Myrtle Beach Timeshare Resort closed for structural problems

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David Hucks is a 12th generation descendant of the area we now call Myrtle Beach, S.C. David attended Coastal Carolina University and like most of his family, has never left the area. David is the lead journalist at

A Myrtle Beach Timeshare Resort, the Beach House Golf and Racquet Club is nowhere near reopening. The resort is closed for structural engineer issues.

Capital Vacations, the resort’s management company, informed timeshare owners last month that the resort will likely remain closed for the remainder of the year.

Engineers discovered structural problems in the main building that houses the front desk, corresponding offices, fitness center, activity center, and laundry facility in July, leading to a sudden closure of the resort.

According to Capital Vacations, the closure would only last a few weeks while crews installed a shoring system.

Engineers discovered the need for “major repairs” after the installation, however, according to the management company.

Misha Foust began packing for vacation at the end of the summer, but soon realized she didn’t need to go.

“We were told it wouldn’t be closed for long, and it would reopen in September,” Foust said. “My week is in September, so I called and asked, ‘Are you going to be open for my week?’, and they replied, ‘No, it won’t be open for a very long time.’

Capital Vacations is giving the Myrtle Beach Timeshare Resort timeshare owners until the end of this month to choose one of four options, including a buyout, Foust said.

According to Capital Vacations, engineers are still working to determine the building’s structural integrity and expect to share their findings within two months.

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