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Cowork on Cherokee

Located on Cherokee Street, 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 informal lounge areas and conference room to dedicated desks and private offices.

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Lockable Bike Storage
Lockable Bike Storage
Work stress-free knowing that your bike is safe and sound in our facility.
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 $500/mo

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Pricing Varies

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Latest News All News

Q&A with Denise McCracken of D.B. McCracken Law, LLC

Occasionally, we’ll post up interviews with members of Nebula, giving the community a chance to better know folks that you may see in-and-around the space. Today, we trade notes with a member whose profession is part of a growing group of Nebula members – attorneys. In addition to learning about

Member Profile: Jake Lyonfields & Net Neutrality

Nebula member Jake Lyonfields is spearheading an effort to call attention to the Federal Communication Commission repeal of net neutrality. The effort includes a unique spin on the situation, as he’s contacting the owners and operators of St. Louis-area coworking spaces, asking them to sign onto a letter that would

Neighborhood Business Spotlight: Teatopia

One of the newest businesses to take root on Cherokee is teatopia, which is now operating in the slender storefront at 2619½ Cherokee. It was last home to The Little Dipper (since moved to The Fortune). The building enjoyed another tea house concept just prior to that business, with Smalls.

Upcoming Events

  • Stanley Kubrick Film Series

    6:00 PM   •   FREE

    Nebula commemorates the cinematic genius of Stanley Kubrick in the inaugural film screening – the first of eight to take place in 2018.

  • Reboot Yoga with Constance

    5:15 PM

    Energize yourself with All-Levels Yoga every first Wednesday of the month!

  • Free First Friday

    10:00 AM

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

  • Cherokee Street Business Association Meeting

    5:30 PM

    The monthly Cherokee Street Business Association meeting brings together over 50 independently owned and operated businesses.