Jordan neighborhood (now: Nelson Mandela Boulevard) is an affluent and upper-class district in northern Tehran. Before the Iranian Revolution in 1979 it was called Jordan street, named after the American Presbyterian missionary Samuel M. Jordan and used to be the most popular avenue in Tehran, Iran.
Jordan Street is the most famous street in Tehran after Valiasr Avenue which is the longest street in Middle East, spanning a south-north axis. It is also famous for being one of the liveliest streets of Tehran. The tree-lined boulevard is connected to Valiasr Street via crossing streets branching from its west side while the east side leads to Modares Expressway. In addition, Jordan has good access to Mirdamad neighborhood, Elahieh neighborhood and Fereshteh street.
It is also the home of a lot of ambassador of countries and also many ministries are located there. There are many foreign offices are in Jordan, therefore many foreigners know this neighborhood very well. In this neighborhood you can find many chick and cozy cafes and restaurants where are suitable for your gathering and enjoying free time after a long day.