Cubs spell out plans for Wrigley renovation

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The Chicago Cubs are spelling out the details of the ball club’s plan to renovate Wrigley Field.

Additions will include a new 6,000 square foot video screen above the left field bleachers, and more video advertising throughout the outfield.

The Cubs also plan to bring back some of the old windows and wrought-iron fencing that graced the ballpark back in the 1930’s.

The concourses will be updated, the restrooms expanded and outdoor terraces added.

The project also includes a new 7-story hotel and a 6-story office building.

It still must be approved by the Chicago City Council.


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