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Imagine a true urban village, a town-within-a-town where you recognize your neighbors, know your storekeepers, step under an arcade onto a via for a late night dinner, as the trickle of fountains surround you. You might think you're living in a village in southern France, Italy or Spain, when you're actually residing at San Jose's Santana Row, a one-of-a-kind neighborhood that blends a distinctive mix of living, shopping and dining experiences.Santana Row is a neighborhood of 42 acres, or roughly ten city blocks. This South Bay destination is located at the intersection of Stevens Creek and Winchester Boulevards. There are currently 514 residential town homes, lofts and villas, 70 retail shops and boutiques, 20 full service restaurants, nine spas and salons, CineArts movie theatre and boutique Hotel Valencia.
2008 BEST OF SILICON VALLEY Reader Survey Winner - First PlaceBest Nightlife VibeWhen the Ferraris start to rev their engines and the Coach store closes its doors, the night officially begins on Santana Row. With a variety of restaurant-turned-nightclub places to choose from, the overall crowd is somewhat eclectic, but the all fit the general swanky, uptown vibe.-- Metro, Silicon Valley's Weekly Newspaper, September 24, 2008
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