NOLA is known for good times. And now, the time has come for recognition in the business world. This past summer, the city ranked first out of 175 as being friendliest to creative professionals like architects, painters, and choreographers based on considerations like affordability.
And now, NOLA is catching the eye of creative business entrepreneurs who need more real estate in the city to grow their ideas. The Warehouse is the latest coworking space to open in a Bywater, a neighborhood that doesn't have the number of coworking spaces that other parts of the city already enjoy.
The space, formerly known as the 16,059-square-foot Pickery space at 3014 Dauphine St., sold for $232,526 in 2012 to an LLC that lists Albert Walsh, a partner in Bastion Works, as its main man. But that was then.
Now, it's been reworked to include 22 private offices within the open layout that accommodates 40 permanent desks and communal coworking space. It's near the new Crescent City Park and luxury waterfront condo 3200 Chartres, so more foot traffic will be a common sight.
- New Orleans Ranks #1 in America for Creative Professionals [Greater New Orleans Regional Economic Development]
- Coworking Space ‘The Warehouse’ Opens in Bywater Neighborhood [Canal Street Beat]
- Presenting The Pickery's Neighborhood Market Plans [Curbed NOLA]