Market Commons Homes for Sale
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Listing information last updated on March 25, 2023 at 12:15 PM EST.
Where is Market Common?
Market Common, a high-end commercial and live/work complex on the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base, has swiftly become the most desirable residential neighborhood on the Grand Strand. With various single-family and townhouse projects available in the Market Common District, new residences make for the majority of real estate transactions. On the Air Force Base, there are a couple of older developments that predate Market Common. The two areas in question are the former airport housing, now known as Seagate Village, and the Windsor Gate townhomes community, located between Horry Georgetown Technical College and the city's "Bark Park."
Market Common Schools
Schools servicing the market common area are Myrtle Beach Elementary, Myrtle Beach Intermediate, and Myrtle Beach High School.
Market Common Real Estate
Market Common has become one of the most sought-after communities on the Grand Strand, second only to Grande Dunes. Its town center, with its shops and restaurants, is tempting enough, but the beautiful neighborhoods that have popped up around it provide housing for every budget and taste. Many Dock Street townhomes were developed first, followed by the Live and Work Condos above the retail plaza and a spate of additional developments. Some have garages, patios, and elevators, and are as large as a home. For individuals seeking a less expensive or maintenance-free option, further information on Market Common Townhomes and Condos is available.
Emmens Preserve is a new home development by Lennar. Highlands at Withers Preserve is a DR Horton property located near the ball fields and Crabtree Gym, as well as other Market Common facilities. Sweetgrass Square, a Dockstreet Communities community, provides Charleston-style low-country residences only minutes from Market Common. Beazer is constructing a small hamlet near Emmens Preserve with around 150 housing plots. Cresswind, a new senior community in the Market Common neighborhood, is growing.
Market Common new home projects are leading the way in terms of house sales in Myrtle Beach's real estate market, which is expanding. In addition to the many amazing services and activities accessible inside The Market Common, the surrounding neighborhoods and towns provide exciting opportunities. This diverse community is bounded on the north by Pine Island, on the west by Socastee, on the far east by Briarcliff Acres, and on the south by Garden City, all of which provide additional shopping, dining, and entertainment opportunities.
Nacho Hippo, the hippest cantina on the Grand Strand, is chosen 'Best of the Beach' every year for its trademark big nachos and margaritas! While you relax with a fresh trademark margarita and listen to some of the greatest live music on the beach, enjoy handcrafted tacos, nachos piled high with wonderfully fresh toppings, sloppy burritos filled full of your favorite mixin's, and more. Choose from two spots on each end of Myrtle Beach, each with diverse live music performances, sports events on TVs, and open-air atmospheres. Our entertainment schedule is available online.
Nacho Hippo is the place to go if you're looking for delicious Tex-Mex food with a unique twist. The menu at this taco business is jam-packed with deliciousness, and it all starts with the preparation. Every day, fresh tortilla chips are created, tortillas are steamed, salsa is made, garden fresh vegetables are cut, white flesh chicken breasts are baked, ground beef is browned and seasoned, pork is pulled, and that's just the start. All of these fresh ingredients go into crafting delicious appetizers, portable tacos, 'Best of the Beach' nachos, oversized quesadillas, sloppy burritos, and much more. On the beach, the nachos are known for being enormous and delicious, with layers upon layers of fresh chips, queso, loads of vegetables, and your favorite fresh protein. You may either select from a variety of specialty nachos or make your own! There are over 15 taco variations to pick from if you're a taco fanatic.
Nacho Hippo is the most laid-back and quirky cantina you'll ever visit! These restaurants are bright and cheery, with locally crafted art, vibrant patterns, and a variety of textures and décor to keep your eyes occupied while you're not eating delicious cuisine. Each site has something unique to offer, yet they all provide a fantastic experience! The Market Common site has greater air conditioning as well as outside sitting options such as picnic tables, standard tables, and high top tables.
The main bar, sushi bar, high-top tables, community-style booth, and a seasonal terrace on the other side of the bar all contribute to Co Sushi's minimalist elegant vibe. The music is a combination of current lounge-style sounds, giving the area a cosmopolitan feel in a mostly suburban setting. Servers and bartenders dress in all black to complement the establishment's elegant aesthetic.
