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The Main Tower is informally known as Avengers Tower, as it serves as the headquarters of the superhero team, the Avengers, similar to the Avengers Mansion. Currently, the main Stark Tower is located in Broadway, occupying the space where the Condé Nast Building is in the real world.
The Avengers Tower appears in Lego Marvel's Avengers as a landmark and serves a hub to explore inside. Stark Tower is also a landmark in The Incredible Hulk and can be destroyed. Within the game it is stated to be the second-tallest building on Manhattan, between Empire State Building and Chrysler Building. Boucher, Geoff (May 24, 2013). " 'Avengers' deconstructed: Helicarrier, Stark Tower design secrets". The Los Angeles Times . Retrieved May 26, 2013.Terrified for her discovery, Potts ran into Coulson and asked for S.H.I.E.L.D.'s assistance in stopping Stane, who tried to accelerate his plans of activating his armor. Stane found that his team of scientists could not create a miniature Arc Reactor to power the new suit, so he resolved to steal Stark's own reactor.
Lussier, Germain (March 14, 2014). "Exclusive: Tony Stark's Avengers Tower Debuts As Easter Egg In 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' ". /Film . Retrieved March 14, 2014.Running out of power and with Stane still trying to kill him, Stark instructed Pepper Potts to overload the full-sized Arc Reactor, creating a huge pillar of blue light over the sky of Los Angeles that electrocuted Stane inside his armor, and causing a huge explosion when falling over the reactor. Stark declared to the press that his company would no longer manufacture weapons after watching soldiers die with the weapons built to protect them with his own eyes. Stark went to Arc Reactor powering the Headquarters, and tried to propose this technology as a new field of investigation to Stane, realizing that he already knew about the Miniaturized arc reactor in his chest.  Duel of Los Angeles [ ]