North Myrtle Beach Condo Developers Offering Buyer Incentives For New Prince Resort

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Beach lovers and fisherman visiting the Grand Strand will find their favorite Cherry Grove Beach Pier in the midst of a plush new luxury resort as it approaches proposed opening this summer…

Premier resort developers Strand Capital Group LLC, and the area's dominant marketing company, New are offering substantial savings for buyers of the second phase of the fabulous Prince Resort @ The Cherry Grove Pier.

Prince Resort is the largest and most sought-after luxury condo project in North Myrtle Beach, and essentially the last of its kind for the area.

The resort is located and constructed around the historic Cherry Grove Pier. Spear-headed by the Prince family, who have owned and operated the pier and the Holiday House Hotel next door for decades, Prince Resort will be done in three stages.

Phase I, the oceanfront tower immediately set in front of the pier, is under construction and progressing smoothly. Phase II, across Ocean Boulevard from the beach and pier, was released last month. This luxury building offers spectacular views of both the ocean and the Cherry Grove inlet, as well as its own private 9th floor pools, lazy rivers, and other state of the art amenities.

The developers are offering a limited number of buyers a 1% credit towards closing costs, and New Resorts is also adding another 1% towards closing costs, in an effort to expedite the initial sales.

These are limited time offers, subject to ending at any time. Buyers interested in vacation rental property and those looking for preconstruction investing should contact New Resorts immediately to assure the best views and choice of units.

About North Myrtle Beach

North Myrtle Beach is located approximately 10 miles north of the actual city of Myrtle Beach. It generally presents less of a traffic problem, feels more residential, and is the home of the state dance, "The Shag". Main Street in the Ocean Drive section hosts the quarterly gathering of fans of this baby-boomer dance, called the SOS or "Society of Shaggers". Much of the ambiance of North Myrtle Beach is felt by the vacationers who have spent summers there for 3 or more generations, and several of the original nightclubs and amusements still remain, although remodeled, and in some cases physically relocated back from the beachfront.

To the south of Ocean Drive are the two residential beaches known as Crescent Beach and Windy Hill. Presently they are separated by the two-block city of Atlantic Beach, which is not incorporated into the city of North Myrtle Beach at this time. Crescent and Windy Hill are largely made up of homes and high-rise condos, and are even less commercial than Ocean Drive, and to its north, Cherry Grove Beach.

About Cherry Grove Beach

Cherry Grove, and Cherry Grove Inlet are located at the most northern point of North Myrtle Beach, and up until recently consisted of small mom and pop hotels, lines of channel houses bordering the marshland, and North Myrtle Beach's only pier, the Cherry Grove Pier. It has a small "main street" of its own, boasting a large grocery/sporting goods/gift shop/hardware store/laundry that is a historic landmark known as Boulineau's. In the past couple of years the hotels have almost all been replaced with low and high-rise condo projects.

The Prince Resort is situated in front of the pier, which was built in the 1950's, and renovated several times since from hurricane and storm damage. The Cherry Grove Pier reaches 985 feet out into the ocean and is a favorite of fishermen from all over. After Hurricane Hugo destroyed much of the pier in 1989, it was rebuilt with an observation deck for wonderful panoramic views of the Atlantic, and a popular restaurant to add an extra attraction to the area.

About The Prince Resort

Most of North Myrtle Beach has been converted to condominiums and with little oceanfront land left, and new zoning laws, the Prince Resort in Cherry Grove will probably be the last of the large luxury resorts to be built. There are two phases to the construction. Phase one, oceanfront and directly in front of the pier is now progressing in construction. Phase two is across Ocean Boulevard from the first towers, and offers views both to the ocean and to the marsh, or inlet. Pre-sales are now being offered for this marshview complex, which is proposed to begin early this year and to be completed in early 2007.

Both phases of the resort will offer 1, 2, and 3 Bedroom suites and lock-outs both oceanfront and ocean-view. Amenities include several indoor/outdoor pools, lazy rivers, luxury designer furnishings, and the sought-after premiums such as crown molding, granite countertops, luxury appliance packages, extra-large oceanfront balconies, and every extra the discerning vacationer could desire.

About Prince Phase II

The phase II tower is the second of three luxurious towers offering breathtaking Ocean View and/or Marsh Views from every unit. Located across Ocean Boulevard, the developers have put extra planning into the site location, so that this tower does boast some clear views to the ocean not normally available in a second row tower.

All oceanfront amenities are available to this tower as well as a private plaza with a pool and lazy river atop the parking garage. These are nice-sized units with fabulous finishes.

Prince Resort will be unchallenged as the consummate favorite accommodations for North Myrtle Beach vacationers in the coming years.

The Grand Strand area has been ranked the number ONE favorite coastal destination and labeled the second fastest growing metropolitan area through 2005. ESCAPE HOMES reported Myrtle Beach to be number 4 out of 200,000 searches for second homes.

The state is rushing to improve the highways and entrances to the beaches, and several new airlines are now servicing the area as well, preparing for more growth in tourism and vacation accommodations.

For more information and to reserve your Phase II unit today, contact David O'Connell at 843-455-5500, or visit the website link below and use the contact form provided.

Prince Resort at the Cherry Grove Pier
2423 US 17 South
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
(843) 455-5500


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