Coastal Federal Field

The 20 acre, multi-purpose facility was designed to host municipal events, concerts as well as to meet the needs of the Myrtle Beach Pelicans, a minor league baseball team. The resulting design provides for a festive experience while maintaining the nostalgic feel of the turn of the century ballparks.

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2nd Avenue Pier

The 2nd Avenue Pier had been a central landmark of the Grand Strand. However, 75 years of hurricanes and aging had taken its toll. Myrtle Beach had begun its planning for a boardwalk, and the pier was to be its Southern anchor.

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2nd Avenue Pier

Anchor Bank

The former Anchor Bank of Myrtle Beach wanted to expand into the Georgetown area. The Board of Directors desired a prominent and recognizable structure that would meld into the conservative and historically minded Georgetown community. The proposed site was an outparcel fronting an existing shopping center and thus had to be accessible from all sides.

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Apogee Towers

Visualize twin towers rising oceanfront in a stylized V over an incredible array of water amenities plus 300’ of Atlantic coastline! Imagine a stunning ultra-modern “crowning touch” to the final three city blocks of an area setting the standard for new oceanfront development.

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Aqua Bay Resort

This project was completed through construction drawings in 2006. Being sited at an open street end, additional units were added along one side of the building to give in a “L” shape, with the side units having a great ocean view since there was no adjacent building.

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Atlantica Resort

This condominium tower was commissioned by the Anderson Family, owners of several older motels in Myrtle Beach.  They decided to replace one of these with a tower. The challenge here was to maximize the number of units on a single oceanfront lot of only 60 feet in width. 

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Atlantica Resort

Avalon Resort

This project was completed through permitting in 2006.  In spite of having enough pre-sales to obtain a construction loan, the Owner decided to wait for further contracts. The subsequent collapse of the real estate market curtailed the project.

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Avista Resort

This two tower condominium project (354 units) started out as a phased ocean front development.  Sales were so rapid that Phase 2 began while the Phase 1 was still under construction. The towers (each crescent shaped) form an arc embracing the view of the Atlantic Ocean beyond. The curved surface yields a longer façade, allowing for one additional stack of ocean-front units in each tower, as compared to what a rectangular building would generate. The selection of this form makes the project interesting aesthetically while furthering the project’s economics. 

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Avista Resort

Avista Resort - Phase 3

With construction almost complete on the first two phases of the Avista Resort, documents for a planned unit development (PUD) were submitteded as the intended addition to the existing parking garage.

 

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Barefoot Landing Shopping Complex

The Owner had purchased to redevelop an old shopping village and its surrounding acreage, including a freshwater lake created years before.  For the project to be viable, leasable area had to be increased, and shops had to be ready for the summer tourist season. Mozingo + Wallace recommended a fast track approach, with the shops built over and around the lake. Higher ground would be dedicated for required parking.

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Beach First

Mozingo + Wallace accomplished a complete interior design package for this building, including the built-in teller’s line and the check writing desk. A vaulted ceiling allows plenty of sunlight to brighten the interiors through the high windows in the gable ends. Interior offices have glazed walls facing the lobby, to continue to spread this natural lighting, and to show the public the staff at work on their community.
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Beach First Bank

Beach First Bank (currently South Carolina Bank & Trust) was established by local Grand Strand business men to service the Myrtle Beach economy. The group desired a casual, low-country architecture appealing to local depositors.

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Belin United Methodist Family Life Center

The 19,000 sq.ft. facility had to have the traditional presence of the existing sanctuary and surrounding architecture, while responding to the church’s growing, and more contemporary needs.

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Best Western

The McGonigal family operates this older 24-unit motel along with several others in the area. This one needed an exterior overhaul and an updating of its lobby area to retain the franchise rights. To accomplish this, the egress passageways were required to be updated to current codes by the City of North Myrtle Beach.

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Boulineau's Barnacle Gift Shop

The Boulineau family holdings in North Myrtle Beach included an older retail building in the Cherry Grove Section of North Myrtle Beach. However, this building was showing its age, and losing business to newer stores being built along the Boulevard and Sea Mountain Highway.

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Breakers Resort

Over the years, the Breakers Resort had expanded gradually into an oceanfront complex of 4 towers and an older 3 story motel, yet still received guests for its over 400 units in a cramped, 2 person office area. Mozingo + Wallace was commissioned to converting the street-side portion of the old motel into a new grand lobby.

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Breakers Resort

Bullwinkle's

Bullwinkle's Family Food 'n' Fun

Bullwinkle’s is a family oriented restaurant / arcade chain, out of California, themed to the cartoon show of the 60’s and 70’s. An East coast franchisee provided a floor plan, and then commissioned Mozingo + Wallace to develop a national design prototype and vernacular for typical future facilities.

