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Student architect shares vision for new Wrigley

Student architect shares vision for new Wrigley

(Handout photo via Chicagoist)

Cool post from Chicagoist on a Notre Dame student’s design for a Wrigley Field reboot:

Wrigley Field hasn’t seen a major renovation since 1927. Even though politicians have chafed at Cubs owner Tom Ricketts floating a tax bond plan to renovate the Friendly Confines, most agree the ballpark – one of the state’s largest tourist attractions – needs a rehab.

Enter Marty Sandberg. An architecture graduate at Notre Dame University and self-professed Cubs fan, Sandberg worked with the Cubs last fall and into the spring on putting together a comprehensive plan for a “Triangle Building” which could serve as the centerpiece of a renovation plan for the ballpark.

Read more: Architect Shares His Vision for Wrigley Field Online: Chicagoist.

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