Free Tower
Preceded by Zinc Building (202m)
Type Office building; observation deck
Architectural style Art Deco
Location 1 Denver-Exeter Avenue, Ams City (AC A01)
Construction started 14 Feburary 1980
Completed 25 March 1982
Owner Free Tower Trust
Height 235m (770ft)
Floor count 60

The Free Tower is a skyscraper on the island of 'City' in Ams City.


Standing at 235m and 60 stories high, it is the tallest building in Ams. The tower's main entrance is located on Denver-Exeter Avenue. 


The Free Tower construction started in 1980 and was finished in 1982. It automatically became Ams' tallest skyscraper, it still is today. The tower go it's name from one of Ams' values, 'free country'.


The Free Tower is an Art Deco skyscraper located in Midtown City, in The Triangle, south of Timeson Junction. It covers its entire block bounded by Garnet Street to the south, Tuna Avenue to the west, Hematite Street to the north and Denver-Exeter Avenue to the east. The tower consists of 55 floors and contains mutliple observatory levels.

From dusk to dawn, the building is lit by floodlights. The tower can bee seen from nearly all parts of the city. It's has an amazing view from any where in the city.


The observatories offer fantastic views of the city. There are mutliple binoculars to view the city. There are railings on all walls around the observatories to prevent jumpers and wall sitters. The railings were fitted in 1984 after a teenage boy jumped to his death from the observatory deck.


Due to the importance of the building within the city and the threat of terrorist at high levels, the tower is guarded by armed police around the base level of the building and at the doors.