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Cubs offer $300 million Wrigley rehab plan

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This is what the outside concourse could look like under the Cubs' five-year renovation plan being proposed for Wrigley Field.

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The Cubs say their $300 million plan to renovate and update Wrigley Field would still preserve much of its historical feel.

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This aerial view shows what the upper level concourse area could look like under a five-year renovation plan the Cubs are proposing for Wrigley Field. The Cubs wants some relief from the city to add more signage options and other improvements as part of the $300 million project.

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Renovating Wrigley Field has been a hot topic for several years. On Saturday, the Cubs unveiled an ambitious and expensive plan to renovate the almost 100-year-old landmark. The plan would require five off-seasons to complete at a cost of $300 million, but Cubs officials want the city to lift some landmark restrictions.
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    • This is what the outside concourse could look like under the Cubs' five-year renovation plan being proposed for Wrigley Field.
    • The Cubs say their $300 million plan to renovate and update Wrigley Field would still preserve much of its historical feel.
    • This aerial view shows what the upper level concourse area could look like under a five-year renovation plan the Cubs are proposing for Wrigley Field. The Cubs wants some relief from the city to add more signage options and other improvements as part of the $300 million project.
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