ResortQuest Opens in Myrtle Beach, Offering Both Lavish Lodging and Luxury Living

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Leading Vacation Rental Company, ResortQuest, to manage luxury apartments for both vacationers and long-term residents in New Urban Village, The Market Common, Myrtle Beach. The Market Common development features upscale shopping, dining, and theaters in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

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The Market Common is the hottest new destination in the Grand Strand with popular retail and restaurants such as Tommy Bahama, P.F. Chang's China Bistro, Pottery Barn, Williams- Sonoma, Grand 14 Cinemas and more.

ResortQuest International, Inc., a leading Vacation Rental Management and Real Estate Company, has expanded its portfolio by introducing a new office location in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. ResortQuest will manage Myrtle Beach vacation rentals, residential living and Real Estate at The Market Common, a new, amenity-rich development catering to both vacationers and long-term renters who enjoy the variety and luxuries of urban living near the beach.

Developer, McCaffery Interests, designed this 121-acre multi-use site to feature the finest restaurants, retail space and residential properties complemented by beautifully landscaped parks, lakes and a public square.    

"The Market Common is the hottest new destination in the Grand Strand with popular retail and restaurants such as Tommy Bahama, P.F. Chang's China Bistro, Pottery Barn, Williams- Sonoma, Grand 14 Cinemas and more." comments Daniel McCaffery, McCaffery Interests. "We have created a true urban village where people can shop, live, work, play and now vacation - thereby adding a positive and exciting new element to the overall mixed-use concept."

"The Market Common offers an uncommon vacation and living experience, but one that meets the high standards of our customers," says Park Brady, CEO of ResortQuest. "We've had our eye on Myrtle Beach for some time but wanted to wait for an opportunity that truly suited our brand. The Market Common is that opportunity because it offers far more than living and vacation accommodations; it offers the kind of sophisticated lifestyle experiences customers can expect at all our ResortQuest locations."

Vacationers and long-term renters have the choice of studios as well as one- and two-bedroom apartments of up to 1500 square feet, many with separate dens. "Our stylish floor plans make it almost as much fun to stay in as to go out," says David Washburn, General Manager of ResortQuest Myrtle Beach. "And that's a pretty strong statement considering The Market Common is surrounded by over 100 golf courses and has world-class beaches and fishing nearby."

Vacationers and apartment seekers alike are invited to explore all the opportunities at The Market Common by getting in touch with David and his staff at 1-877-869-5962 or They can also visit the ResortQuest Myrtle Beach office at 3410-A Phillis Boulevard, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577.

Detailed information of The Market Common condominium floor plans, as well as dining, retail, and amenities, can be found at

About ResortQuest
ResortQuest, one of the nation's leading vacation rentals and resort real estate companies, provides a one-stop resource in North America's premier resort destinations, ResortQuest is the largest marketer and management company of vacation condominiums and home rentals in the U.S. ResortQuest Real Estate is one of the nation's leading real estate companies focusing exclusively on resort properties, offering superior brokerage services in the country's premier beach, ski and golf destinations. For more information, visit

About McCaffery Interests
Established in 1991, McCaffery Interests is a privately held real estate asset development company specializing in the acquisition, development, leasing, and management of commercial and residential real estate properties nationwide. McCaffery Interests acquires and improves underutilized real estate assets and transforms them into developments that inspire the surrounding community, create opportunities and foster the ideals of smart urban growth and economic development. For more information, visit


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