7 of the Best Coworking Spaces in New Orleans

by Paul Joseph  |  Published February 29, 2024

It may be best known for its iconic Mardi Gras, but New Orleans also has a thriving community of freelancers and self-starters for whom coworkjing spaces represent the perfect office solution.

(Photo: The Warehouse)

New Orleans’ coworking venues are dotted across the city, with many of them situated within easy reach of its main sights and attractions, offering workers plenty of opportunity for post-office fun and adventure. If you’d like to find a New Orleans coworking space where you can work productively in a welcoming and collaborative environment, we’ve picked out 7 of the best that the city has to offer.

The Warehouse

Not to be confused with the city’s legendary music venue  of the sane mane that closed in the 1980s, The Warehouse instead offers the dulcet tones of eager workers beavering away at their desks. But it’s not all heads down over clattering keyboards at this coworking venue in New Orleans’ Bywater neighbourhood – it’s also a gathering place for like-minded professionals to share ideas and grow their careers. On-site amenities include conference rooms, private phone booths, printing/copying, a full kitchen, indoor bike parking, and complimentary coffee/tea. Coworking rates start at $200 per month for 24/7 use of the space’s communal tables or lounges, as well as 5 hours of conference room use per month. There are also day passes priced at $25.

3014 Dauphine Street / www.workatthewarehouse.com

Connect Hub Coworking

(Photo: Connect Hub Coworking)

Opened in 2021, Connect Hub Coworking is one of the newer additions to New Orleans’ coworking scene and has rapidly grown in reputation. Located in the prestigious Poydras business corridor within easy reach of many of the city’s restaurants and cultural attractions, the space offers a plethora of modern amenities and flexible lease agreements for solo practitioners and small and medium-sized businesses. Open 24/7, all members gain access to super-fast WiFi, free printing/scanning/copying, private meeting rooms and phone booths, secure parking, and a kitchen with complimentary coffee/tea/water. Hotdesking membership starts at $250 per month and day passes are available for $20.

400 Poydras Street Suite 900 / www.nola.connecthubco.com


Regus have a large presence in New Orleans, with six venues across the city. Many boast dedicated business lounges, making them popular with business travellers requiring somewhere to host on-site meetings, and there are custom Business Plan memberships for such needs. All Regus venues also offer open-plan spaces or shared offices, with prices varying by location. In New Orleans, rates start at $139 per month for full-time use of their downtown Poydras Street space. All membership packages include access to facilities including printers, scanners and photocopiers, plus invites to regular networking and community events. Contracts are available on a monthly rolling basis, or you can ease your monthly payments by locking into a long-term contract up to 24 months.

Venues across New Orleans / www.regus.com

Greenhouse Workspace

In keeping with its name, an abundance of natural light and greenery provide a calming working environment at this botanical-filled coworking space on the Lafitte Greenway, situated about 4 miles from downtown New Orleans. Members and guests can benefit from the use of conference rooms, phone booths and a range of other facilities that aid productive work practices, and there’s also a fully-equipped kitchen, bathrooms with showers and an indoor /outdoor lounge that’s ideal for taking some downtime and meeting other community members. Monthly common space rates start at $195 per month and includes 24/7 access and 8 hours of conference room use per month. Day passes are $35.

4157 St Louis Street / www.thegreenhouseworkspace.spaces.nexudus.com

The Shop Workspace

(Photo: The Shop Workspace)

Situated within one of New Orleans’ most renowned cultural institutions, the Contemporary Arts Centre, this coworking space features eye-catching interior and over 40,000 square feet of furnished, shared workspaces. The standard coworking package is the ‘Commons’ membership, which includes conference room credits, access to all of the venue’s facilities and services including a full kitchen, coffee on tap, and invites to regular social and networking events. For less regular use, there are also flex passes offering daytime access and meeting room packages. Day passes are also available priced at $35.

Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, 900 Camp St 3rd floor / www.shopworkspace.com

Urban Hub

(Photo: Urban Hub)

Established with the aim of flipping the script on long-term leases and dull spaces, Urban Hub’s two New Orleans coworking spaces offer entrepreneurs, freelancers, and small teams a unique space with the flexible options they need to take real estate off their minds. Indoor amenities include photocopy/printing equipment, phone booths, a full kitchen, and other modern office perks you need to work efficiently. Urban Hub’s flagship venue on Magazine Street also has an outdoor courtyard with a ping pong table, lush tropical plants and bike storage. Pricing for monthly hotdesking membership at both spaces is available on request. Day passes are on offer for $30.

Two New Orleans venues / www.urbanhub.work

Club Discovery

Housed in what was once a popular dance venue, Club Discovery is among New Orleans’ larger coworking spaces. The venue offers a wide choice of flexible membership and guest plans that includes use of a range of amenities including conference rooms, full kitchens with snacks, unlimited coffee and beer on tap, free Thursday pizzas, a games room, bike parking, and wellness sessions. Prices for hot desking, which allows use of the open seating at any of the venue’s co-working tables and communal areas, start at $200 per month.

2831 Street Claude Avenue / www.clubdiscovery.us