Domino Sugar unveils property upgrades
Domino Sugar said Monday that it has finished the latest improvements to the 24-acre Locust Point property that houses its Baltimore refinery.
The updates are intended build on years of work to improve the outward appearance of the plant, known for its rooftop neon sign visible through much of the Inner Harbor.
The company has already pressurewashed, painted, replaced windowns and otherwise restored the buildings. The latest improvements include replacing the property’s original iron fencing, which dated to 1922, and old chain link fence and barbed wire with a 2,000-foot-long black steel picket fence.
Domino also added two new signs. At the gate, a new sign with the company’s logos reads “Made in Baltimore Since 1922.” The company added a vintage Domino Sugar sign on the east- side fence. The company also built a new retaining wall for its truck lot and storm water treatment area at Key Highway East and Stevenson Street. It also added a half- acre of green space with 16 trees.