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It's a pretty cool set.
The LEGO® Brand Store is a solid purchase, even at full price. As I am writing this, the set is a little hard to come by in Canada. I actually got mine from the States. But, if you can find one, I do recommend it. You get an excellent value both in terms of the cost per brick, and the amount of build time that you get out of it. There are many fun details, and overall, it looks pretty good. My complaints about it are mostly small, and mainly that I don't like the interchangeable wall elements.
This is one of my favourite Lego Brand stores of all times. It is possible to combine 2 of this set or more and you can build and shape your store the way you desire. It also gives you a good understanding of the basics in a modular building. The selection of pieces for this set is excellent. I purchased 4x this set but used only 2 for my Lego store, together from pieces of various other sets. Although it is not finished yet, I will share in the hopes that it may inspire some builders to do their own.
Being a fan of LEGO modularly designed houses, this set is no different to the other wonderful sets in the line. Even if you are not the biggest fan of houses, a LEGO branded store can be the centerpiece of any LEGO cities or collections. A very fun, different and detailed build, with a variety of Easter eggs makes this a fun and affordable set for all. The only thing that immediately stands out that could improve the set is the addition of a LEGO store employee minifigure, which a set of this type needs, however this reason alone does not deter from the allure of this set. As with the other LEGO store sets however it is a shame that this set is exclusive to flagship stores, but hopefully this set makes its way as a promotional set or appears in local stores in the future.
I always enjoy sets which depict aspects of the LEGO brand and 40305 LEGO Brand Store is another excellent example. Its two-storey design most closely resembles that found in 60097 City Square but this model is more detailed than its predecessor and looks more impressive on display in my opinion, not least because of its bright colour scheme. However, there is some room for improvement. A store employee should certainly have been included and the LEGO sets look more realistic when represented by 1x2 tiles rather than 1x2 bricks. Moreover, I would love to see an entirely accurate rendition of a LEGO store at some point in the future, although this is a fun set and I would certainly recommend adding it to your collection, especially if you already own 5001622 LEGO Store Employee.