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Wrigley Field Construction Update: June 29

They're finally starting to work on Platform 14. And there's a sign that says exactly what the "ticket windows" are.

BCB's David Sameshima has been unavailable to get to Wrigley over the last couple of days so I asked Mike Bojanowski to head to the ballpark to take photos Monday. Here's his report.

These were taken Monday afternoon from 4:00-4:30 p.m. Low activity, nothing happening in the triangle lot at all.A good deal of progress at the Platform 14 area. A lot of steel is up, I don't know if it is part of the projected July 3 openings, but I doubt it. The views are difficult from street level. The glazed brick that was the backing for the older center field concession stand now appears as though it will serve as the back wall for the new one.The video boards are not yet fully enclosed. The groundskeeper cottage remains as it has been since the move last week, except the door is unsealed, and apparently workers are walking into it as needed.There is a small-scale excavation on Addison, at the point where the sidewalk narrows. Also a larger excavation behind Gate 10. The work most necessary for the July 3 openings will be completion of the RF exit gate, which seems about done; and the left and right field lower concourses and concessions, which are hidden from street views.

So now we know that the "ticket windows" are... ticket windows. It does seem as if there will still be construction going on through most of this season, and we do know that the bleacher portion of the renovation project will be completed next offseason. Much work still to go.