Resort Residential District Changes Proposed to North Myrtle Beach City Council

NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – A City Council meeting will be held Monday, August 3, at City Hall Council Chambers to propose changes to the R-4 zoning district

The R-4 (Resort Residential District) would allow single-family detached, semi-detached, patio, two-family (duplex), multiplex (triplex and quadruplex), townhouse developments, multi-family, including garden apartments, medium and high rise, detached single-family developments without lot limits, boarding houses, vacation homes, hotels, motels, inns and lodges, accessory uses usually incidental to residences and hotels, motels, inns, lodges and vacation homes, and parking lots .

The maximum building height for this neighborhood is ninety feet, with the exception of hotels/motels, resort accommodations and multi-family uses which may exceed the ninety foot height limit. one floor of units for each full level of parking deck construction above ground level under the main building. building not exceeding 4 additional floors of units.

Shep Guyton, authorized agent of Waterway Rust LLC, requested the city to annex +/- 55.57 acres adjacent to the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway and SC Highway 31. “Permenter Tracts Annexation and ZoningApplication.”

The subject property is vacant and unimproved. The surrounding land uses are vacant, single family (Pelican Bay), county and service (Grand Strand Airport) in the city of North Myrtle Beach. Adjacent zoning districts are R-4 (Resort Residential District) in the City of North Myrtle Beach and CFA (Commercial Forestry Agriculture) in the county. Upon annexation, the estates would be designated as R-4.

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The Planning Commission held a public hearing on July 2, 2015. The Commission voted 6 to 0 to recommend approval of the annexation and zoning designation, citing recognition of substantial changes or changing conditions in a locality particular.

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