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Roosevelt Tower, nicknamed the 'The Ivory Tower', is a governmental building in Washington D.C. It is the headquarters of the US Department of Magical Affairs and is located on Theodore Roosevelt Island in the middle of the Potomac River.  


Roosevelt Tower was built sometime in the late 1950s, with construction completing in 1965. It is named in honor of both Theodore Roosevelt, who was the first magically-gifted President of the United States, and Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who was the second.

Location and FeaturesEdit

Roosevelt tower is located on Theodore Roosevelt Island. The white stone (giving its nickname) facility is 50 stories tall, and occupies most of the island, consisting of one main tower and spread out ground facilities. Large banks of windows are set into the building's facades, to create the impression of transparency. Much of the island's former grounds are intact, consisting of a large park at the base of the building.