With 7 to 2 vote, the San Diego City Council approved a controversial 23.6-acre mixed-use development proposed for Carmel Valley.
For 7 hours supporters and opponents debated before the San Diego City Council and city leaders deliberated on how to vote.
150 people spoke in favor and against the project which was passed with 2 crucial amendments.
The $750 million One Paseo development will encompass nearly 1.5 million square feet of floor space, including more than 600 units of multi- family housing, retail and offices south of Del Mar Heights Road, between El Camino Real and High Bluff Drive.
The project by Kilroy Realty would be composed of 10 buildings ranging from two to nine stories, and would include a cinema, landscaping and nearly 3,700 parking spaces.
City officials asked developers to provide a synchronized traffic light system to mitigate traffic concerns.