Harvard Square's Out of Town News will get a new tenant this winter. The local nonprofit CultureHouse announced Friday that it reached an agreement with the city of Cambridge to move in after the kiosk closes up shop, which is anticipated at the end of the month.

CultureHouse will turn the famed kiosk into a public gathering pop-up space ahead of the Harvard Square plaza’s redevelopment project, slated to begin in late spring or early summer 2020. The city intends to issue a request-for-proposal for a long-term operator for the kiosk this winter. In the meantime, CultureHouse will move in rent-free and plans to call the space CultureHouse Harvard. CultureHouse Founder Aaron Greiner told WGBH News in an e-mail that the organization will be partnering with local groups and artists to host events like live music, artist workshops and community discussions.

“CultureHouse is excited to be coming to Harvard Square and activating this historic Cambridge landmark. We are glad the City has recognized the importance of public gathering spaces in sustaining equitable communities." Greiner wrote.

This will be the second temporary space the nonprofit has occupied rent-free. Earlier this year, it moved into a vacant storefront in Kendall Square, which houses live events and is open to the public five days a week.