Developers built towering condominium projects on land that was freed from oceanfront building restrictions at Cherry Grove in North Myrtle Beach. The state loosened the rules because taxpayers spent $20 million widening the beach at Cherry Grove, a section of North Myrtle Beach long known for its beach houses and homey feel. State legislators are tightening the rules after years of discussion.
Developers built towering condominium projects on land that was freed from oceanfront building restrictions at Cherry Grove in North Myrtle Beach. The state loosened the rules because taxpayers spent $20 million widening the beach at Cherry Grove, a section of North Myrtle Beach long known for its beach houses and homey feel. State legislators are tightening the rules after years of discussion. TIM DOMINICK/The State
Developers built towering condominium projects on land that was freed from oceanfront building restrictions at Cherry Grove in North Myrtle Beach. The state loosened the rules because taxpayers spent $20 million widening the beach at Cherry Grove, a section of North Myrtle Beach long known for its beach houses and homey feel. State legislators are tightening the rules after years of discussion. TIM DOMINICK/The State

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