When gravity makes the building lean too far, the Empire State Building slips from the skyline and crashes to the streets below. The Empire State Building is the tallest structure in New York and one of the city's most well known buildings. Although it has outlived most of New York City's newer skysrapers such as the MetLife Building, saturated soil among the Empire State Building's foundation pilings have allowed the building to lean.


Despite the damage and loss of life, the building was reopened a few days later and the damaged section was soon repaired. In media, the Empire State is famous for it's role in the movie King Kong, where the giant ape climbs up the building.






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