CHICAGO -- Nuns who faced possible eviction from San Francisco's gritty Tenderloin district because of a rent increase have won a reprieve.
The San Francisco Chronicle says lawyers for the nuns and landlord, with help from motivational speaker Tony Robbins, reached a deal Friday allowing the nuns to stay for a year at their current rent.
That gives the sisters time to find a new home for their soup kitchen. Robbins promised to donate $50,000 to help.
The Fraternite Notre Dame has run the kitchen for eight years but in January the nuns were told their rent would jump about 50 percent to $5,500 a month. The nuns said they couldn't afford it and refused to pay.
A lawyer for landlord Nick Patel says he's glad there's a tentative resolution.
Deal delays eviction threat for San Francisco nuns