This is the first quarter of the block which makes up Four Seasons Plaza. It is a development of social housing called Spring Heights, and is based around a spring-themed colours scheme of green headlight bricks for the windows, lime bricks for the walls, white floors and orange accents.
This video shows my complete collection of LEGO MIcropolis MOCs which I displayed at Discovery Bricks in Newcastle-upon-Tyne on 6th/7th October 2018. In total, it covers 29 full blocks, each of 10″ square.
It was a lovely show, and I will be uploading a video of the other exhibits in the near future.
Now the citizens of Micropolis don’t have to travel to another LEGO town to buy their fuel, as the Shell Corporation have just opened this new garage in the city. It also has a convenience store if they forget a pint of milk.
White’s Place is a swanky new office development for the heart of Downtown Micropolis. It is the tallest skyscraper the Planning Department have so far granted permission for. With its all-around windows it provides a light and airy working environment with panoramic views across the city. Who wouldn’t want to work there? Built with many PAB bricks, April ’18.
This lovely LEGO MIcropolis park consists of an ornamental Rose Garden, with central sculpture and Points-of-the-Compass tiles, a Hot house where exotic plants grow, a raised pond with fountain and more sculptures, and finally a wilderness area where the tiny citizens can explore between the trees and other plants.
As Micropolis grows, more and more visitors are flocking to the city. So the town planners commissioned this high rise hotel which sits in the downtown area. The Regent Hotel offers basic accommodation, but at sky-high prices. Oh dear!
Built April 2018, mostly from Pick A Brick wall pieces.