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Westgate Mall (San Jose)

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Westgate Mall (San Jose)

Westgate Center (or Westgate Shopping Center) is a 640,000 sq ft (59,000 m2) regional shopping center located in the West San Jose neighborhood of San Jose, California. The mall is located at the intersection of Saratoga Avenue and Campbell Avenue.


The current owners are Federal Realty Investment Trust, who also own Santana Row and Old Town Center in Los Gatos.


Facilities other than stores and restaurants include The Dance Zone, Gymboree, The Salon Professionals Academy, and Brow Arc. These are all top-of-the-line facilities that cater to every age group.

The Dance Zone

The Dance Zone has been a member of Westgate Shopping mall for 10 years as of 2014 and recently switched ownership in June 2014. Former owner, Chris Bajada founded the studio in 2004 with 9 students and has expanded it to over 200 students. This summer, Daniel Arizmendi took over ownership and is working hard to ensure the students of his studio are growing as dancers and as people, as well. (The Dance Zone is now Closed)


Stores at the mall include Ross Dress For Less, Nordstrom Rack, Target, Old Navy, Any Mountain

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