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December 22, 1997 | SYLVIA L. OLIANDE
The Atlanta-based Homestead Village hoteliers are hoping their plan for a 142-unit, extended-stay hotel will be just the right project for a site on Ventura Boulevard that has had a history of failed ventures. The site at the corner of Ventura and Alhama Drive has had many restaurant and nightclub incarnations since it first opened as a Coco's in 1967.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 22, 1997 | SYLVIA L. OLIANDE
The Atlanta-based Homestead Village hoteliers are hoping their plan for a 142-unit, extended-stay hotel will be just the right project for a site on Ventura Boulevard that has had a history of failed ventures. The site at the corner of Ventura and Alhama Drive has had many restaurant and nightclub incarnations since it first opened as a Coco's in 1967.
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April 10, 1997 | ANGELA STEPHENS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES; Angela Stephens is a freelance writer based in Cupertino
Boosted by its booming high-tech industry, the Silicon Valley--and San Jose in particular--has become one of California's hottest hotel markets, and developers are beginning to cash in on the momentum. After suffering in the nationwide hotel industry slump in the early 1990s, San Jose has recovered strongly. Local hotels are bustling with weekday business travelers.
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