"For the amount of pieces this set has, the $300 price is very worth the buy compared to other large sets from LEGO. It's basically a $100 value compared to buying the Death Star. Playabilty is excellent. There are a lot of characters to work with and a lot of things to make them do in this set. The entire building has a total of 9 rooms and interactive shops including the sushi bar up top. There are 15 minifigures including a little robot janitor and changeable outfits. The design is very wild and mixed but incredibly creative and interactive. It also can connect to other large buildings from the Creator series, so this is a great addition to your LEGO city, if you have one that is. By itself, kids and adult LEGO fans alike will adore it. In my full honest opinion, this is one of the best sets LEGO has released in a very long time. In fact, the entire Ninjago Movie line is absolutely superb, containing some of the best designs from LEGO. Buy this set. It's massive, heavily interactive, and features ingenious designs all-round."
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Stands at at about 2 ft. For a LEGO set, that's huge.