Earning the Redwood City Planning Commission approval of an 8.3-acre development proposal came with strong critiques from commissioners who noted it meets the bare minimum in some areas despite being lauded for offering multiple community benefits. 

The development, being proposed by Greystar Real Estate Partners, would span land between El Camino Real and the streets of Maple, Cedar and Main with an additional property at Jefferson Avenue and El Camino Real. The proposal includes seven structures, six of which would be mixed-use retail, office and housing space and the seventh parcel would be an affordable housing development. 

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