Personal Services in Downtown San Jose

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We turn houses into model homes to fetch the highest sales price when you sell your home. Whether you have a vacant home that requires complete staging or just need a few additional pieces of furniture and decorations, we're here to make your home look the best it possibly can when you put it on the market to sell.

530 N 8th St
San Jose,
CA
US

At The Heel Bar, professional cobblers can repair a variety of leather goods include shoes, belts, and purses. The team wields more than 30 years of experience in everything from custom designing cowboy boots to repairing leather dress shoes. While customers wait on their orders, they can check out the shop's leather maintenance products and imagine pouring syrup on the black-white checkered floor.

134 E Santa Clara St
San Jose,
CA
US

A child holds cotton candy in one hand and a balloon in the other, wandering around a fair. The crowd parts, and the child sees a photo booth, so they run toward it?eager to pose for a keepsake of the day. This is the feeling the creators of Vizid Booth aim to recreate with their photo-booth services. As kids, grown-ups, or coworkers mingle at any type of event, they can pop in to booths that marry a popular pastime with modern touches. A preview screen lets subjects perfect their smiles and be sure they?re not among vampires, and loads of props encourage guests to create sillier scenes. Three service packages range from basic booth setup and takedown with unlimited printouts to platinum service with video messages and DVD slideshows of the event?s photos.

66 West Santa Clara Street
San Jose,
CA
US

• For $20, you get five one-day passes (a $100 value). • For $89, you get a one-month membership and keycard (a $265 value).

97 S 2nd St
San Jose,
CA
US

Private business, social and dining club with over 1,500 business professional members that belong to strengthen relations and build connections.

50 W San Fernando St
San Jose,
CA
US

Quartet San Francisco is a vibrantly nontraditional ensemble, and will play two pieces that celebrate the welcome inspirations of jazz, tango, and spring, all within glorious acoustic and architectural environs. San Jose Chamber Orchestra’s venerable conductor Barbara Day Turner, known for her innovative programming, wields the baton as the bestringed foursome delivers Anica Galindo’s "Trinitas III" and Henry Mollicone’s "Fantasía Para Cuerdas." Violin co-conspirators Jeremy Cohen and Alisa Rose, viola repeat offender Keith Lawrence, and stealthy cellist Gianna Abondolo are deft crossover artists as well as Grammy nominees, having played in a multiplicity of genres and performed in strikingly diverse venues around the country.

75 N 13th St
San Jose,
CA
US