The project is set to include retail space, a plaza and office space for both the city of College Park and the University of Maryland.
The project is set to be completed in August 2021.
The council passed two ordinances related to the project 7-1 on Tuesday.
City officials anticipate moving in August 2021.
Hair Cuttery and Shanghai Cafe are also set to be demolished.
The projected price increased after designs were completed.
The Diamondback profiled everyone running and outlined voting history for those with council experience.
Earlier this month, the market announced it would be wrapping up a month ahead of schedule.
The feature could cost between $200,000 and $700,000.
College Park needs more equitable development, not private developers.