Follow CBSPHILLY Facebook Twitter

BETHLEHEM, Pa. (CBS) – This is something Lego builders will appreciate.

READ MORE: Amber Alert Issued For 6-Year-Old Sahara Little After Car Stolen Outside Germantown Pizza Shop

Frank Tomaszewski, a CBS3 employee, who grew up in Bethlehem, created a Lego model of the Martin Tower, a now vacant 21-story skyscraper, with the help of his two children.

Tomaszewski used Google Earth and archived video online to create the blueprints for his version of the building. The 2-foot-tall, 15-inch wide creation included 4,000 Lego bricks and is complete with interior LED lights.

Credit: Frank Tomaszewski

READ MORE: North Philadelphia Community Welcomes Home 3-Year-Old Boy After Hit-And-Run That Also Killed Mother

Mainland High School Cancer Survivor Kicks Game-Winning Field Goal To Push Team To Playoffs

Martin Tower has been vacant for more than a decade and used to house the executive offices for Bethlehem Steel.

There has been a lot of controversy over what to do with the real building, but it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on June 28, 2010.

MORE NEWS: 3 People Shot Inside Bar In Philadelphia's Holmesburg Section, Police Say

Tomaszewski says the building took about four hours and a couple trips to the Lego store over the last three weeks to create.