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From owls to wages, Santana Row calls for tight coordination

By JENNIFER PITTMAN
Posted April 12, 2002
Silicon Valley / San Jose Business Journal

Before jackhammers ripped through a weathered San Jose strip mall to make way for Santana Row, one of the most ambitious upscale shopping center and instant cities under development in the country, somebody had to catch the three burrowing owls that lived in holes near the back of the property. (MORE)

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This entry was posted on April 12, 2002 by in Business, Real Estate.

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