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How's North San Jose, in your opinion? : Just moved out to the Bay for a tech job on the Peninsula, and it seems like if I want an affordable 1-bedroom in a cozy area with a not-so-horrible commute then NSJ is my best bet. I'm a young mid-twenties guy and I hear NSJ isn't exactly "popping". But I'd actually rather live in a quiet suburb and just drive to all the fun stuff instead of living in a noisy area and feeling like I'm "on" 24/7, as I'm kind of an introvert. If it's safe, commutable, and
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