N. Myrtle Beach OKs Robbers Roost Development Plans


nmbThe North Myrtle Beach planning commission approved plans for residential and commercial development at the site of the old Robber’s Roost golf course with comments by city staff that the residential development be done with sensitivity to the residents of the Shadow Moss condominiums, according to city spokesman Pat Dowling.

The staff comments, which Dowling said were limited to development of the 155 homes in an area called the Neighborhood, said that lights on streets adjoining Shadow Moss be wary of light pollution into the condo area.

Staff also wants landscaping in the same area to protect the integrity of Shadow Moss.

The Shadow Moss condominiums are situated in an area between the Neighborhood and the commercial development.


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