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Bronxville Bricks Makes Building LEGO Sets A Snap


When we first heard about Bronxville Bricks, an online company that builds LEGO sets for your kids (so you don’t have to), we were skeptical. Are parents really that unwilling to play with their kids? 

But when we dug deeper, our tune changed. Bronxville Bricks was founded by Lee Huang and his 10-year-old son, Conner (above), in 2014, when Huang decided to teach Connor entrepreneurial skills while doing something he loves. Since then, Huang has taught his fifth-grade son how to build a website and successfully market the company’s services to potential clients. Bronxville Bricks takes the stress out of building LEGO sets by assembling products that otherwise might be left in the box to collect dust. 

Prices are based on the number of pieces required to build a set, from $20 to build a 250-piece set to $80 for a 1,000-piece set. Conner, as chief LEGO builder, has constructed elaborate pieces for clients. Here, we chart the complexity of some favorite Lego creations, which your kids could soon be playing with.

Ice Cream Machine:

344 pieces

Coast Guard:

449 pieces

Star Wars Old Republic Gun Ship:

1,175 pieces

Star Wars Death Star:

3.803 pieces


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