Many of New York's most iconic structures have paid tribute to the victims of the tragic mass shooting at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando this week. And now, on the eve of Pride in NYC, one of the most famous buildings in NYC will be joining them.
In a rare occurrence, the Flatiron Building will be lit up for a cause for just the third time ever beginning tonight. A 60 by 120-foot projection of the Pride Flag will be projected on the Broadway side of the Flatiron from 8pm until Midnight tonight, tomorrow and Sunday. The best view of the projection, which was created as a collaboration between the Sorgente Group of America and Madison Green, will be from Madison Square Park at Broadway and 23rd Street.
The Flatiron has been lit up previously with the UN Women's logo for International Women's Day and in November following the attacks in Paris.