LEGO’s has revealed new Creator, City/Space, and Ninjago sets for Summer 2019, and now it is time for Architecture. We previously saw 21045 Trafalgar Square revealed on a Facebook set-signing event, but this is the first look we’ve gotten of 21046 Empire State Building. This will be the the iconic New York skyscraper’s third (and by far largest) outing in LEGO form following the simple 21002 Empire State Building and the more recent 21028 New York City skyline set.
The sets were revealed by Belgian retailer Toy Champ with an estimated release date sometime in late May. We can provide approximate prices by converting from Euro to USD.
Don’t miss the rest of the LEGO summer 2019 sets reveals, and be sure to check out the new Toy Story 4, Spider-Man, and The LEGO Movie 2 sets that just went sale a few days ago:
LEGO City Space
LEGO Friends Ocean
LEGO Harry Potter
LEGO Jurassic World
LEGO Star Wars
Click to get a closer look at the new LEGO Architecture sets coming this summer
Builder DeepShen has been toiling away for more than a year to create three incredibly accurate classic art deco skyscrapers out of LEGO bricks. All three are New York landmarks, with the American International Building, the Chrysler Building, and the Empire State Building bringing the amazing legacy of tall buildings to brick form, the last of which tops out at a staggering 6 feet, 3 inches. Together, they use a whopping 50,000 bricks.
DeepShen says that the American International Building is 1/192 scale, and stands 5 feet tall. Like the Empire State Building, it’s made from mostly tan bricks with dark grey roofs, while the building’s famous “snow-clad mountain” top is made of white.