North Myrtle Beach is poised to create real estate growth in 2014, both commercial and residential. It has already opened its new sports complex and a new shopping area called Champions Crossing in the same area on Hwy. 90 near the Robert Edge Parkway.
The North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex opened on March 1, 2014 after a 16 month build. The new complex is home to six softball fields, playgrounds, walking trails and even dog parks. The park was put to use right away hosting a youth soccer league game and a college softball tournament.
The park will play a big role in North Myrtle Beach's economy, helping to improve the area's position in sports tourism.
North Myrtle Beach officials expect to generate between $15 and $18 million in economic impact just at this facility alone. Throughout the city the economic impact is already around $30 million.
Champions Crossing is a new shopping complex with 250,000 square feet of leasable area. Coupled with the Sports Complex, this will help North Myrtle Beach become a year round tourist destination.
Most importantly, these two new developments will create new job opportunities and will bring new families to the area. This will help boost the already improving real estate market.
There is plenty of room for more commercial and residential development at the Robert Edge Parkway. New home construction is on the rise throughout the Grand Strand area and the same holds true for North Myrtle Beach.
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