local dating profiles

http://blog.buyatimeshare.com/dating-us-military/ November 24, 2013

Posted by Steve Luba in : http://blog.buyatimeshare.com/dating-at-54/, Myrtle Beach Timeshare, News & Events , trackback

The proposed Hilton Grand Vacations Club timeshare resort in Myrtle Beach is a step closer to reality after the Myrtle Beach City Council approved the proposal on second reading following a public hearing on the development last week.

The approval, which was first reported by South Carolina television station WPDE NewsChannel 15, will allow construction on Ocean Boulevard at the former site of the Beach View apartments, which were torn down in August to make room for the new resort.

Artist rendering of new HGVC resort

Artist rendering of new HGVC resort

The new Hilton timeshare will be one of the largest resort structures in Myrtle Beach, standing 22 stories high with 230 units at a projected cost of $41 million. The project is scheduled for completion in the summer of 2015.

Building construction is scheduled to begin in December, with developers including an additional $1 million worth of landscaping and additional public benefits to the site in exchange for zoning concessions provided by the city.

“There’s going to be some parking, little parks, some street trees, some landscaping, some sidewalks, things that will make it easier for the public to walk around and enjoy the public amenities there,” Myrtle Beach spokesman Mark Kruea told NewsChannel 15.

The city council also unanimously approved those improvements for the resort site.

“It will be a very attractive extension of what we already have over on Ocean Boulevard,” Kruea said.

The project is a boost to new resort construction in town, which was on hold for four years during the recession. However, city officials say this latest Hilton timeshare project is more evidence that the Myrtle Beach tourism sector has rebounded from the downturn, with record tourism numbers over the past couple of years.