20121229.
4."MiladTower,aperfectproductforaperfectproject"(https://web.archive.org/web/20091117010931/http://
www.nbn.ir/viewer.php?id=15).NBN(NaslBartarNovin).n.d.Archivedfromtheoriginal(http://www.nbn.
ir/viewer.php?id=15)onNovember17,2009.Retrieved20090910.
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Edition,2008.ISBN9781741042931.
6."IranOpensWorld's4thHighestTelecomsTower"(http://www.cellularnews.com/story/34027.php).
CellularNews.20090908.Retrieved20091005.
7.Vanstiphout,Wouter."TheSaddestCityintheWorld"(http://www.thenewtown.nl/article.php?
id_article=71).TheNewTown.Retrieved1June2013.
8.Khoshnood,Ardavan."ShahestanPahlavi"(http://www.aryamehr.org/eng/aryamehr/future/19.htm).
Aryamehr.com.Retrieved1June2013.
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emid=42).IUA.20090313.Retrieved20091005.

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