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South Carolina’s 2nd largest mall to be redeveloped

Al Urbanski
Coastal Grand

Visitors to Myrtle Beach will soon be turning somersaults over what’s going on at the tourist town’s most popular mall.

A 53,000-sq.-ft. Flip N Fly trampoline park will be part of a redevelopment of Coastal Grand, a million-sq.-ft. mall that is the second-largest in South Carolina next to Simon’s Haywood Mall in Greenville. Dick’s Sporting Goods will add a Golf Galaxy and relocate to a new building near the Dillard’s anchor store.

“We are successfully executing our redevelopment strategy of adding new, in-demand retail and other uses to enhance the customer experience, including over 850,000 square feet of new-to-market entertainment offerings across over a dozen properties,” said CBL CEO Stephen Lebovitz.

The Coastal Grand location will be the second Flip N Fly in the CBL portfolio. The first is located at Mayfaire in Wilmington, North Carolina. Other tenants include Sears, Belk, Old Navy, Bed Bath & Beyond, and a Cimemark Theater.

Construction on the new Dick’s Sporting Goods/Golf Galaxy store will begin in early 2020. 

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