Upgrades could in the offing at Miller Park, as the Milwaukee Brewers have filed plans to remove existing bleacher seating and build a new loge deck above left field.
According to documents filed with the city, the Brewers would remove just over 400 bleacher seats as part of the process. This would clear the way for the construction of a new loge deck, which would be located between the left field foul line and the Associated Bank Check Deck.
The upgrades have not been formally announced by the team, but the plans filed with the city provide some insight into what the Brewers are planning. More from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:
The work would create a viewing deck for 300 fans, with three smaller viewing bays, hung below in a series of steps, that typically each would accommodate 12 people, the plans indicate.
The main deck area would be nearly 3,000 square feet, part of it covered by a canopy. A bar is to be built on one end of the deck, which also is to be furnished with tables and rails for beverages.
To make space for the deck, the Brewers would remove two outfield seating sections and part of a third — a total of 418 seats.
Miller Park has been home to the Brewers since 2001. Upgrades completed in recent years include an overhaul to concessions that was made in 2017, and was recognized with our Best New Concessions Experience Award. The Brewers have announced plans to convert the Friday’s Front Row Sports Grill space in the left-corner into the new Restaurant To Be Named Later, with the renovation to be completed in early 2020.