San Diego City Council approves 1,800-unit housing project

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The San Diego City Council approved subdivision and construction on a 413-acre housing development in the Mira Mesa neighborhood.

The 3Roots project, at 10207 Camino Santa Fe, will feature 1,800 residential units including 180 affordable housing units, a 40-acre mixed-use urban area and a 1.5-acre “mobility hub” for transit. It will also include a 23-acre community park with sports fields and passive open areas. The plan reserves 1.25 acres of that park space for a possible public recreation center, reports Times of San Diego.

A planned central hub will include commercial retail, office space, restaurants and high density multi-family dwellings —including three to five story apartments and townhomes.

The council voted 9-0 to approve multiple items to allow the project to proceed — including an environmental impact report, a rezoning and modification of development fees to compensate for a community park.

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