Originally Posted by Mr. Jinx
You're right, clearly there are more bros living in Lincoln Park and Wrigleyville then there are families in suburban Chicago.
That's not what I said. I said combining that crowd with the number of tourists who flock to Wrigley Field each season greatly outweighs the families who would probably go to no more than a handful of games each season.
If suburban families were a huge untapped market waiting to be exploited, why has pretty much every new ballpark in the last 25 years been built in a city center?