|Alternative names||in early years: Grattacielo di Milano|
|Architectural style||International Style|
|Location||Piazza della Repubblica
|Roof||117 m (384 ft)|
|Design and construction|
Torre Breda (English: Breda Tower) is a 30-storey, 117 m (384 ft) skyscraper in Milan, Italy. The tower was built in 1954 on a design by architect Luigi Mattioni. The eight floors of the lower body are devoted exclusively to offices, while the rest of the building houses residential apartments. The building is currently under restyling.
Torre Breda was the highest building in Italy when constructed, until 1960 when the 127 m (417 ft) Pirelli Tower was completed. It is now the fifth tallest building in Milan and the 13th in Italy.