Deal Signed With Israeli Entrepreneur Hagag-Gaya to Operate Holborn Offices

Flexible workspace group InfinitSpace has signed for a second London location, taking 24,000 square feet of offices at Kingsbourne House in Holborn, CoStar News can reveal.

The company was founded by Wybo Wijnbergen, the former European managing director of US coworking group WeWork, and his brother, tech entrepreneur Wilco Wijnbergen.

It partners with landlords to redevelop traditional office space by creating and operating white-label flexible workspace brands. The new space will be operated under the “Beyond” Brand.

The company launched its first flexible workspace in London’s Aldgate Tower in March 2022.

The Holborn office at 229-231 High Holborn is owned by Hagag-Gaya, a company founded by Eido Hagag, an Israeli entrepreneur and co-founder of the publicly traded Hagag Group, one of Israel’s leading property developers.

Hagag-Gaya has entered a partnership with InfinitSpace to manage all of the seven-floor building. InfinitSpace created a new flexible workspace totalling 24,000 square feet, which opened on 9 January.

It has coworking and private office memberships, with flexible terms and suitable for individuals up to large teams of 100 people. There are fully-equipped meeting rooms and event space for larger groups, as well as private floors.

InfinitSpace says there is ultra-fast WiFi, IT support, a community team, and a workspace app. Additional services include premium coffee, breakout spaces, phone booths, inspiring events, an on-site community team, bespoke self-contained floors, and shower and changing facilities.

Kingsbourne House is located directly next to Holborn underground station and within walking distance of Covent Garden, Soho and Bloomsbury.

Wybo Wijnbergen, CEO of InfinitSpace, said in a statement: “We are delighted to unveil our second London location – and what a location it is. Kingsbourne House is an incredible building in the heart of the city. And amidst the buzz of the capital, we have a bright, modern flexible workspace that will equip its tenants with all the tools, spaces and facilities required to make amazing things happen.

“Since the start of the pandemic, flexible working has become the norm for many businesses. This means they need flexible spaces to work in – ones that can be accessed around the clock, are optimised with technology, and provide an exceptional experience to inspire people to travel to their place of work. We are human-centric; everything we do is tailored to empowering human endeavour. And we’re delighted to partner with Eido Hagag and his team for this hugely exciting project.”