Six things we want to see in the rumoured LEGO Marvel 76269 Avengers Tower 

The rumoured LEGO Marvel 76269 Avengers Tower has potential, so here are a few things we’d love to see in a colossal Avengers Tower build. 

According to 1414falconfan (via Reddit user FluffySky6), a massive model of Avengers Tower is coming in November for $524.99 and 5,261 bricks. Suffice it to say, that’s a huge number of pieces provided this rumour is accurate. 

While the existence of such a set has yet to be confirmed, there’s a fair amount of potential in another huge LEGO Marvel build and we’ve thought of a few features that need to be included.  

6 – Modular compatibility 

We’d love to see the rumoured 76269 Avengers Tower displayed next to 76178 Daily Bugle and 76218 Sanctum Sanctorum as well as the official entries in the Modular Buildings Collection. However, the height may be more in line with 76178 Daily Bugle judging by the Marvel Cinematic Universe. 


5 – A landing pad 

76178 Daily Bugle is based on Marvel Comics but 76218 Sanctum Sanctorum is based on the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Provided the reported set is similar to the latter, it could incorporate the landing pad for aircraft from Avengers: Age of Ultron, or at least the Iron Man landing pad from the first Avengers film. 

4 – Glowing bricks 

Whether through glow-in-the-dark elements or light bricks, we’d like to see the Avengers logo usually prominently displayed on the side of the tower light up in the dark for a more impressive display. 

3 – Non-hero rooms 

Some of the best parts of 76038 Attack on Avengers Tower and 76166 Avengers Tower Battle were the rooms not designed to be a training centre or armoury, but a place for the heroes to relax. In what is rumoured to be a bigger build, we’d like to see this concept expanded to bedrooms and other living spaces. 

2 – Non-hero minifigures 

76178 Daily Bugle included plenty of superhero and villain minifigures, as well as an array of reporters. The rumoured 76269 Avengers Tower could draw from this idea and debut less-important characters as minifigures from either the comics or the MCU. 

1 – The base of the tower 

In some comic runs and the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Avengers Tower sits on top of the MetLife Building. While a LEGO set doesn’t need to reference the company, the combination of architecture offers an interesting opportunity for the designers, provided 76269 Avengers Tower is more than just a rumour. At the time of writing, only 40334 Avengers Tower has incorporated this design. 

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