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Park Building

114 Kaj Abadi, Valiasr Street, Tehran, Iran
Levels 7, 8 & 9

Coworking Space at Park Building

Business winners need:


Interact with a community of likeminded imagineeers
To never miss a vital call
Printing capability from every desk & IT Help instantly
Receptionist when needed



High-speed Wi-Fi
Secretaries available
1-month security deposit

Call us on +98 21 7598 1777 to book a tour now!

About Park Building

Park Building is a prime grade building in the popular northern district of Tehran, on the prestigious 114 Kaj Abadi Street, also known as Jordan area.

Designed with a modern twist by Hadi Tehrani, Park Building was opened in 2015. Reaching a height of 50 metres, the building is one of Tehran’s most iconic commercial buildings

The development consists of 10 floors with underground parking facilities and offers stunning views of Mellat Park and the Alborz Mountains.

Located in between Valiasr and Jordan Streets, Park Building offers excellent transport connections with easy access to the metro and Modaress highway.

The building is surrounded by various amenities, dining options and cafes as well as a number of 5-star hotels and is a short stroll from Mellat Park.

Park Building is home to the offices of top airlines operating in Iran including KLM, Air France, Fly Dubai, Emirates, Thai and Azerbaijan. Other notable building tenants include: The Investment Bank, Jica, Linde, Danfose and the major players in Iran’s Oil & Gas industry.










1h15 minutes drive from Imam Khomeini International Airport


Taxis are available in the area. A taxi pick up can also be arranged by calling Aria Taxi 1814 or 133 and to book a female taxi driver Call 1821




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