Coworking desks, offices, and event space
Ask us about Coworking Wednesdays and new work space openings.
At Propeller, we offer more than just a work space. We’re a passionate community of entrepreneurs, freelancers, and professionals. We’ve built a space for people who care about New Orleans and get things done. Ask us about our newly open desks and offices.
Every month, we are also opening our doors for Coworking Wednesdays, a new monthly event series featuring free coworking space from 9am–5pm and food from delicious local food vendors.
Our spaces double as a multi-purpose event venue, from one-on-one meetings to 150-person events. Our spaces are open to the public, and discounts are included in all Propeller Incubator memberships.
Get In Touch
You can stop by for a visit or reach out to schedule a tour with our Incubator Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or 504 556-2308. We’ll walk you through our workspace and event options and help you figure out which options are right for you.
Commitment to Equity
At Propeller, we are committed to supporting a diverse community of entrepreneurs that upholds equity and sustainability across all of our practices, from our programs to how we source our event vendors.
We encourage all Incubator members to reference our Equitable Event Guide for guidance on how to implement equitable and/or sustainable practices when hosting an event.
In January 2012, Propeller opened its Incubator building at 4035 Washington Avenue in partnership with Green Coast Enterprises, who developed the space. Once a tire and rim shop, the building served as an anchor in Green Coast’s project to revitalize the intersection of Washington and S. Broad. Today, in the culmination of a ten-year plan between Propeller and Green Coast, the nonprofit Propeller owns and operates its own building. Its neighbors have grown to include many Green Coast tenants such as a community health center, local bakery, craft beverage producers, the LGBT Community Center, and an innovative K-12 school. This activity has inspired follow up investments like the Bohn Ford Building.