Savery Savory Mushroom Farm Water Tower
A prominent visual landmark at 110th and Federal Boulevard is the circa 1925 Savery Savory Mushroom Farm Water Tower, the only intact remnant of what was originally an extensive collection of buildings, structures and other features that made up the corporate agricultural facility owned and operated by Colorado's "mushroom magnate," Charles William Savery, from 1923 through 1953. The tower is owned and maintained by the City of Westminster, but the site around the tower is a park owned and maintained by the Savory Farm subdivision. Visitors to the site should observe rules posted by the homeowners association and be mindful of the residential location of the tower.
The tower is a local Westminster historic landmark and is also listed on the Colorado State Register of Historic Properties.
Click here for a detailed history on Charles William Savery and the Savery Mushroom Farm operation.