A group of owners of rooftop clubs overlooking Wrigley Field sued the City of Chicago today in Cook County Circuit Court, asking a judge to review the decision that allowed the Chicago Cubs to build as many as seven outfield that would block views from the rooftops.

The rooftop owners are requesting an administrative review of the Commission on Chicago Landmarks’ decision last month to allow the Cubs to move forward on renovating the 100-year-old ballpark. The plaintiffs allege that the decision violates a 2004 contract the rooftop owners signed with the Cubs that guaranteed their views into the ballpark in exchange for 17 percent of the clubs’ annual revenues.