The Commission on Chicago Landmarks approved the most controversial piece of the Chicago Cubs’ Wrigley Field renovation plan, ruling that the team may erect a roughly 5,700-square-foot sign in left field featuring a 4,560-square-foot video screen and a 650-square-foot advertising sign in right field.
Those sizes are smaller than the ones outlined in the April framework agreement between the team and the city, but bigger than what Ald. Tom Tunney, 44th, and Lakeview residents pushed for. They said the size of the signs would create quality-of-life issues.
Read more in Crain’s Chicago Business.