St. James Square is an exciting new community located within the heart of Myrtle Beach. Dock Street Communities is proud to offer the beaches newest Pedestrian-Oriented Mixed Use Lifestyle Center. St. James Square offers well-appointed Carriage and Live/Work Townhomes to people seeking a new but old idea about the community they want to live in.

St. James Square is a “Traditional Neighborhood Development”. Here you are close to everything you ever possibly could dream of. Located less than a mile from the “Blue” Atlantic Ocean, your future home is nestled in a quant village with boutique shops and some of the best restaurants nearby on the strand. The setting is somewhat similar to the towns of old like Charleston to our south where your front door is a portal to the classical architecture and a sense of timelessness.

The residents of St. James Square can enjoy a short stroll as they make there way to Broadway at the Beach or recreational parks. In addition to the outdoor activities available, St. James Square is within walking distance of Banks, a Bi-Lo grocery store at Plantation Point Shopping Center, and professional services. Those residents with children will be glad to know that all of the Myrtle Beach area schools are located within a mile of the community.

We encourage you to come and visit us to see for yourself the opportunity that awaits you at St. James Square Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

St James Square Amenities

If location is everything, then St James Square has everything:

Less than a mile from:
Myrtle Beach pristine white-sand beaches and blue Atlantic Ocean
Exciting entertainment, shopping, and restaurants Broadway at The Beach
All of Myrtle Beach area public schools & St. Andrews private school
Three banking of the areas finest banking centers
A like new Bi-Lo Grocery
A quality Pharmacy/Convenience store
Vitamin/ Health food store
A variety of great restaurants
Pepper Geddings Recreation Center
Coastal Federal Field (Home of the Pelicans an Atlanta Braves)
Boutique Shops
Myrtle Beach Tennis Center

Myrtle Wood Golf Course
Seaboard Commons Shopping Center
Pine Lakes Country Club
Professional Office Par

The future is looking bright for Myrtle Beach and “The Grand Strand”. It is projected to be second in metropolitan growth in the U.S. for the next ten years. Myrtle Beach ranks third in future job growth for the nations three hundred largest metropolitan areas. Tourism is a $5 billion dollar industry along “The Grand Strand” with an estimated 14.5 million visitors annually. This is expected to grow to 20 million visitors by the year 2008. According to Southern Living Magazine, Myrtle Beach is the second favorite beach in the south and the third most popular family destination in the U.S. Myrtle Beach is also referred to as the “Golf Capital of the World”.

In addition to world-class golf and beautiful white-sand beaches, families and friends will enjoy boutique & specialty shopping, remarkable restaurants, exciting entertainment, and about everything else to entice the most diverse interest. Here are just a few things to do in Myrtle Beach.

A shoppers dreams includes miles of boardwalk, hundreds of specialty shops, plenty of factory outlet stores, and numerous restaurants. Walk Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach or enjoy Broadway at the Beach in the heart of Myrtle Beach. Add to the above list art galleries, furniture and interior design stores, and hundreds of independent retail establishments eager to please the most discriminating shoppers.

With more than 1,650 full-service restaurants waiting to serve you, the choices are endless. The Myrtle Beach area is famous for fabulous, fresh seafood, and we serve it up every way under the sun.

The Grand Strand is well stocked with theaters, nightclubs, discos, sports bars, beach clubs, and other hot spots. You’ll never run out of things to do after dinner.

Parks & Gardens
Huntington Beach State Park is one of the most popular parks in South Carolina, and is noted for its diverse habitats and a wide array of wildlife. Brookgreen Gardens, the worlds largest and most breathtaking outdoor sculpture garden, showcases more than 900 works spanning the entire period of American sculpture.

The Grand Strand is proud to be home to the Pelican, an Atlanta Braves Carolina league Class-A team. The Coastal Federal field serves as the team’s home field.

Enjoy professional and amateur racing on a half-mile, tri-oval track sanctioned by NASCAR.

Myrtle Beach area fishing can be enjoyed from one of eights fishing piers, along the 60-mile stretch of beach, charter a deep-sea voyage, as well as in backwater creeks between Little River and Georgetown.

Enjoy all kinds of water sports including sailing, canoeing, kayaking, surfing, and many other personal watercrafts. Rentals are offered in many areas along the coast.

Play tennis on one of the more than 200 courts with a variety of surfaces.

Cheer on the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers, the areas collegiate sports team. The Chanticleers compete at the highest level of college sports – NCAA Division I and field 17 sports programs. Tickets are affordable and discounts are available for students and senior citizens. There are approximately 4.2 million rounds of golf played annually on the area’s 120 golf courses. Located on the beautiful northern coast of South Carolina along “The Grand Strand”, Myrtle Beach is a vacation spot to many for beach, golf and leisure activities. So why not make your home a permanent vacation with an exciting new opportunity at St. James Square Myrtle Beach, South Carolina? Located in the “Heart” of Myrtle Beach, St. James Square you are half way to everything that “The Grand Strand” has to offer. But much more important is that your new home at St. James Square is located in the areas newest “lifestyle center”.

Category: Neighborhood

- May 30, 2019

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