The Chicago Cubs are the newest team to .The term bunker suites refers to ahigh-end hospitality space generally built underneath the seating bowl with no views to the field of play.Premium patrons pay top dollar to entertain guests in these large private spaces. To watch the game, theywalk down a hallway to sit inthe best seats in the house, which are Kirk Gibson Jersey this close to the action. Typically, the seats are on the 50-yard-line, atcourtsideor behind home plate.Over the past decade, most major league venues have Chris Taylor Jersey opened with a bunker suite. They arecommon in profe sional sports, whilecollege football stadiums and basketball arenas are developing similar event-level spaces.Bunkersalso have cro sedover to international soccer venues, such as .None are more exclusive than the . They're designed like a Joc Pederson Jersey Manhattan studio apartment and sell for $1 million annually.The big difference in MSG's bunker design is that the seats in the bowl are directly connected to the interior space, closing the loop for the arena's highest-paying customers.The Cubs have not yet priced the three bunkers planned for Wrigley Field, said team President Crane Kenney. The suites are part of the team's planned $375 million renovation of the 100-year-old ballpark.The bunker suite concept began in baseball 20 years ago. Globe Life Park, originally in 1994to accommodate George W. Bush and his family.At the time, Bush owned MLB Los Angeles Dodgers the Rangers. Obviously,he became president of the United States years later. Because it sits beneath the seating bowl, between home plate and the first-base dugout, most fans don't know it exist.Also in '94, Progre sive Field, then Jacobs Field, opened with 10 dugout suites, a design similar to bunkers. In the late 1990s, retrofits of Angel Stadium and Kauffman Stadium included dugout Kenta Maeda Jersey suites. Twenty years later, the demand remains for those high-dollar units.