The Chicago Cubs have released renderings for the new American Airlines 1914 Club, a 7,200-square-foot, all-inclusive club space to be built below the seating directly behind home plate at Wrigley Field.
Images of the 600-person club show exposed brick and the underside of the seats above, surrounding a long bar area with high-top tables. The American Airlines 1914 Club was designed by VOA Associates, in coordination with the Cubs’ foodservice partner Levy Restaurants. Construction will begin after this season, continue through the 2017 season, and is expected to be ready by Opening Day in 2018.
Interested ticket buyers must put down a $500 deposit to be placed on the priority list for seating in the American Airlines 1914 Club. Those who do not gain access will be able to put their $500 towards another season ticket location in the ballpark.
Additional details for all four of the new club spaces coming to Wrigley Field can be found on the Cubs’ newly launched sales site CubsPremier.com. The introduction of new clubs is part of the massive 1060 Project, a multiyear, $750 million redevelopment of Wrigley Field and its adjacent real estate.