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The Guardian Building model is currently 6.5 feet (2 meters) tall with 32 stories and I have 8 more stories to go. Then I will put a very tall spire on it so it is taller than the Comerica Tower (built by another MichLUG builder Scot Thompson)! Take a look at the Detroit skyscraper diagram on this very website (SSP).
My Detroit and Lego architecture photos: flickr/decojim/
so, speaking of trump tower rebuilds, i have been working on a trump tower chicago. however, it will be built under construction, since the completed model would be over 10 feet and my ceiling is only 8 feet...anyways, this model is similar to the trump tower built by sean kenney on display at the water tower place lego store in chicago, IL.
I have a slightly irrelevant question in regards to the aesthetics; I hope you don't mind me linking your picture. I really admire the extensive color palette you used on the mall facade and roof (sand red ). What is the color you used for the barrier wall between the mall corners and the omitted highrises shown here? I thought it was tan at first glance, but since the panels along the roof look more like tan, I'm guessing it's one of the light yellows...?