By Anuradha Kher, Online EditorMyrtle Beach, S.C.–Construction on the North Beach Towers, located on a 7 ½-acre island between the Atlantic Ocean and White Point Swash in North Beach Plantation, has been topped out.North Beach Plantation is a 60-acre resort community located at the southernmost end of North Myrtle Beach, S.C.The 18-story Indigo and Jasmine Towers, being built by Winchester Development, are joined by an arched entrance with two bridges. They feature a two-story restaurant, lounge and concierge area. The towers have a 2.75-acre water park, a swim-up pool bar, private cabanas and indoor water amenities along with the natural beauty of the oceanfront. All units feature oceanfront views and nine-ft. ceilings, double door entry, granite kitchen and bath countertops; custom cabinets; upgraded appliances; large walk-in closets; porcelain tiled entry, kitchen and bath, and floor-to-ceiling glass opening onto massive oceanfront balconies. The project offers 320 one, two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom units as well as a three-bedroom townhouse option.Construction on the Towers started in late 2006 and closings are expected in January 2009. The North Beach Towers will be the first completed phase in the North Beach Plantation planned development that covers more than 60 acres from Hwy 17 to the oceanfront. The resort community will offer a variety of housing options, spa, fitness and conference center, boutique retail space and exciting dining options. It is estimated to have a $1 billion economic impact on the North Myrtle Beach area when completed in approximately five years.Prices of units at the two towers range from $529,900 to $1.99 million. The Hoffman Group, Myrtle Beach’s Oceanfront Property Specialists, is handling the sales and marketing of the North Beach Project.
Myrtle Beach Twin Towers To be Complete by 2009
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