We report SMA 335 GHz continuum observations with angular resolution of ~0.3", together with VLA ammonia observations with ~1" resolution toward Cep A HW 2. We find that the flattened disk structure of the dust emission observed by Patel et al. is preserved at the 0.3" scale, showing an elongated structure of ~0.6" size (450 AU) peaking on HW 2. In addition, two ammonia cores are observed, one associated with a hot core previously reported and an elongated core with a double peak separated by ~1.3", with signs of heating at the inner edges of the gas facing HW 2. The double-peaked ammonia structure, as well as the double-peaked CH3CN structure reported previously (and proposed to be two independent hot cores), surround both the dust emission as well as the double-peaked SO2 disk structure found by Jiménez-Serra et al. All these results argue against the interpretation of the elongated dust-gas structure as due to a chance superposition of different cores; instead, they imply that it is physically related to the central massive object within a ``disk-protostar-jet '' system.