DeKorte Park is home to the World Trade Center Memorial Cove, next to the NJMC Administration Building and facing a Manhattan skyline that once prominently featured the Twin Towers.
(Photo at right is from the NJMC archives.)
The memorial features two wooden piers suggesting the fallen towers. Each pier is composed of 110 boards, each symbolizing a floor of the buildings.
Nearby, a steel silhouette of the pre-9/11 skyline recalls the view before the attacks.
A plaque with the follwoing quote accompanies the memorial:
"In the night of death, hope sees a star, and listening love can hear the rustle of a wing." — Robert Ingersoll.
Click "Continue reading …" to see a time-lapse photo of the Memorial Cove at night, featured on the NJMC 2009 40th anniversary calendar.