October 24, 2016
With the Chicago Cubs baseball team going to the World Series for the first time in more than 70 years, tickets at Wrigley Field will be tough to come by. Just as tough to find will be seats on the rooftops of apartments and other buildings surrounding Wrigley Field.
Once used as informal seating for people who lived in the apartments (and their friends), the rooftops sprout bleachers that are managed by Wrigley Rooftops. The company manages 11 rooftop clubs on Waveland and Sheffield Avenues.
The waiting list has been in play since April and includes fans from as far away as Australia.
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