The Milwaukee Brewers are planning a major change at Miller Park, as the team has announced a renovation of the PNC Club Level concourse. The project, to be completed in time for the 2018 season, will feature a redesign and modernization of the aesthetic for the PNC Club Level corridor, as well the addition of two new food destinations, a hospitality station and a revamped marketplace concept.
The aesthetic upgrades will feature new corridor finishes, wallcoverings, modifications to lighting, new wayfinding signage and large format wall graphics commemorating various moments in Miller Park history. Brand new large screen televisions will be placed along several of the corridor walls and new furniture — including bar top tables as well as modular soft seating — will be added along the concourse.
“This is just one of several projects related to Miller Park that we have planned for this off-season,” said Brewers Chief Operation Officer Rick Schlesinger. “We believe in providing the greatest fan experience in all baseball, and to do that we look to be responsive to fan preferences and the latest in design. The PNC Club Level has been a popular destination for both suite patrons and ticket buyers, and we look forward to offering an upgrade in the experience for 2018 and beyond.”
The upgrades to the PNC Club Level include new dining options, an extension of the comprehensive overhaul of the ballpark’s food and beverage program completed earlier this year. Those efforts were honored with the 2017 Ballpark Digest Award for Best New Concessions Experience, presented by Ballpark Digest.
PNC Bank has supported the Brewers for almost a decade and in 2010 secured naming rights for the PNC Club Level
The project is designed by Uihlein/Wilson – Ramlow/Stein Architects. The work will be completed before the start of the 2018 season.
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