Chicago Cubs seek to add new Wrigley gate to Triangle Property

With eye-grabbing proposals that include a giant video screen looming over the left-field bleachers, a new entrance to Wrigley Field received little notice when the Cubs unveiled plans for the park at the end of April.

But the entry would be a dramatic alteration of the historic park’s exterior walls, while enhancing the Cubs’ plans to create a plaza filled with entertainment and advertising on the west side of the park along Clark Street.

The new entry would open onto the proposed plaza, according to drawings that have yet to be finalized. The plaza would be the landing point for a pedestrian bridge over Clark Street from a hotel the team plans to build.


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