Below are some new renderings the Cubs have released to the media on May 27, 2014. Weigh in with your thoughts in the Facebook comments at the end of the photos. (All graphics courtesy Chicago Cubs/WrigleyField.com)
This new rendering shows the bullpens under the bleachers and how the scoreboard in right field
may block views from rooftops, a point of contention between the rooftop owners and the Cubs.
A rendering of what the upper part of the Cubs' clubhouse could look like.
A wide shot of how the ballpark may look after renovations.
A rendering of what the Cubs' lower part of the clubhouse might look like.
An auditorium that could be built underground behind home plate.
Here are some of the older renderings from the Cubs' plans. Compare them with the newer renovations.
An artist's rendering of what the new left-field videoboard could look like.
The left-field Jumbotron and right-field signage.
What the front of the ballpark could look like.
Exterior of the ballpark.
An artist's rendering of what Wrigley Field's new upper deck and suites could look like
A rendering of what the new Cubs clubhouse could look like.
Overview of the team's clubhouse
The clubhouse, batting tunnels and remodeled dugout along the third-base line.
The proposed batting tunnels between the dugout and clubhouse.
Proposed fan concourse rendering
Proposed Marquee restaurant rendering
The upper-level patio
Upper-deck club level.
Proposed left-field fan deck rendering. It's similar to the current one in right-field.
Upper grandstands fan concessions rendering.
The ballpark's facade, from the front gate and ticketing
The building at Waveland and Clark, often referred to as the "triangle building"
Plaza ice rink at night.
Wrigley Field plaza area.
The proposed Wrigleygate area outside the ballpark.
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