LOS ANGELES — As if the dot-com bust hasn’t been enough for San Jose, a fire erupted on Monday afternoon, consuming a "significant portion" of one building at Santana Row, the $500 million retail and housing complex that was supposed to help lift the Silicon Valley out of its economic doldrums.

Between 500 and 1,000 construction workers were rushing to put the finishing touches on the European-style urban mixed-use center at 400 South Winchester Boulevard. The first phase was set to open Sept. 19.

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