The Fisk Towers, also sometimes known as the Fisk Towers, is a skyscraper constructed by Fisk Industries and a front for the company's namesake owner Wilson Fisk (Kingpin)'s public ventures as well as both a base of operations for his criminal activities and his legitimate property, until it was destroyed by a reactive Reverbium. It is located at 439 West 38th Street (on the corner of West 38th Street and 5th Avenue), just north of the Empire State Building in New York City and a few blocks south east of the Bank of America tower.
Despite its inherently illegal activities and being damaged or destroyed numerous times in superhuman battles, the Fisk Towers put up a convincing ploy for Fisk to appear as any other legitimate business within Manhattan's Financial District while secretly using it for his crimes as the Kingpin.
Most recently, the Fisk Towers were damaged after a large battle involving Spider-Man, The Black Cat, and the current Hobgoblin Phil Urich. During this battle as the building crumbled under the Hobgoblin's sonic scream, Montana, the Kingpin's right-hand man, fell to his death.
Appearances in other mediaThe Fisk Tower was featured in the 2003 movie Daredevil. It is the property and base of operations for the corporation called "Fisk Corp" under the leadership of the Kingpin.
The Fisk Tower made an appearance in the videogame The Amazing Spider-Man 2.The building made a minor appearance under the name and ownership of the company "Wilson Fisk Industries" in the game Spider-Man: Web of Shadows.
- The building's first appeance was in Marvel Team-Up Annual #4.
- The Kingpin's another fortress resembled the Chrysler Building, and was called "Crime Central", but it blended into New York City as one of Manhattan's very tall buildings.