Even at one-hundred-two floors high, the tallest building in New York City isn't above colour love. With the tiered floors near its top, the flat sides are a perfect showcase for its brilliantly colour (yet energy efficient) lights that are changed to coincide with current happenings, holidays, and events.
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Typical holiday colours, like red and green for Christmas, blue and gold for Hannukah, purple and yellow for Easter, and orange for Halloween, have graced this landmark build that almost anyone you know will recognise.
The building itself was built in competition with the same architect that built the Chrysler Building, some eight streets uptown.
The lighting schedule is updated constantly, so tourists and New Yorkers alike can know what the colours signify and when they'll be showing.
Are there any buildings near you that change their lights or colour-cycle?
Would you have any representive colour suggestions for the Empire State Building?
Have you seen New York City?
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