The Justice Department is reviewing recent changes to the ballpark to determine if they meet ADA rules.
Cubs and Sox fans may not know same architect designed Wrigley Field and Comiskey Park.
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Looks like it was a pretty frantic winter at the ‘Friendly Confines.’
The Wheelhouse is a 3 minute walk from Wrigley Field
The project is one of several new developments transforming the tourist-heavy area.
The Cubs want to add 11 more night games to their calendar, bringing total up to 54 games after dark.
The desirable North Side neighborhood has accounted for just a tiny fraction of Chicago’s current apartment boom.
The new outdoor space is joined by a new building featuring offices, dining options, and new flagship merchandise store.
Chicago Cubs owner Tom Ricketts says that the team wants to have events at Wrigley every day
The latest acquisition brings the total count to 11 rooftop properties which the Ricketts family now control.
This video perfectly captures the satisfying conclusion of the Cubs storybook season from the heart of Chicago’s Wrigleyville.
Festivities will start on Addison Avenue in Wrigleyville, buzz down Michigan Avenue’s Magnificent Mile, and finish on Chicago’s "front yard" in Grant Park for a spectacular rally exactly 108 years in the making.
Back before the age of the flashy jumbo screens, corporate-branded plazas, and the best regular season record in baseball, the Evanston native was no less enthusiastic about his chosen baseball team and its stadium.
The long-discussed hotel slated for the northwest corner of Clark and Addison across from Wrigley Field has been rechristened Hotel Zachary in honor of the ballpark’s architect Zachary Taylor Davis. The hotel's previous retro design has also changed.
The plan will incorporate a partially completed, four-story stone-clad building and a new five-story construction sporting an industrial aesthetic of glass, metal, and brick. The hotel will feature a rooftop terrace and 3,800 square feet of retail.
Titled Addison & Clark, the new mega-development from M&R Development and Bucksbaum Retail Properties will bring 148 new apartments, 405 parking spaces, and nearly 150,000-square-feet of commercial space next door to Wrigley Field.
The property joins three other rooftops that were purchased by the group earlier this year, bringing the total number of Ricketts-controlled operations to ten. Citing security concerns, ownership is pushing for Clark and Addison to close for games.
Wrigley Field’s iconic red marquee at the corner Clark and Addison makes a triumphant return to the Friendly Confines today after nearly a half-year absence for historic restoration work. The sign sports a modern video board but is prohibited from displaying non-retro images.
Cubs management says the new player clubhouse and restored facade will be done by April 11th.
The massive Addison Park on Clark project can not proceed until foreclosure suits against the current property owner are settles.