$300M Wrigley Field Upgrade Plan Gets Partial Approval

Law360, New York (June 27, 2013, 6:11 PM EDT) -- The Chicago Landmarks Commission tossed out a request to consider new Jumbotron and script signage at Wrigley Field in the wake of an alderman's opposition, but approved on Thursday several other details of a $300 million renovation plan for the stadium.

Commissioners pushed along nine requests that will pave the way for the Chicago Cubs owners — the Ricketts family — to secure permits to add a new roof deck, extend the bleacher section and allow for reconfiguration of the stadium's interiors, according to commission documents....
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