CO also serves a variety of Vietnamese and Thai noodle dishes, dumplings, and fried rice in addition to sushi. The pho is served in a tasty house-made beef broth with rare beef or shredded chicken, while their Vietnamese ramen features pork belly and shredded pork, egg noodles, bok choy, and a poached egg in a pork broth. The pork and ginger gyoza, as well as the Sambal beef and kimchi in a hot chili broth, are highlights of the dumpling menu.
Things to Do in Market Common
Market Commons shops originally opened their doors in 2008, and they currently host some of the world's most famous boutiques and eateries. Among the most popular eateries are Travinia, PF Changs, and Gordon Biersch. Some of the well-known retailers and boutiques in Market Common include Williams-Sonoma, Tommy Bahama, Victoria Secret, Barnes and Nobles, and the new CitiMac Apple Store. The region is home to a number of parks, magnificent sports fields, the VA Clinic, and Horry Georgetown Technical College. There is something for everyone in Myrtle Beach's Market Common.
Franklin G. Burroughs- Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum
In June 1997, the Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum opened its doors for the first time. A select group of Myrtle Beach visionaries, including artists, art lovers, business leaders, cultural enthusiasts, and other private people, worked tirelessly to bring the museum to fruition.The Art Museum is located at Springmaid Villa, a 1924 seaside home built by textile magnate Eugene Cannon and later sold to Colonel Elliot White Springs for use by his family and Springs Industries officials. In 1975, the Villa was sold again, and it was scheduled to be demolished.
Springmaid Villa's existence was contingent on its transfer, according to Gaye Sanders Fisher, President of the Waccamaw Arts and Crafts Guild. The 150-ton building was carried to its new location eight miles south with the help of Myrtle Beach Councilman Harry Charles and his wife, a team of municipal employees, utility workers, and every member of the Waccamaw Arts and Crafts Guild.
The Myrtle Beach Farms Company, which is now the Burroughs & Chapin Company, provided the property for the Villa's current home. The Springmaid Villa Art Museum Corporation was established, and after a decade of fundraising by an auxiliary group known as Friends of the Villa, the Museum opened in June 1997. In honor of the generous land grant, the museum was renamed the Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum. The Museum's facility was bought by the City of Myrtle Beach in 2001, and the city promised to preserve the exterior and grounds while leasing it back to the Museum. Since it was no longer bound by a mortgage, the Museum began offering free entry in June of 2003.
The Museum now contains 11 galleries with a total display area of 3,600 square feet, as well as a tearoom and a big lecture room. The Museum's permanent collection of regional artwork and maps is the Waccamaw Arts and Craft Guild Purchase Award Collection 1970-1983. The art gallery building is connected to an art education complex that houses an art library, studio classrooms, a gift shop, and storage space for the museum's collection.
The Museum, which strives to be one of the best visual arts museums in the Carolinas, hosts a variety of exhibitions that rotate every three to four months and feature a wide range of artists and their work, including paintings, textiles, sculptures, photography, video, ceramics, assemblage, and collage. Ansel Adams, Frank Lloyd Wright, Norman Rockwell, John James Audubon, the Gee's Bend Quilters, Jasper Johns, Jonathan Green, and Brian Rutenberg have all had works displayed at the Museum.
The Art Museum tries to engage the community and tourists via interactive, informative, and artistic activities for people of all ages. Saturday Art Adventures for ages 5–12, a Teen Art Program (TAP) for ages 13–18, and a monthly Mommy & Me session for children 2-4 are all part of the Museum's large Kids Art program. Summer Kids Art Camps and free group tours inspired by the exhibition are offered during the Art Museum's summer shows via the Kids Art program. All year long, you may have tea and cookies on the tea porch, which overlooks the Atlantic Ocean. This great little art museum is a wonderful little secret of Myrtle Beach and it provides an enjoyable afternoon for any art lover.