After three revisions, Icon Co.’s $150 million mixed-use project in Panorama City has been approved by the Los Angeles City Planning Commission.

The Real Deal reports that Beverly Hills-headquartered Icon, led by principal Billy Ruvelson, has been rewarded for its redesigns with a higher unit count as the complex’s multifamily component, which recently presented 422 apartments, now totals 675 units.

This will be in addition to 60,000 square feet of retail space, a 17,500-square-foot outdoor plaza, and a six-story parking structure.

According to CoStar Group, Icon purchased the 9-acre property, located at 14651-14697 Roscoe Blvd. for $18 million, or $147 per square foot, from Lubert-Adler Partners LP of Philadelphia in January 2016. The Pennsylvanian entity had bought the real estate from Kmart a decade earlier for just over $17 million.

Icon’s original vision for the development saw 350 apartments and 250,000 square feet of commercial space and a 2020 completion date.

The commission signed off on the project, which is being designed by architecture firm Hochhauser Blatter, with additional changes such as a 10 percent reduction in residential open space, an ungated landscaped plaza and greywater systems, and unbundled residential parking, according to the Department of City Planning.