TODAY: NYC’s Skyline Lights Up in Support of All in NYC Campaign

NYC & Company in collaboration with New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) launched All In NYC, a revitalization campaign based on the strength of New York City, its ability to meet any challenge, and the resilience of its people. In dedication of the campaign, tonight buildings across the City will light up to show their dedication—to New York City and to the hard work and collective spirit it has taken to see it through these challenging times. And it’s a reminder of the city’s endless possibilities—of the breadth of experiences it offers for the people who live here and the businesses that operate here.

The Empire State Realty Trust is holding a lighting ceremony tonight at 6:00 PM to kick off the effort and additional buildings will begin lighting up at 7:00 PM (RSVP required as media attendance is limited due to social distancing constraints). Jean-Yves Ghazi, President of the Observatory; Charles Flateman, NYC & Company Board Chairman; Fred Dixon, NYC & Company President and CEO and City officials will provide remarks during the ceremony.

Additional buildings to begin lighting at 7:00 PM- 2:00 AM:

  • The Durst Organization:
    • One Bryant Park, One Five One West 42, OWTC, OWTC Podium
  • Related:
    • The Vessel and EDGE
  • Vornado: 
    • Bloomberg Tower
    • Penn District + Times Square Godzilla signage 
  • Tishman Speyer:
    • 30 Rockefeller Plaza
  • Brooklyn Army Terminal 
  • RXR: 
    • Hemsley Building + digital screen takeover
  • NYSE: 
    • ABC super sign advertising in Times Square + MSG 
  • MetLife: 
    • MetLife building
  • Himmel & Meringoff:
    • 1460 Broadway
  • Rudin Signage:
    • 3 Times Square