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Pedestrian-oriented streets and architecture in San Jose.

Santana Row's new urban mixed-use retail format creates a vibrant environment for pedestrians and supports community life.

Pedestrian-oriented streets and architecture in San Jose.

In San Jose, “Santana Row” is a large infill project that created a new town center by bringing together retail and housing within an urban format. Buildings come to the street and line streets with windows, entrances and activity. Streets provide generous sidewalks and pedestrian-supportive amenities. Photo credit: Matt Taecker.

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One Response to Pedestrian-oriented streets and architecture in San Jose.

  1. jim goring says:

    and.. its got oodles of parking hidden behind those pedestrian streets!

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