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Pinball Museum to Get Five Year Lease at Alameda Point

The Pacfic Pinball Museum operates the Lucky JuJu gallery on Webster Street.

The Pacific Pinball Museum operates the Lucky JuJu gallery on Webster Street.

On Wednesday, Alameda City Council is expected to approve a five year lease for space at Alameda Point on offer to the Pacific Pinball Museum, which operates the Lucky JuJu gallery on Webster Street.

The City of Alameda is offering roughly 12,000 square feet of warehouse space in Building 13 at 2100 Ferry Point at an initial annual rent of $28,632, or about 20 cents per square foot. In year five, the museum’s rent will rise to $30,096 per annum.

The museum has been a tenant at Alameda Point since 2006.

Operators say that pinball fosters an interest in physics, electricity and science, and that pinball machines offer a unique reflection of American art history.

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