The Kilroy Realty Corporation wants to put in mix-use shopping, commercial and residential area with open spaces, walkways, bike lanes and office space.
Some residents who live in the area said it's too much. They said it will ruin their quality of life by bringing more traffic and congestion to the area just off Del Mar Heights Road and El Camino Real.
"I don't mind One Paseo, but zoning says 510,000 square feet," said resident Dave Wolfson.
Wolfson said developers will exceed zoning limits by almost a million square feet.
While a large portion of the residents are opposed to the project, some do like it. Carol Klein has been living in the area since 1996 and she welcomes the changes.
"I am most definitely looking forward to being able to walk to a facility that will have retail, restaurants, entertainment that will benefit the residents," said Klein.
The San Diego City Council is expected to vote on the project by the end of the year. If approved, ground will be broken a few months thereafter.