It’s one of the most famous buildings in the music industry, and it can be yours—in mini, brick form. LEGO is unveiling a brick model of the iconic Capitol Records Tower, according to a press release by Capitol Goods. The limited-edition, collectible set will feature more than 600 LEGO pieces, including rare bricks and a custom 3D printed piece of the telltale spire that rises from the roof of the famed building. Accessories include decals, stars for the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and much more.
The landmark Capitol building is more than worthy of earning a place in LEGO limited-edition history. Located at the intersection of Hollywood and Vine, the 13-story tower was designed by architect Welton Becket and made headlines when it opened in 1956 for its modern architecture, which includes a 90-foot aluminum spire that rises from the roof. The $2 million structure was also Hollywood’s first air-conditioned high-rise and the first height-limit office building built in Hollywood after World War II. More than fifty years later, the renowned tower was designated a Historical Landmark by the City of Los Angeles Cultural Heritage Commission.
And if only its walls could talk. Capitol Records is known for its roster of superstars—everyone from Frank Sinatra to the Beatles to Katy Perry has recorded inside the iconic studio. Last year, Avenged Sevenfold even performed live from the rooftop of the Capitol Records tower.
The nside of the building, which boasts three recording studios underneath the tower, has long been a bit of a mystery. According to CBS Los Angeles, the famous recording studio has only been open to the public for tours twice in six decades, including last year when the building was open to the public to celebrate 60 years of recording history. Capitol music legend Nat King Cole’s piano still remains on display in the famous building.
The LEGO Capitol Records set is priced at $200—a steal for LEGO and music enthusiasts—and it has an expected to ship date of June 2017. You can pre-order here.