Craig Davis Properties Receives Certificate of Occupancy for New Myrtle Beach Multifamily Development

Craig Davis Properties (CDP) receives a certificate of occupancy for 252-unit multifamily Banks at Bridgewater development

CARY, NC — Commercial development group Craig Davis Properties added another South Carolina project to the list of ready-to-use properties with the completion of the Banks at Bridgewater. The multifamily property in Little River, SC passed all inspections and the first wave of residents began moving in on November 5th.

Located in the Bridgewater Myrtle Beach area, the Banks at Bridgewater community showcases resort-style amenities- from floor to ceiling windows and walk-in closets to nature trails and a saltwater pool. Banks at Bridgewater also combines the everyday convenience of multifamily living with the stress free vacation lifestyle.

“As the multifamily market grows, customers are increasingly seeking living communities that go above and beyond your everyday amenities,” said CEO and founder Craig Davis. “Banks at Bridgewater is in a prime location, close to restaurants, shopping and entertainment. This project will be a great addition to the region as Little River and the surrounding areas continue to grow.”

Banks at Bridgewater is located at 719 Lantern Walk Way, Little River, SC 29566. The 252-unit property is actively leasing one, two and three bedroom apartments. To view floorplans, schedule a tour or get in contact, visit:

About Craig Davis Properties

Founded by Craig Davis, former NCSU basketball player and Triangle resident in 1988, Craig Davis Properties (CDP) has grown into an industry leader in the development of community-building projects throughout North Carolina and the Southeast. CDP’s broad portfolio of projects range from commercial to multifamily communities that offer a diverse, modern lifestyle and an appealing environment to live and work. The company has developed over 8 million square feet of multifamily, office, industrial and mixed-use products throughout North Carolina and the Southeast and has an additional 2,000 multifamily units currently in the pipeline in the Carolinas.

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