The General Motors Renaissance Center has sat as an iconic building among the Detroit skyline for many years and, subsequently, has been flipping the bird to Windsor, Canada for just as long.
Detroit locals love it, too, having voted the building the most favorite landmark. And said voting process led to LEGOLAND Discovery Center Michigan to unveil its latest masterpiece. The GM RenCen was unveiled in LEGO form at a preview day for the 2016 North American International Auto Show, where it measured in at six-feet wide and stood six-feet tall.
“As an iconic symbol of Detroit’s history of innovation in the automobile industry, we are honored to debut our LEGO model of the GM RenCen at the Motor City’s preeminent event of the year,” said Hayley Anderson, general manager for LEGOLAND Discovery Center Michigan. “Being included in the North American International Auto Show is a unique and exciting opportunity that will allow us to share our model with the community and region.”
The LEGOLAND facility will be a massive indoor attraction featuring millions of LEGO bricks and themed exhibits including a 4D cinema, two interactive rides, large soft play areas and more.