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As I understand it,certain people were assuring and were highly confident that the landlord would accept a lease renewal offer for a lease on the same terms as before.  But about three weeks in, the offer hasn't been picked up on. so I'm concerned.  Mission Street has been "discovered", and rents are a different color of green..  People who care about the neighborhood, have seen that  a lot of people being moved out, including one of a kind non-profits.  So there is that.
 
  
Last time, six years ago, when Noisebridge moved, the wiki showed it took some time to do the move, and that for one month rent was paid on both places.  https://noisebridge.net/wiki/Lease#before_September_1st 
 
If that pattern repeated, Noisebridge would secure the overlap space starting August 1st.  Which is soon, or about seven weeks.
 
 
There is also the thing of the Chaos Camp, being in the same time area, as all the rent stuff would be happening.  Some of the people discussing attending Chaos Camp, have been awesome contributors to NB.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Everyone who reads the  [http://missionlocal.org/2015/04/artists-and-landlord-face-off-at-redlick-building/ local_media] , or walks around the neighborhood where Noisebridge is located, must have noted the changes in the business, sometimes  [http://missionlocal.org/2013/08/evicted-at-17th-and-mission-tenants-take-to-streets/ contentious], sometimes [http://missionlocal.org/2015/04/inner-mission-posed-to-leave-says-it-will-fight-eviction/ litigious ] but undeniably major changes happen.   
 
Everyone who reads the  [http://missionlocal.org/2015/04/artists-and-landlord-face-off-at-redlick-building/ local_media] , or walks around the neighborhood where Noisebridge is located, must have noted the changes in the business, sometimes  [http://missionlocal.org/2013/08/evicted-at-17th-and-mission-tenants-take-to-streets/ contentious], sometimes [http://missionlocal.org/2015/04/inner-mission-posed-to-leave-says-it-will-fight-eviction/ litigious ] but undeniably major changes happen.   

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