Sugar Land water tower to get a wash (Houston Chronicle)

Photo Courtesy of Houston Chronicle

Photo Courtesy of Houston Chronicle

By Nancy Sarnoff

The developer of the Imperial Sugar Land project, a mix of housing, shops and office space under development at the old Imperial Sugar refinery — once the center of Sugar Land’s economic and social life – is funding the restoration of the city’s iconic water tower.

The four-month project will include repainting the 1924 tower in an “earth tone color adorned with the Imperial Sugar Land logo at the top,” the developer said Wednesday. As a precautionary measure, the company said it will place a large cover over the top of the tower during restoration.

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