The Empire State Building lights shine red tonight to honor Red Nose Day in partnership with Comic Relief

The Empire State Building lights shine red tonight to honor Red Nose Day in partnership with Comic Relief

New York City, you're too good to me. You stay with me while my feet keep moving...

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New York City, you're too good to me. You stay with me while my feet keep moving...

Chrysler Building, 1930, 319 m. Astrogeographical position in the earth sign Capricorn the sign of stability together with the water sign Pisces for radius/field level 3.

Chrysler Building, 1930, 319 m. Astrogeographical position in the earth sign Capricorn the sign of stability together with the water sign Pisces for radius/field level 3.

Pennsylvania Station, 370 Seventh Avenue, West Thirty-first, Thirty-first-Thirty-third Streets, New York, New York, NY. Cervin Robinson, Photographer April 24, 1962. Other Title: Penn Station #affordableart #photography
Related Names: Charles Follen McKim, William Rutherford Mead, Stanford White. Photo 5 x 7 in.
Building/structure dates: 1903 initial construction
Building/structure dates: 1963 demolished

Pennsylvania Station, 370 Seventh Avenue, West Thirty-first, Thirty-first-Thirty-third Streets, New York, New York, NY. Cervin Robinson, Photographer April 24, 1962. Other Title: Penn Station #affordableart #photography Related Names: Charles Follen McKim, William Rutherford Mead, Stanford White. Photo 5 x 7 in. Building/structure dates: 1903 initial construction Building/structure dates: 1963 demolished

May The Whitney Museum takes a paintbrush to the Empire State Building’s lights to celebrate the opening of the new Whitney Museum.

Empire State Building in darkness tonight in respect for #Paris http://www.esbnyc.com/explore/tower-lights

Empire State Building in darkness tonight in respect for #Paris http://www.esbnyc.com/explore/tower-lights

November 30, 2015: The Empire State Building honors World AIDS Day by beaming in red in partnership with the New York City Council. World AIDS Day is an opportunity for people around the globe to unite against HIV and honor those who have lost their lives.

November 30, 2015: The Empire State Building honors World AIDS Day by beaming in red in partnership with the New York City Council. World AIDS Day is an opportunity for people around the globe to unite against HIV and honor those who have lost their lives.

Visitor tip: If you’re ever lost in NYC, look up! Even locals often use the Empire State Building as a visual cue to help navigate through the city. Photo by Aaron H.

Visitor tip: If you’re ever lost in NYC, look up! Even locals often use the Empire State Building as a visual cue to help navigate through the city. Photo by Aaron H.

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