The 25th Street Collective is a collective in Northgate. It is also known as 25C. It is a collective that focuses on slow food and slow fashion. It was founded by Hiroko Kurihara. The space has a wine bar and studios for artisans to craft their creations, where artists can rent private or shared studio spaces ranging from $300 to $1,000 a month. The collective offers members discounted business services.
The collective also offers workshops and educational entertainment such as art openings. The space can also be rented by the public for private and public events. The collective is open during Art Murmur and on the first Saturday of the month they host Saturday Soiree, which features music, food, fashion and art from 1:00 PM until 6:00 PM.
They serve as the home to OaklandSewn, which is small company that makes sewn goods. Two Mile Wines offers wine tastings on Saturdays. Organizations and individuals who are members of the 25th Street Collective also includes: