Myrtle Beach City Council remains committed to redevelopment
The Myrtle Beach area has made such significant progress over the past few years – it’s a beautiful thing to see. The commitments being made by local government are a key part of this growth and improvement of the area.
Case in point is the recent purchase of land downtown by the city. They bought this land as much for public safety as they did for any specific redevelopment plan. They plan on demolishing the buildings in the area of this purchase as quickly as possible to prepare the property for its next life. This kind of the city commitment and agenda should make newcomers (and existing locals) feel very comfortable about the future of Myrtle Beach and the surrounding area.
Myrtle Beach City Council agreed to the purchase of ten parcels of land east of Kings Highway, between Sixth and Eighth Avenues North. Included in the purchase are four older motels – the Oasis Motel at 308 Seventh Avenue North, The Fountainbleau Inn at 701 Flagg Street, the Sea Palms at 313 Seventh Avenue North and the Sea Nymph at 601 North Ocean Boulevard – along with two restaurants and several vacant lots.
Please visit Myrtle Beach City Council for more information.