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Downtown San Jose - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (671 words)
The region is bound to the north by Highway 101 and to the east by Coyote Creek.
Downtown San Jose is noted for its lack of buildings exceeding 15 stories in height, due to its location near Mineta San Jose International Airport.
Downtown is also the hub of the VTA's light rail system, and the home of the main campus of San Jose State University.
DeadlineNews.Com -- Living In Downtown San Jose 6/30/01 (1594 words)
Also downtown San José residents, Farrell Podgorsek and her husband Ken, president of the Campus Community Association, always wanted a home with the character they found in a 1908 Naglee Park Craftsman.
San José's downtown is roughly the area bounded by Julian Street to the north, Interstate 280 to the south, Fourth Street to the east and Highway 87 to the West.
San José is in the final decades of a multi-billion dollar redevelopment effort and downtown is the centerpiece.
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