The Los Angeles County Regional Planning Commission voted to recommend to the Board of Supervisors the approval of a massive residential and commercial project at Tejon Ranch.

The commission voted 4-1 for its recommendation about the Centennial Specific Plan that includes 19,333 homes and 10.1 million square feet of commercial space at the northern tip of L.A. County near Lebec.

The plan is one of three proposed housing communities by Tejon Ranch Co. that would potentially entail nearly 35,000 residential units and more than 15 million square feet of commercial space across its properties. The other two are in Kern County.

In December 2016, the Kern County Board of Supervisors approved the Grapevine at Tejon Ranch project that will include 12,000 residential units and 5.1 million square feet of commercial space.

Tejon Ranch owns the largest privately-held land mass in California at 270,000 acres located 60 miles north of Los Angeles and 30 miles south of Bakersfield. It has developed warehouses, an outlet mall and truck stops on its land. It also has 6,000 acres under cultivation raising pistachios, almonds, alfalfa and grapes.