The Piraeus Tower has been revitalized, becoming "green," bright, and modern, breathing new life into the port.

At the inauguration ceremony held on Tuesday, June 4, 2024, in the presence of Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, ministers, members of parliament, representatives of the business community, and the media attended. The event was hosted by Adriana Paraskevopoulou, journalist and head of the news programs at ERT.

The completion of the Piraeus Tower took almost 50 years of waiting and 4 years of work, during which hundreds of professionals, united in the common goal of reviving a legend, coordinated like a well-tuned orchestra. Vision, fresh ideas, harmony, and planning were the unique ingredients of the successful recipe. In honor of these people, a photography exhibition with portraits was created on the 3rd floor of the building, where the inauguration ceremony took place. The exhibition, titled “People of Piraeus Tower,” showcased some of the individuals whose contributions revived a landmark, a symbol of modern Greece’s skyline. Τhe exhibition, titled People of Piraeus Tower, showcased some of the

The colors of the sky and the sea, the two elements surrounding the Tower, dominated the event, and a blue ribbon stretched from the entrance to the stage. Following the speeches by the Mayor of Piraeus, the CEO of Piraeus Tower S.A., and the Prime Minister, the ribbon was cut, culminating in a 45-minute musical and light show.

The “Athens Philharmonia Orchestra,” consisting of 30 musicians under the direction of Nikolaos Maliaras, performed the musical piece “Waltz of the Pine Needle” by composer Alexandros Drakos Ktistakis, created especially for this evening. Simultaneously, 360 drones flew over the port of Piraeus, forming flocks of seagulls and sea waves, ultimately shaping the logo of Piraeus Tower. Subsequently, laser beams and lighting heads connected the Tower to various points of the port, while 600 fireworks placed on the roof of the building lit up the sky, offering a unique spectacle.