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The new partnership will facilitate the expansion of infinitSpace across Germany, with two new flexible workspaces already confirmed. Both buildings are owned by his Gröner Group and are being developed by CG Elementum, with whom infiniteSpace also has a strategic partnership.
infinitSpace and CG Elementum have created a flexible workspace space brand that offers consistent service across the site, characterized by design features, application of cutting edge technology, focus on community building and commitment to robust ESG standards. develop.
The two buildings are located at the Konradhaus in Mannheim and will open in Q2 2023, followed by MI5 in Cologne in the first half of 2024. infinitSpace oversees the design, technology implementation and go-to-market management of new flexible workspaces. As well as the incoming community and ongoing operations.
infinitSpace implements a top-notch management app available to all users of CG Elementum commercial properties, whether they actively enjoy flexible workspaces or not. The app includes practical features such as allowing building users to access meeting rooms and book coworking spaces on demand. It primarily acts as a connectivity hub. Its reach extends across Germany, connects all users of the CG Elementum buildings and provides a leading forum for communication and networking.
infinitSpace was founded by Wybo Wijnbergen, a former WeWork MD in Europe, and his brother Wilco Wijnbergen, a serial tech entrepreneur. The company has already created and operates multiple flexible workspaces in London under the brand ‘beyond’.
CG Elementum is also a family owned business. It and infiniteSpace share a strong focus on ESG and progressive attitudes towards commercial real estate and how it is used. This partnership will enable infiniteSpace to quickly move forward with its ambitious plans for expansion across Germany.
Wybo Wijnbergen, CEO and co-founder of infinitSpace, said: Cologne is a city of millions of inhabitants, there is huge demand for flexible office his solutions and the Rhine he Neckar region around Mannheim is developing rapidly. The fact that we are working with one of Europe’s most innovative property developers in both locations is a clear demonstration of how well our solutions fit the current market conditions. We will work closely with his CG Elementum to create a Flex Space brand that reflects both his progressive approach to real estate and his CG Elementum’s impressive commitment to his ESG compliant products.
“The demand for flexible workspaces is growing across Europe, but many landlords have little experience dealing with community, technology and flexible conditions. We bring this know-how to our partners’ projects. Our approach not only simplifies how owners manage their buildings through digital means, but also seamlessly integrates into owner assets via infiniteSpace’s bespoke tenant experience app, all residents are Access our technology and offer offers available onsite.
“Furthermore, as we will see in this new partnership, Flex Space will help landlords achieve their sustainability goals. The shared multifunctionality of flexible spaces helps build and foster a sense of community.”
Marcus Zischg, CTO/CSO at CG Elementum“Collaboration with proptech and flexible workspace operator infiniteSpace creates synergies. InfinitSpace’s innovative ideas in the flexible workspace sector and long-standing expertise in green, economical and digital commercial spaces Knowledge creates flexible workspaces that exceed the expectations of employers and employees alike, a combination that certainly does not exist in the market yet in the context of ESG-compliant real estate in our eco-building offerings. is.”