And we’re here to help you do the same. We have quite the track record of finding the perfect commercial acreage or workspace that’s just right for you to work – and live – like most people are lucky to temporarily vacation, with access to 60 miles of sandy beaches, peaceful waterways, championship golf, live entertainment, arts, dining and shopping options. It’s an area called the Grand Strand, a unique stretch of land with a unique and diverse culture that you will want to discover for yourself.
Strategically located in the northeastern corner of coastal South Carolina, between the port cities of Charleston, S.C., and Wilmington, N.C., and halfway between New York and Miami, Fla., the Grand Strand is also a premier location for business growth. Since the 1900s, the Myrtle Beach area has grown, evolved and prospered, and now attracts more than 16 million visitors and thousands of the residents and businesses each year.
Visit and you’ll want to stay. Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand is comprised of a string of colorful communities, each one unique in personality and Southern charm – from the busy beach town of Myrtle Beach to historic riverfront towns like Conway and south into Pawleys Island and historic fishing villages like Georgetown. Common links that bond include the sense of community that carries over geographical boundaries, the area’s signature Southern hospitality, and the continuously growing dynamic, competitive business community that features modern infrastructure and world-class resources.
Whether you choose a beach property with an ocean view or rolling acreage in the country, the Myrtle Beach area is a great place to start your business. Read on for a brief overview of the many towns that could become your next mailing address after you decide to relocate your business here.