New York’s new tech innovation center, The New York Times, and tech startups have signed on to open their offices to tech companies, a new development that could change the landscape of the city.

The Times announced on Thursday that the center will open in the next couple of months.

The news comes after several years of negotiations with Microsoft, which is currently trying to acquire the startup, as well as an aggressive push by venture capitalists and investors.

Tech giants such as Google, Facebook, and Uber have been pushing for more access to the City, which has a population of over 200 million people.

Microsoft has also partnered with the city on a $1.5 billion redevelopment plan.