Wetlands STOP WORK order placed on Market Common development

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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 MyrtleBeachSC.com

The City of Myrtle Beach placed a stop work order on a construction site for a planned Market Common development designed for future housing along Meyers Avenue.

High Market II, at Market Common, was recently permitted by the city for development, but is now under a stop work order after the developer apparently cleared the entire 10 + acres.

6+/- acres of the 10+ acres are recorded as protected Wetlands per US Corps of Engineers, as well as, SC DHEC.

Said City of Myrtle Beach Public Information Officer, Mark Kruea,  “A wetlands area was cleared impermissibly, and that’s the basis for the stop-work order.” 

The owner of the land is Preeminent Property, LLC. The registered agent for Preeminent Property is Myrtle Beach Lawyer, James H. Dusenbury. MyrtleBeachSC News reached out to Dusenbury. He has not returned our call.

It is unclear at this time when the stop work order will be lifted, if ever.

Homes at High Market II are listed for sale by Penny Boling and Associates with units starting in the $300,000.00 range.

Blanton Site works of North Myrtle Beach was responsible for preparing the Market Common Development land for future construction.

Blanton Site Works
Blanton Site Works of North Myrtle Beach did the site work for the land.
Market Common Housing Developer
Preeminent is listed as the land owner
Stop Order placed because of wetlands issues

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