In 1988 the Myrtle Beach Air Force Redevelopment Authority, along with the City of Myrtle Beach, developed the Urban Village Redevelopment Master Plan to transform use of the closed Air Force Base from military to civilian use. The result was The Market Common District. Market Common has fast become one of the most desired places to live in all the Grand Strand. Its town center with shops, stores and restaurants have attracted many to the various communities within Market Common, providing both affordable and luxury living to a variety of budgets and taste.
As Market Common has continued to grow over the years, with several unique neighborhoods expanding over the land. Each neighborhood has its own character and complexion with amenities and landscaping to satisfy the sophisticated and tasteful population looking to move into the District.
Market Common also offers work/live homes for those looking to save on their commute while still owning a location that will enhance their business brand. Known as Dock Street, these townhomes were first to be developed with the "live and work" condos located directly above the retail square; and then expanding to units that are as big as any home. Most of these townhomes also offer offer garages, porches and even elevators.
Some of the best real estate and finest homes in Myrtle Beach are in Market Common!
Gorgeous 4 bedroom 3.5 bath home in the highly sought after community of Cresswind in Market Common! This incredible house has an open concept floor plan with plantation ...
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