The New York Public Library's main branch will be getting drenched in pretty, shiny new lighting next year, for its 100th anniversary. According to the NY Post, the dramatic outdoor lights will bathe the landmark in a white glow, and NYPL president Paul LeClerc told the paper, "The goal is to make it look like the buildings in Paris that are illuminated. We want to make the building a destination stop in New York at night." The lighting scheme cost $3MM (it was paid for privately) and will include 48 large floodlights and 22-foot-high light poles surrounding the building. Expect full illumination to be in effect by next May—and let's hope the unveiling includes a cameo by the Ghostbusters.