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Westfield Valley Fair
Location San Jose and Santa Clara, California USA
Address 2855 Stevens Creek Blvd San Jose, CA 95128 or 2855 Stevens Creek Blvd Santa Clara, CA 95050 408-248-4450
Opening date 1986
Developer The Hahn Company
Management Westfield Group
Owner Westfield Group
No. of stores and services 270+ [1]
No. of anchor tenants 5
Total retail floor area 1,475,600 sq ft (137,083 m²)[2]
Parking 7,600 [2]
No. of floors 2

Westfield Valley Fair, formerly known as Valley Fair and Westfield Shoppingtown Valley Fair is an upscale shopping mall owned by the Westfield Group, located at the corner of Winchester and Stevens Creek Boulevards, straddling the border of San Jose and Santa Clara, California, United States. From Nordstrom to Macy's women is in San Jose side, and Nordstrom to Macy's Men & Home is in Santa Clara side.

Westfield Valley Fair is one of the largest malls in Northern California, and has the highest-sale volume in the state with $809 per square foot. The shopping center consists of 203 stores, a seventeen-outlet food court, nine restaurants, and two department stores consisting of two-location of Macy's and Nordstrom.



Westfield Valley Fair has several retailers including Abercrombie & Fitch, abercrombie kids, Hollister Co., American Eagle, Aeropostale,XXI Forever, Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co., Banana Republic, Coach, Juicy Couture, Betsey Johnson, True Religion, Armani Exchange, Gap, Martin + Osa, Pottery Barn, Hugo Boss, bebe, BCBG Max Azria, Wet Seal, Sony Style, A|X Armani Exchange, Lacoste, Club Monaco, Kenneth Cole New York, Lucky Brand Jeans, Movado, Swarovski, Steve Madden, J.Crew, Guess, Puma, The Limited, New York & Company, Express, Victoria's Secret, William Rast, and Vans.


Westfield Valley Fair is unique in that it replaced two separate 1950s era shopping centers. The original Valley Fair Shopping Center, opened in 1956, was confined to the eastern side of the property in San Jose. It was developed and anchored by Macy's and included roughly 40 other stores in an outdoor plaza. At the western side was another outdoor shopping center, Stevens Creek Plaza in Santa Clara. It was anchored by The Emporium and I. Magnin. For that reason, the current mall contributes sales tax revenues to both the cities of San Jose and Santa Clara.

In 1986, both centers were acquired and merged into one two-level enclosed mall by The Hahn Company, creating one of the most successful shopping centers in the country, called simply "Valley Fair". Nordstrom joined later in 1987, with I. Magnin closing its store in 1992. The former Emporium store became a second Macy's location in 1996, housing Macy's Men's & Home Store.

In 1998, Westfield America, Inc., a predecessor of the Westfield Group and The Rouse Company acquired Valley Fair jointly from Hahn. Westfield bought out Rouse in 1999 and brought in an institutional investment partner to share its investment risk in this high-profile property. In 1998 the property was renamed "Westfield Shoppingtown Valley Fair". Nordstrom replaced its location in 2001 during the grand opening of a new $165,000,000, two-phase redevelopment. The former Nordstrom reopened as additional mall retail space in the second phase in 2002. The word Shoppingtown was dropped from the name in 2005.



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Coordinates: 37°19′30″N 121°56′33″W / 37.325095°N 121.942508°W / 37.325095; -121.942508



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