The Cubs officially broke ground on the 1060 Project – the new name for the renovation, restoration, and expansion of Wrigley Field, and the development around it – this weekend, and, while I was in town for that ceremony, I grabbed some shots of what’s going on at the park right now.
A set on Facebook, since it’s easy to host pictures there:
And a set from Twitter, since, well, that exists:
Reno work at Wrigley this weekend. Things are happening. pic.twitter.com/mT5IIwJ6kq
— Brett Taylor (@BleacherNation) October 12, 2014
There’s a fair bit going on right now inside and outside the park, including outfield and concourse work inside the park. Outside, it appears to still be mostly demolition, but there’s a lot of activity. A short video view for those who want more (ignore the stupid “directed by” thing at the end … it was automatically inserted, and apparently I screwed up at getting rid of it – I’m new to this):