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Glowing in all purple tonight our tower lights are honoring the @alzassociations third annual Brain Ball an event that brings together influential business political and civic leaders to drive the fight against Alzheimers disease. [TBD trending hashtag] #EmpireStateBuilding by empirestatebldg

Glowing in all purple tonight our tower lights are honoring the @alzassociations third annual Brain Ball an event that brings together influential business political and civic leaders to drive the fight against Alzheimers disease. [TBD trending hashtag] #EmpireStateBuilding by empirestatebldg

December 6, 2015: The Empire State Building congratulates the New York Jets on their win over hometown rivals the New York Giants with lights in green and white for one hour.

December The Empire State Building congratulates the New York Jets on their win over hometown rivals the New York Giants with lights in green and white for one hour.

8/14/2017: Split Yankees & Mets lights for the MLB Subway Series games tonight & tomorrow.

8/14/2017: Split Yankees & Mets lights for the MLB Subway Series games tonight & tomorrow.

5/17/2017: Blue & white for Columbia’s 263rd Commencement.

Blue & white for Columbia’s Commencement.

August 8, 2015: The Empire State Building honors the 25th annual Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival in New York, an annual celebration of the fifth moon in the lunar calendar, with tower lights in white, red and green.

August The Empire State Building honors the annual Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival in New York, an annual celebration of the fifth moon in the lunar calendar, with tower lights in white, red and green.

One of the modern world wonders, the Empire State Building was the tallest building of the world from 1931 to 1972 and its name comes from the nickname of the State of New York. One of the most shocking views of the city comes from the top of this great structure.

One of the modern world wonders, the Empire State Building was the tallest building of the world from 1931 to 1972 and its name comes from the nickname of the State of New York. One of the most shocking views of the city comes from the top of this great structure.

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