The City of Newark is looking to move forward with the development of the Affordable Newark Program.
A development is envisioned for three properties across the street from the Evergreen Cemetery in Hillside, Union County.
The projects include mixed-use developments that are planned for the corner of Market and Washington streets and the Paramount Theater site in Newark's downtown.
The Immigrants Memorial Monument by sculptor Camilo Satiro is in the Ironbound at the corner of Ferry Street and Edison Place.
The development on Clark Street in Newark would be five stories tall if approved and built.
Newly released site plans show what a proposed Downtown Newark project that would include an additional gallery for the Newark Museum of Art could look like if approved and completed.
A development consisting of two mixed-use buildings is being proposed adjacent to the Newark Museum of Art.
The controversial sale of the building to Paramount Assets last year pitted the Islamic Society of Essex County (ISEC) board of trustees against prayer goers.
New renderings illustrate the latest mixed-use development that could rise in Downtown Newark.
The old Second Reformed Dutch Church and Assembly of God Church building near Newark Penn Station has a new owner.