Originally approved by the Commission on Chicago Landmarks in 2013 as part of the major rehabilitation of the ballpark, construction of a two-story addition is planned at the southeast corner of Wrigley Field (known as the “Mini-Triangle” parcel). Both the original design and today’s updated design of the addition have been reviewed by the National Park Service. The addition was designed to replace the Captain Morgan Club, which had been constructed on the parcel in 1990 and connected to the exterior of the grandstand. The Captain Morgan Club was open to fans on gamedays and non-gamedays alike. The addition approved in 2013 and refreshed here today continues this functionality. The need to continue to offer fans the ability to enjoy Wrigley Field and to include amenities fans have come to expect from a modern professional sports venue, along with the limited footprint inside the ballpark, has led to the decision to proceed with the project at this time.