Taking a look at @Dustin William's shots here it looks like the office lights are installed and on. There are likely additional construction lights though.The lighting inside the building is still construction lighting and not indicative of lighting during occupancy, right?
Office workers please turn off your lights so we can see the diamonds lit up
That's pretty typical of office towers, even outside of COVID times. Lights are usually left on 24/7 for a number of reasons - some people in the office work later into the evening, overnight cleaning staff and security sometimes need them on, regulations require some areas along an emergency evacuation pathway be lit at all times, and sometimes people just don't care to turn them off. Some office buildings, depending on how old they are, don't even have operable lights - they're just on all the time.Not to derail the thread but there are a lot of lights on in the office towers. Arent people working from home? All the lights on and no one there?
In fact unconfirmed reports suggest one of Elon Musk's satellites was able to photograph the crown from outer spaceyeah this building is starting to look so bad ass you could totally get away with calling it the Imperial Space Palace