The Wrigley Center
and its history
The Wrigley Hall
About Wrigley Hall…
Wrigley Hall is a multifaceted Food Hall & Entertainment Venue that combines the best sights, sounds, and flavors of the Blue Water community together under one roof…
… Connected to greater than 30,000 sq ft. of retail, the space delivers over 60,000 sq ft. of Entertainment, Dining, & Retail experiences for our customers.
Wrigley Hall features three indoor bars and a large rooftop bar, multiple food concepts, multiple retail concepts, two stages for live entertainment and large public & private event spaces.
Activities throughout the hall include live entertainment, festivals and parties, DJ nights, culinary and drink shows, golf, cornhole, pickleball, euchre, trivia and more!
The Wrigley Center History
The Wrigley Center project has progressed in collaboration with
- Port Huron’s own Landmark Management
- St. Clair County Community Foundation
- St. Clair County & Port Huron City leadership
The group’s vision was to create a dynamic, multi-use space supporting community revitalization & providing a unique destination for area consumers & tourists.
The building is named for the Wrigley Supermarket built on that location in 1958. The new “Wrigley Center” features several nods to our community’s rich history…
- Original architecture featuring unique barrel roof design & scissor trusses.
- The DB Harrington will be housed inside the main public walkway.
We thank the Port Huron Museum for their work & support! Check out some historical images of the DB Harrington and Wrigley Center ads they’ve shared with us below.