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Sands Companies Begins Construction on Phase II of Seaglass Cottage Apartment Homes in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Sands Companies, a full-service, vertically integrated multifamily development and construction firm, began construction on the second phase of Seaglass Cottage Apartment Homes in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. This phase of the horizontal cottage-style apartment homes brings 99 additional units to the already completed 349-unit first phase of the community.

Located on Doveshell Drive, the second phase of Seaglass Cottage Apartment Homes, part of the charming and established Barefoot Landing Resort in North Myrtle Beach, will include 92 one- and two-story cottages consisting of two and three-bedroom units ranging from 924 square feet to 1,633 square feet. The project is expected to be completed in the winter of 2024.

“We’re delighted to expand this already desirable community of cottage homes in Myrtle Beach,” said Sands President Joe Morrison. “We love redefining what a rental home means and making rental units feel like anything but. The second phase of Seaglass features amenities that are unheard of in the industry. We can’t wait to see what our residents think of them!”

The second phase of Seaglass begins as phase one reaches 100% occupancy and will feature unique amenities compared to traditional rental communities on the market. Individual units will feature first-of-its-kind private splash pools, pet yards and attached garages in select homes. Other interior features include open floorplans with high ceilings, luxury plank flooring and large kitchen islands.

Community amenities live up to its coastal and relaxed aesthetic with a resort-inspired pool with a sun deck, courtyards throughout the community, a private beach located on the property as well as shuttle access to Myrtle Beach.

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