Goodier Properties Recently Acquired the Former Globe Brewing Co. Property on Key Highway

| February 3, 2020 | 0 Comments

Adding to its portfolio of properties on Key Hwy., learned last week that Goodier Properties purchased the former Globe Brewing Co. property at 1323 Key Hwy. in recent years and hopes to develop it in the future. The .392-acre lot overlooking the Inner Harbor is currently used as a parking lot.

Dan Goodier of Goodier Properties told he is currently using it for parking for Planit employees until his team determines what to develop there. Planit has an office nearby at 1414 Key Hwy., a 97,000 sq. ft. office and retail complex developed by Goodier Properties at the former Syrup KING Molasses building.

1323 Key Hwy. was purchased by the ownership team of Little Havana in 2010 in a deal that included the restaurant building it occupies next door. The Little Havana team demolished the Globe Brewing property, created a parking lot, and sold it to a developer in 2014. State records show Goodier purchased the property in late-2017 for $2 million.

1323 Key Hwy. is also adjacent to a parking lot for HarborView marina.

Goodier Properties has been active in development along the corridor as it purchased 1000 E. Key Hwy. in Locust Point for $2 million late last year. This property was the former headquarters of Weller Development before it relocated to Port Covington.

Goodier plans to use 1000 E. Key Hwy. as a parking lot for a nine-story, 60,000 sq. ft. office building it is planning a block east at 1401 Woodall St. Goodier does not yet have a timeline to begin construction of 1401 Woodall St., but is talking to potential users. It demolished two buildings at the Woodall St. site last year.

According to tax records, 1000 E. Key Hwy. has 9,568 sq. ft. of building space on a 30,213 sq. ft. lot. It has an office building, which was the former home of Weller Development, fronting Key Hwy.; garages and surface parking behind the building; and a pier that was previously used by Baltimore Water Taxi. It is a long rectangular-shaped property that is thin facing Key Hwy., but very deep as it extends out into the Inner Harbor.

Goodier said he doesn’t plan on demolishing any of the existing buildings at 1000 E. Key Hwy. to create more parking at this time, but may do so in the future if necessary to serve the needs of the tenants. 1401 Woodall St. will have a 42-car parking garage and, based on a view from Google Maps, 1000 E. Key Hwy. has about 40 surface parking spaces with the potential to add more.

Goodier noted Baltimore Water Taxi isn’t currently in operation on the pier, but the license is still active in case it would like to resume services.

Goodier said he doesn’t have any plans to redevelop 1000 E. Key Hwy. at this time.

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