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A concentration of ethnic and racial minority groups in Downtown San Jose led to today’s inclusive, vibrant multi-cultural vibe. A “melting pot” of cultures grew out of an African-American community and a Chinatown that is now Japantown. Today, Downtown San Jose is unique in having a "small town" feel in the middle of a huge population.
Downtown San Jose includes many 19th century buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Though the 1906 San Francisco earthquake caused widespread destruction, a number of neighborhoods still retain original, pre-1906 housing stock. Downtown San Jose's early 20th century housing is as diverse as its population. You’ll see smaller Victorian homes, a few fairly large gingerbread or Italianate-style Victorians, Craftsman, Mission and California Bungalow architecture.
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