Domino Sugar un­veils prop­erty up­grades

Baltimore Sun - - COLLEGE FOOTBALL - — Sarah Gantz

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.

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