Originally Posted by doublem23
Uh, what? Tourists don't go to Cubs games to see the Cubs, they go there to see Wrigley Field. The experience of being at Wrigley is what allures so many of them. If the Cubs were a good team and people wanted to see them play, you can get MLB.tv for an entire season for the same price as a hotel room in Rosemont, which is, again, not at all designed for people to walk around, unless you're now building private skywalks from every hotel to the new park as well as the Blue Line stop.
Maybe I am dreaming that people actually like to see good baseball at a park not on Tv. I was also speaking of the convention/business traveler that is in a rosemont hotel. Going to a ball game that is right down the street would be a real possibility.
Regarding the skywalks, I wouldnt rule that out with rosemont the city of gold. A tram could be possible and a dedicated shuttle lane on game day would be a easy solution.