The city of San Jose's Planning and Building departments are currently working with the owners of businesses that burned down in a four-alarm fire at Cahalan Square back in June, 2016 to get rebuilding plans approved.  Out of approximately 20 businesses that were located at this strip mall, only a 7-11, a liquor store and a gas station are currently still there.  A pet grooming salon has relocated to another location. (Jacqueline Ramseyer/Staff Photographer)

Owners ready to rebuild Cahalan Square Shopping Center

A year after multiple businesses in the Cahalan Square Shopping Center were destroyed by an arson fire, plans to rebuild are rising through the ashes.

“We’re drawing up plans and just about to submit them,” said Baha Hariri, one of three owners of the Almaden Valley retail center.

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