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Home Depot
1177 Great Mall Dr, Milpitas, CA 95035
Home Depot employees' orange aprons have long been a sign of handiness. At the Milpitas store, the pros in the orangeMore aprons can help do-it-yourselfers with everything from lighting and plumbing to lumber and sod. Home Depot can also connect customers with a licensed installer. The early opening hours and parking lot of pickup trucks attests to the store's credibility with contractors.
Season's MarketPlace at Landess
1535 Landess Ave, Milpitas, CA 95035
Season's Marketplace is a shopping center located across the street from Target on Landess Avenue, just off the I-680.More The shopping center, which opened in 2010, was a former Home Depot. Today it houses many restaurants, including a Seafood City supermarket, among retail and services catering to Filipino customers. In October, the President of the Philippines visited the center during a trip to the Bay Area.
Great Mall/Main Street Station
Great Mall Pkwy & S Main St, Milpitas, CA 95035

Need to get some shopping done? Going to check out the latest movie? Hate using all of your precious gas fighting forMore that last parking spot? No problem. Just hop on the VTA Light Rail and ride it to the Great Mall/Main Street Station.

Once you arrive, you need only take a few steps before hitting The Great Mall, Century 21 theatres and several dining options, including Fresh Choice and Outback Steakhouse. A few more steps will lead you to the Parc Metropolitan Parks, Home Depot, Dave & Buster's and Lunar Golf. If you decide this isn't the stop for you, feel free to catch one of the ten buses that meet at this station.

The Great Mall/Main St Station serves as a transit center between the Alum Rock-Santa Teresa lines and several buses that will take you throughout the bay area.  The bus routes available for transfer include, 33, 46, 47, 66, 70, 71, 77, 180, 217, 321. You can even catch an express bus to the Fremont Bart for $4.

Tickets prices vary depending on usage. A single ride adult ticket (good for two hours) is $2, while a youth is $1.75. And if you need more time, a day pass is $5 for adults and $4 for youth. With easy to use self ticketing stations and route maps, this elevated light rail station is a great way to travel with ease. 

 

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