NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — New York Governor Andrew Cuomo unveiled plans Sunday for a memorial honoring he victims lost in the Orlando Pulse Nightclub shooting, the LGBTQ community, and victims of intolerance.

The memorial features nine boulders with glass fragments designed to act as prisms reflecting rainbow patterns and will sit on the far west side of Greenwich Village along the Hudson River.

Governor Cuomo says the design by artist Anthony Goicolea complements the landscape and communicates a timeless message of inclusion.