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is an upscale shopping, residential, dining and entertainment complex .
offers public transportation service throughout the city of San Jose.
is an authentic ethnic neighborhood and home to traditional Japanese style.
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San Pedro Square is the oldest district in the city of San Jose and is home to two national historic landmarks. The popular destination for nightlife and dining is located between Santa Clara Avenue and Saint John Street in San Jose, California, USA.
San Pedro Square is a centerpiece for downtown San Jose, where residents enjoy gathering for theatre events, festivals, Sharks hockey games and more. Dancing and club nightlife is common for those who enjoy music of all styles..
Santana Row is a prestigious community that offers a mix of high-end and mid-tier retail tenants, ranging from luxury brands like Gucci, Kate Spade, Salvatore Ferragamo, and Tourneau, to casual brands like Diesel, H&M, Ann Taylor LOFT, Anthropologie, Free People, and Urban Outfitters. Santana Row has earned two major collaborative design awards, the CELSOC Engineering Excellence Award in 2004, and Builder Magazine’s Project of the Year in 2003.
Located in close proximity to Westfield Valley Fair the residences at Santana Row include over five hundred homes. Over two hundred are privately owned condos and he remaining is rental townhomes and flats. Santana Row bars and restaurants close several hours earlier due to proximity to residences.
Restaurants range from local concepts like Left Bank Brasserie and sister restaurant LB Steak, Pizza Antica, and Blowfish, to chains like The Counter, Maggiano's Little Italy, Wahoo's Fish Taco, and Pinkberry.
Santana Row has been awarded and noted for the street’s European atmosphere that was achieved by employing a variety of architectural designs for the structures as well as sophisticated landscaping details. These details focused on the use of mature oak and palm trees, shaded grassy plazas, courtyards, and fountains, intimate public seating areas, extra-wide sidewalks and street medians. Santa Row also has multi-use destinations such as Park Valencia, which hosts live music, a farmer’s market, and other public gatherings.
Japantown San Jose is designated as one of the last three remaining historical Japantowns in the United States. Japan town is a unique neighborhood located north of Downtown San Jose.
Japantown was formed around the "Heinlenville" Chinatown settlement. The area is involved in capital improvement projects that engage the neighborhood with community discussion and planning for the future. New market rate housing has attracted new residents who love the neighborhood feel and walk-able community.
With multiple landmarks, Japantown is the site of the Japanese American Museum of San Jose, and San Jose Taiko. The area is also host to a variety of restaurants, professional services, community organizations (for example Yu-Ai Kai Senior Center, and the Japanese American Citizens League) and small retail shops. Japantown is also home to a number of non-Japanese businesses, including Mexican, Hawaiian, Ethiopian and Korean restaurants.