A Proposed Project Could Bring Over 200 Homes To Market Common

The project would create 209 new residential units, a clubhouse, pool, playground, dog park, pavilion as well as an amenity center.

A new project “Market Walk at Market Common” was proposed and could bring over 200 new townhomes and cottages to the area.

A building permit application has been filed with the Myrtle Beach Community Appearance Board for a new community around Farrow Parkway, Howard Parkway, and Phillis Boulevard.

The project would create 209 new residential units, a clubhouse, pool, playground, dog park, pavilion as well as an amenity center.

The 15 acre area that is proposed for the project is an environmentally sensitive area. The EPA has put a restraint on the development. However, the demand of people who want to live in The Market Common District is high.

The project will once again be presented to the Community Appearance Board for further discussion on it’s possible future.