As part of its Architecture series, LEGO has given its signature brick treatment to New York City's famed Flatiron Building. The iconic 22-story structure was known as the Fuller Building when it was completed in 1902, located on the triangular wedge of land at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and Broadway. Now recognized as a National Historic Landmark, the building is recreated through 471 pieces that measure 6 inches high and 4 inches deep in assembled form. Included with the kit is the requisite instruction booklet, including six pages of historical information about the building and its architect, Daniel Burnham. Look for it to be available soon at your nearest LEGO retailer.