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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.
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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

Pikazo Moves to Schoolhouse

Pikazo is among the first businesses to move to the Schoolhouse, a complentary office complex to the nearby Nebula. Here, Amy VanDonsel, Program Manager of Pikazo, discusses both the history of that project, which had been headquartered at Nebula, and the company’s move to the former St. Matthew’s Schoolhouse, 3449

Member Profile: Sara Johnson

Sara Johnson, a Nebulite for about two years, recently won a contested race for Committeewoman of the City’s 9th Ward; she ran on a slate with Committeeman candidate Bryan Walsh and both are now set to serve in their new roles. Johnson lives nearby, in Benton Park West, with her

Member Profile: Ellie Balk

These days, Ellie Balk splits time between St. Louis and New York City, finding work and inspiration in both locales. “I built my career in New York and was there for 12 years,” she says. “Here, I’ve lived for almost two years; it’ll be two in October. The work is

Member Spotlight: Edward Domain

During the past half-decade, Edward Domain’s life has changed, dramatically and often. In 2012, he moved to St. Louis after winning an Arch Grant. In 2013, he was involved in a near-fatal taxi accident, one that saw eventually lock horns in a very public battle with the St. Louis Metro

Upcoming Events

  • Open (School)house

    5:00 PM   •   Free!

    We’re expanding! Over the course of the last six months we’ve been hard at work restoring the former St. Matthews Schoolhouse to become an extension of Nebula which is...

  • Strange Worlds: A Very Strange Print Exchange

    6:00 PM   •   Free!

    Science fiction themed print exchange show. Visitors will be able to see the prints and installation up close from 6-9pm on opening night. For the following 10 days visitors...

  • First Free Fridays

    10:00 AM   •   Free

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

  • Cherokee Street Business Association Meeting

    5:30 PM   •   Free!

    CSBA Meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 5:30pm. All business owners, residents, property owners, and anyone with an interest in Cherokee are welcome and...

  • Cherokee Street Thanksgiving

    6:00 PM   •   Free!

    Cherokee artists, makers, retailers, bakers, photographers, printers, gallery owners, Residents, musicians, politicians, anarchists, police, protestors, business owners and friends come together for the 4th annual Cherokee Street Thanksgiving. Potluck...