Coworking

Coworking desks, offices, and event space

Ask us about our coworking space.

Building Updates

Our coworking facility is temporarily closed for coworking and events due to Hurricane Ida repairs and renovations. We will be opening back up as soon as we can! If you are interested in a coworking membership or hosting an event, please contact us today through this form or by emailing Coworking Operations Manager Sean Kline (coworking@gopropeller.org), so we can get to know you and your space needs. As soon as we are open, you will be first on the list to know!

Our Community

We are a passionate community of entrepreneurs, freelancers, and professionals. At Propeller, we have built a space for people who care about New Orleans and get things done. Ask us about our available desks and offices.

Work Spaces

We have a variety of available spaces to rent, from single day visits to personal desks and private offices. Potential members can fill out our interest form, and we’ll get in touch.

Event Spaces

We are currently closed for events until our reopening Summer 2022.

Our spaces double as a multi-purpose event venue, from one-on-one meetings to events. Our spaces are open to the public, and discounts are included in all Propeller Coworking memberships.

Get In Touch

You can stop by for a visit or reach out to schedule a tour with our Coworking Operations Manager, Sean Kline, at coworking@gopropeller.org or (504) 338-8688. 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 Coworking members to reference our Equitable Event Guide for guidance on how to implement equitable and/or sustainable practices when hosting an event.

Our History

In January 2012, Propeller opened its Coworking 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, Propeller now owns and operates the 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.