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Cowork on Cherokee

Located in the heart of the Cherokee Street creative district, Nebula opened in 2010 as the first coworking space in St. Louis, providing workspace for independent contractors, small businesses, non-profits, and creative professionals looking for a place to build, create, develop, and collaborate.

With over 25,000 square feet of space, we offer a variety of work environments ranging from an informal lounge area or conference room to dedicated desks and private offices.

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Bike Sharing
Bike Sharing
Grab a bike and go. We have two loaner bikes in the lobby for member use.
Mail Service
Mail Service
Reliable and secure mail service, professional address, and free notifications via email.
24/7 Access
24/7 Access
Secure key-card access on all exterior doors. Nebula works around your schedule.
Free Coffee + vending machines stocked with lots of local options.
Off-Street Parking
Off-Street Parking
Over 70 spots available FREE exclusively for Nebula Members
Lockable Storage
Lockable Storage
Secure storage options for drop-in members
Fiber Internet
Fiber Internet
The first coworking space with the reliability, high speed and low latency of fiber.
Copy Center
Copy Center
Full featured scanner, printer, copy, and fax capabilities with free printing for members each month.
Mail Service


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Dedicated Desk


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Office / Studio

Starting at $350/mo

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Pricing Varies

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Latest News All News

Get to Know: Tommy Halloran

Going foward, we’ll highlight quite a number of Nebula members in this space, but today we’ll sing the praises of Tommy Halloran, a musician of considerable talent and a very active gig schedule. This week, Nebula’s Third Friday Happy Hour will be held from 5-7 p.m., featuring the songs-and-skills of

Q/A with Mic Boshans, Owner of Foam Coffee & Beer

What’s the short version of Foam’s history, including any twists-and-turns in programming and menu? Foam was opened by Mike Glodeck on October 30th, 2009. I started working there as a barista and bar tender later that year. I quickly took over booking and promotions because DIY music is where my

St. Louis Blues Society Finds A New Home at Nebula

Recently, with the release of the latest edition of the St. Louis Blues Society’s “BluesLetter,” Mary Kaye Tonnies and Jeremy Segel-Moss sat in their new basement office at Nebula. Together, they folded hundreds of the issue’s copies for mailing. About 300 members get the informative newsletter sent to them, and

Upcoming Events

  • Nebula Chess Night

    6:00 PM

    Nebula is getting in the game… the chess game. Every last Tuesday of the month, grab your board and join us in the Big Room for a two hour...

  • First Free Fridays

    10:00 AM   •   Free

    Free coworking for the day! Start the month off with coffee, bagels and productivity.