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Coastal Grand Mall

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Coastal Grand-Myrtle Beach mall

Opening | March 17

Location | U.S. 17 Bypass just south of U.S. 501 at Harrelson Boulevard

Specialty retailers | 300,000 square feet

Restaurants | 40,000 square feet

Free-standing outparcels | 20

Site | 170 acres

Architect | MSTSD Inc., Atlanta

General Contractor | EMJ Corp., Chattanooga, Tenn. INSIDE

-104 skylights

-436 food court seats

-6,924 tons of structural steel and metal joist

-25,000 square feet of floor tile

-23,000 square feet of wood flooring

-26,500 square feet of carpet

-29,000 square feet of colored concrete


-6,073 parking spaces

-13,000 square feet of tabby walls

Stores committed as tenants

Abercrombie & Fitch

After Hours

American Eagle

Andy Owings Music Center

Ann Taylor Loft

Auntie Anne's Pretzels

Bath & Body Works

Bed Bath & Beyond


Body Shop

Brookstone Inc.


Champs Sporting Goods

Charley's Steakery

Charlotte Russe




Dairy Queen

Dick's Sporting Goods


Electronics Boutique

Express/Express Men

Fast Fix Jewelry

Finish Line

Foot Locker

Friedman's Jewelers


Glamour Nails

GNC (General Nutrition Center)

Goldmine Jewelers


Hallmark Cards

Hat World

Hollister Co.

Hot Topic

Island Resort Wear


Jungle Fun

Kay Jewelers


Kligs Kites

Lane Bryant


Limited Too

Marble Slab Creamery


Motherhood Maternity

Mrs. Fields Cookies

New York & Company

Nextel Cellular

No Fear

Pacific Sunwear

Payless ShoeSource

Picture People

Rack Room Shoes


Red Lobster

Reeds Jewelers


Sansei Japanese

Sbarro the Italian Eatery


Silver Belles

Smokey Bones

Sports Fan-Attic

Sticky Fingers

Sun Com

Swim 'N Sport


The Children's Place

The Magic Shop

The Shoe Dept.

Things Remembered

Trade Secret

Victoria's Secret

Vitamin World

Wee R. Sweetz

Wet Seal

Worley's Wonder

Zales Jewelers

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I had the chance to go to that mall Friday and it was wonderful inside many wonderful shops and many new things its a great building and anyone that gets a chance should visit this mall. Nice pictures by the way somestyle

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Welcome to the forum! Its good to have another SC forumer around.

I hope to go to Myrtle Beach this summer at some point, and I will have to go see this very large mall.

Was it really crowded?

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what is the condition of the older malls in the area, like Mrytle Square? Will they be able to compete or does everyone think they will eventually close?

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I suspect it will either have to be rennovated or razed. Considering where it is, I suspect someone will redevelop that property for something.

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I read that a TON of wetlands were destroyed by the development of that mall. It's incredibly sad. I mean, let's be honest, was Myrtle Beach really hurting for more shopping. It already had two malls, Broadway at the Beach, Barefoot Landing, and a slew of various Outlet Malls. I bet if you looked at the amount of retail space in Broadway at the Beach you could easily out do most major cities malls in square footage. The only difference is that the walkways are outside instead of enclosed which cuts down on the square footage numbers.

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What's the total square footage for the mall? From the aerials it doesn't look that big, but I do see room for two more additional anchor stores in the future. Is the Briarcliff(?) Mall still open, just north of Myrtle Beach?

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I used to live in Myrtle Beach in the late 80's and Burroughs & Chapin ran that town. They tried to build a huge residential/commercial development in a flood plain in Columbia a few years back, and got the door slammed in their faces. Thank God! B&C thought they could run all over the Columbia folks the way they routinely do the M.B. folks, but they learned differently. They hired the biggest lobbyists money could buy, Republican and Democrat, but to no avail.

BTW, Briarcliffe Mall was renamed Colonial Mall.

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