Myrtle Beach officials hope development happens soon on former Pavilion, mall sites

Seen as a blemish on the city, some Myrtle Beach officials, residents and tourists say they would like to see permanent development on the large pieces of land owned by Burroughs & Chapin Co. Inc. that now only see small bursts of action when special events use them. Burroughs & Chapin declined to comment for this story, including answering questions about any future development on the properties and the vacant lots’ impact on the community.

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