Kian tower is one of the most prestigious business centers located on Valiasr Street, built in 2008 The development consists of 22 floors with 7 floors of underground parking facilities.
Company Headquarters serviced offices on the 15th floor boasts spectacular views of the Alborz Mountains in north of Tehran all the way through to Milad tower, the iconic landmark of Tehran.
The spacious offices, elegant interior and ceiling to floor windows provides you with a modern and prestigious environment for your business. This work environment is ideal for any dynamic businesses with plans for growth in the future. It offers an enviable and practical address in one of Tehran’s major business and commercial centers.
The building is one of the very few buildings in Tehran with a helipad. It is surrounded by various amenities, dining options and cafes as well as a number of 5 star hotels, and is a short stroll away from Mellat park.
This location with no doubt offers the best serviced offices in Tehran
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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Valiasr is a tree-lined street in Tehran, dividing the metropolis into western and eastern parts built in 1922 to 1927, considering the end of asphalt plan it ended in 1933. It is considered one of Tehran's main thoroughfares and commercial centres. It is also the longest street in the Middle East, and was reported as one of the longest in the world by former BBC.
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