HOLLYWOOD (CBSLA.com) — The Los Angeles City Council’s Planning Commission unanimously approved a development deal that would build two new sky scrapers in Hollywood.

The commission approved the project Thursday night that would allow New York-based developer Millennium Partners to build two 55-story towers next to the Capitol Records building.

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The development would contain 500 apartments, 200 hotel rooms, offices and retail options.

So far, residents have conflicting opinions.

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“I wouldn’t find it aesthetically displeasing to have a tall building in Hollywood,” one man told KNX 1070.

“For some reason I don’t like it. I like Capitol Records to be Capitol Records and be the star of the show,” a woman said.

Despite the commission’s approval, city council members Tom LaBonge and Eric Garcetti oppose the project, saying it’s too big and would overwhelm the surrounding neighborhood.

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The project next goes to a vote before the entire LA City Council.