Cubs have named their open-air plaza

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courtesy - wrigleyfield.com
courtesy - wrigleyfield.com

The Chicago Cubs will name their open-air plaza building "The Park at Wrigley Field."

"We look at the opportunity to really animate and provide value on our little piece of land and our little strip of the street all year-round," Tom Ricketts told the Lakeview Chamber of Commerce members.

"We talk about the beauty of the field and the way it's framed by the Plaza to be one of those special places on earth . . . like when you're walking through Europe, and you come across that special castle or palace or fountain, and you see people just being there because being there itself is beautiful and cool. That's what we want Wrigley to feel like."

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