Santana Row

Santana Row derives its name from Frank M. Santana, who served on San Jose's planning commission in the 1950s, who is also the namesake for the area's Frank M. Santana Park. The 42-acre "village within a city" was developed as a luxury, mixed residential and shopping district between 2001-2002, for a cost of $450 million and was at the time regarded as "the most ambitious project of its kind in the United States". In 2010, it was called "an arguably successful mixed-use development".

Santana Row is a major shopping district in San Jose, with the Westfield Valley Fair and the Winchester Mystery House within walking distance. There are many houses and condos that surround this area of San Jose, all of which are considered considered when it comes to the business hours of the bars within the district, which close early so that the noise level isn't too loud for those with little children. The shops are a variety of high end, luxury chains to the more casual stores. Several restaurants are scattered between the shops, all of which are within walking distance to the neighborhood. 

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About the Neighborhood

There are community events
There's holiday spirit
It's walkable to grocery stores
It's walkable to restaurant
Easy commutes
Good transit
Streets are well-lit
It's dog friendly
Great nightlife
Great Shopping
Great Events
Plenty of Excitement
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