The Chicago Cubs unveiled new images for Wrigley Field improvements that will cost around $375 million.

The improvements include the construction of hundreds of new seats, five more premium clubs, seven new outfield signs and relocating the original bullpens down the foul lines underneath a revamped bleacher section.

If the Commission on Chicago Landmarks approves the plans at a June 5 meeting, the Cubs plan to start construction after the All-Star break on an entertainment plaza outside the 100-year-old facility's main entrance.