Wrigley Field is almost set for nearly $500 million in renovations. While fan enthusiasm for the ballpark’s overhaul seems to be mixed, Tom Ricketts and co. appear to be hellbent on ushering the Confines into the modern era. An artist’s rendering of the proposed changes, via CSN Chicago, shows off several of the highlights for the nearly 100-year old park.
Click through to CSN for a look at some of the changes planned to the entrances and a look at the office building outside of the field. The sketch above shows off the giant videoboard planned for left field, and a ‘Wrigley Field’ sign pegged for right field. The club is reportedly willing to work with local businesses to come to an agreement on sign placement, in an effort to keep nearby rooftop patio seats functional.