At Domain Homes, we have built hundreds of new homes in Tampa Bay, including homes in Tampa (mainly South Tampa near MacDill Air Force Base), St. Petersburg, Pinellas Park, and Safety Harbor, but we have yet to attempt this feat. The Clearwater-based Greater Florida Lego Users club has built an awe-inspiring replica of downtown Tampa completely out of Legos. This takes the term Legoland or Lego City to a whole other level! The Downtown Tampa Display has been an ongoing project since 2005 and it features some of Tampa’s best known structures, such as City Hall and other downtown buildings. The attention to detail is very evident when you notice rooftop gardens, boats moored behind the Tampa Convention Center, and even satellite dishes and windsocks.
The Greater Florida Lego Users, founded in 2000, is made up of adult fans of Lego blocks who enjoy creating or re-creating to express their unique hobby, according to the organization’s website. Their elaborate displays have been showcased at various trade shows, conventions, festivals, and meetings at Disney World.
The Lego city skyline will be displayed through Sept. 27 in the Regions Bank building at 100 N. Tampa Street.
Maybe we should get some of our homeowners together who are Lego fans and build a replica of our new model complex. Any volunteers?
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