The San Diego County Board Supervisors approved some zoning changes that will allow the construction of three large housing developments in San Diego County, KUSI reports.
The projects – two in North County and one in the South Bay – are expected to provide around 4,000 homes to the region.
The supervisors voted 4-0 to make the changes to the county’s general plan to permit the three new developments, according to the report.
The board approved the development of 453 new homes in a part of unincorporated San Diego County, just west of Escondido. The project is called Harmony Grove Village South. The board also approved a project with 326 residential units called Valiano, located directly north of the Harmony Grove Village community.
A third project is a mixed-use development called Otay 250 with 3,158 residential units, 78,000 sq. ft. of commercial space and 765,000 sq. ft. of business technology buildings on a 253-acre site in Otay Mesa.