Set Value (New/Sealed)

This chart represents the current new/sealed value of the set Flatiron Building, New York since December 2016. Very high accuracy
LEGO 21023 Flatiron Building, New York was a 471 piece Architecture set released in 2015. It features a detailed LEGO brick model of New York's Flatiron Building, originally known as the Fuller Building. The set includes architectural elements capturing the triangular design and intricate façade of the 20-story skyscraper.

It was retired in December 2016 with a lifespan of 19 months. The current value for a new and sealed Flatiron Building, New York is estimated at $95 with an average yearly gain of about 4% which is lower than other Landmark Series sets. On the secondary markets, the typical price range for the set MISB/NISB is between $89 and $109. On the open market, a used set will fetch in the range of between $59 and $76 depending on the condition.

For Sale (New/Sealed)

(US) *** Best US listing for Flatiron Building, New York ***
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$89.99
(DE) | LEGO Architecture 21023 | Flatiron Building | New York | NEU | mit DHL
$87.23
-8.4%
(US) Architecture Flatiron Building 21023! Lego Architecture! Lego 21023! Lego
$89.99
-5.5%
(US) Might have shelf wear
$89.99
-5.5%
(US) NISB. Excellent Condition.
$90.00
-5.5%
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$94.00
-1.3%
(US) May have some minimal shelf wear.
$94.95
-0.3%
(US) BrickLink store Divinity3d Bricklink
$95.00
-0.2%
(US) Brand new and sealed.
$97.50
+2.4%
(US) BrickLink store TAbricks
$99.00
+4.0%
(US) - small imperfection on front.
$99.00
+4.0%
(US) Box excellent
$99.90
+4.9%
(US) ***NEW*** LEGO ARCHITECTURE: Flatiron Building, New York (21023)
$99.99
+5.0%
(US) Architecture Flatiron Building 21023! Lego Architecture! Lego 21023! Lego
$99.99
+5.0%
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Sales Distribution (Last 90 Days)

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Sale Trends

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Build a detailed LEGO® brick model of the Flatiron Building, the most striking of New York’s earliest skyscrapers. Rising up from a triangular wedge of land between Broadway, Fifth Avenue and East 22nd Street, the ‘Fuller Building’ – as it was originally named – became one of the city’s tallest buildings at 20 stories on completion in 1902. A penthouse, built three years later, added an extra story. The locals’ nickname for the building was later officially adopted, and the ‘Flatiron Building’ has since been officially recognized as a National Historic Landmark.

This intricate model captures the limestone façade and elegant Beaux-Arts styling of architect Daniel Burnham’s masterpiece in LEGO brick. Interpretation of real-world architectural landmark, the Flatiron Building Features a nameplate Booklet included with details on the design, architecture and history of the building (English language only. Other languages available for download at LEGO.com/architecture)...
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