Nance Plaza receives $4,500 grant
Myrtle Beach’s Nance Plaza has received a Placemaking Grant from the National Association of Realtors® to assist in its upcoming makeover. The $4,500 grant will be used by the Coastal Carolinas Association of Realtors® (CCAR), in partnership with Myrtle Beach’s Downtown Development Office. The funds will help add additional landscaping and seating to prepare Nance Plaza as a main feature of the city’s new Arts & Innovation District.
“CCAR is honored to be part of the continued beautification of Nance Plaza and to play a small role in the transformation of the Myrtle Beach downtown area. The Arts & Innovation District will be the cornerstone of the re-birth of a vibrant downtown, attracting locals and visitors,” said Laura Crowther, Coastal Carolinas Association of Realtors® CEO. The grant does not require matching funds from the city.
Placemaking Grants are awarded to help Realtors® create new public spaces and destinations in their community. For more information, contact Downtown Development Director Lauren Clever at firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about the National Association of Realtors® Placemaking Grant program, see https://realtorparty.realtor/community-outreach/placemaking.
Shown here is the extension of Nance Plaza underway now between the Mashburn Construction office and the new brewery.