5 previously vacant storefronts 6 new retail shops 1 shipping container Introducing...the New Old Oakland!
831 Broadway Street
Manifesto Bicycles, founded in 2008, is a North Oakland community bike shop that specializes in bikes for urban riding. Owners, Sam Cunningham and MacKay Gibbs, highlight a selection of customizable bikes in this second location in Old Oakland. The shop offers an eclectic assortment of bicycle-related accessories and will feature works by local artists. Now Open! ManifestoBicycles
9th Street Alley way
Metalsmith Kate Ellen of kateellenmetals.com is opening her flagship jewelry store: Crown Nine. Crown Nine will house a curated collection of jewelry from local designers including Sarah Swell and Aiko Designs, a select group of local artisan and craft objects for body and home, and a place to receive attentive wedding and commitment jewelry consultations. Classes, workshops, trunk shows, and fundraisers will be an integral part of the mission—as well as giving back to service groups that represent the 9 points of the Crown: Love, Community, Compassion, Justice, Knowledge, Courage, Hope, Perseverance, and Artistic Expression. Crown Nine
461 9th Street
Cherished traditions, not trends. It’s simple ideas like this that are behind Marion & Rose’s Workshop. They believe in high craft, good design and fine art for everyone. The shop features a well-edited collection of objects, clothing, and uncommon home and personal accessories from small designers and artisans all over the world. The name Marion and Rose is a tribute to Kerri Johnson and Alissa Goss' grandmothers, who lived in a time when things were built to last. Marion & Rose’s Workshop is a place where people gather, ideas are exchanged, and traditions are born. Open for Plaid Friday on November 25th with the celebrated HolidayLand! Marion and Roses Workshop
469 9th Street
AND JOHN GENERAL GOODS features men and women's vintage clothing, jewelry, Art, stationary and hand-made reclaimed novelty items. Nicole
Buffett and Jake Bagshaw, both San Francisco native artists, bring a campy, fun, and playful aesthetic to their urban contemporary boutique. The shop showcases a 'DIY California lifestyle' aesthetic with gifts for the self, home and others. Piper and John General Goods
Sticks+Stones Gallery is owned and curated by Melisa Galvan and Jason DiBari. They seek out emerging artists expressing the zeitgeist of today. Join them as they unveil their newest talent the first Friday of every month with wine and music. Their doors are open Tues-Thurs 12pm-8pm, Friday & Saturday 11am-10pm.
Shipping Container, Parking Lot
MRCW design build is a creative design team motivated by aesthetic and driven by craft. A converted shipping container serve as the incubator for Turtle & Hare, a craftsmanship and design showroom and retail gallery. This modular approach to the popuphood concept supports those
who make exquisitely crafted, functional and beautiful objects. MRCW designbuild