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Bullwinkle's Family Food 'n' Fun

Burroughs & Chapin Pavilion

Burroughs & Chapin, the most established corporation in the Myrtle Beach area, invited several architectural firms to provide schematic designs for a two block site lining the boardwalk, and the ocean beyond. The restaurant retail development was to replace the old Pavilion. In creating the architecture, Mozingo + Wallace acknowledged the former landmark’s significance, and played upon the nostalgia and energy of the carnival-like atmosphere that it was renowned for.

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Butterfly Pavilion

Butterfly Pavilion (now Magiquest)

The developer engaged Mozingo + Wallace to design an exhibit of live exotic butterflies, through which the public could pass.  This large cylindrical center pavilion is a glass enclosure with a sloped roof. The venue had specific climate control as well as illumination criteria, critical to the butterfly’s habitation. 

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Captain's Quarters Waterslide Park

The proposed park is a distinct facility, under separate name, located directly across from Captain’s Quarters. It is a colorful series of banded waterslides, emanating from and wrapping around a tall, open air wooden tower. Capped by a thatched roof of palm leaves, it will be washed at night by rotating beacons of light, to be seen up and down the Boulevard.

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Carolina Sands Resort

This residential project consists of 9 living levels above 4 levels of parking, with additional parking in a matching garage across Ocean Boulevard.  There is a mix of two and three bedroom units, some with lock-outs, totaling 117 condominiums, all with balconies overlooking the Atlantic.  The use of extensive curtain wall glazing on the boulevard side manages to give this blocky building a light and airy aspect.

 

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CCU Baseball Complex

The Mozingo + Wallace schematic design proposal supplemented a submission of materials, in pursuit of the design commission for the Coastal Carolina University Baseball Complex. The existing playing field was to remain, while the new stadium and pedestrian plaza were to meld into the adjoining football, softball and tennis facilities.

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CCU Convocation Center/Field House

The Mozingo + Wallace schematic design proposal supplemented a submission of materials, in pursuit of the design commission for the new Basketball Fieldhouse and Convocation Center. The facility was programmed to be available on a daily basis for intramurals sports and exercise, to serve weekly as an arena for NCAA sanctioned University basketball and volleyball matches…….and to host, on occasion, larger convocation events.

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CCU Waites Island Research Center

The University President and Department Chair engaged Mozingo + Wallace to develop design schematics for a coastal research and science center on Waites Island, a coastal barrier off North Myrtle Beach. Two contrasting architectural styles were presented, one modern and the other of a more traditional character.

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Charis Resort

The Owners of the Myrtle Beach Christian Retreat use their current property to lease rooms to various churches and religious groups visiting the Grand Strand. In 2002, they began making plans to turn the property into an attraction as well as upgrade the living facilities.

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Cherry Hill Missionary Baptist Church

This Educational Center is the first phase of a multi-phase church property redevelopment. The master plan and shape of the structures were designed within and around a 100 year old grove of historic oak trees.  

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Coastal Federal Field

The 20 acre, multi-purpose facility was designed to host municipal events, concerts as well as to meet the needs of the Myrtle Beach Pelicans, a minor league baseball team. The resulting design provides for a festive experience while maintaining the nostalgic feel of the turn of the century ballparks.

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Community Assistance Center

Three local charities (the Community Kitchen, Helping Hand and Rainbow's End) combined their efforts, along with help from the city of Myrtle Beach, to have this building designed and built. Due to the differing natures of these three organizations, the facility had to be designed along the lines of a small strip shopping center.  

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Compass Cove Resort

The Owners of the existing Compass Cove Resort realized that the building’s exteriors needed an update to compete with the newer condominium buildings being constructed in the same area. The existing exteriors were rather bland, and much of the building obscured from passers-by because of the attached 3 story parking garage between the main building and the boulevard.

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Conway Recreation Center

Conway Recreation Center

While competing for the architectural contract, Mozingo + Wallace designed this multi-purpose facility for the City of Conway. The plan incorporates a gymnasium with dual competition basketball courts, an exercise facility, a natatorium, a dance studio, public meeting spaces, support offices and restrooms.

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Coral Beach Resort

Coral Beach’s owners wanted to enhance the street image of their existing hotel project. The unadorned existing garage extended nearly to the street, and obscured the rather unadorned mid-rise tower itself. It was difficult for arriving guests to determine where check-in parking was.

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Coral Beach Resort

Crown Reef - Waterslide Pool Enclosure

The proposed multi-deck expansion is to provide some shelter year round for the pool area, as well as create a multi-level sun deck above. An existing two level gazebo will be extended two stories and serve as a tower for three twisting, and intertwining, waterslides.

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CRPTA Myrtle Beach Terminal

The Coastal Area Rapid Transit Authority (CRPTA) hoped to obtain grants for the relocation and replacement of its existing 50-year old facility in Conway. Located on a 3-acre site available along the major route into Myrtle Beach, the central transportation station would link rail, buses, livery service and vehicular traffic with a proposed monorail on the upper level.

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CRPTA Offices & Terminal

The Coastal Rapid Transit Authority (CRPTA) had taken over and long used an old automobile dealership in Conway. The original building, built in the 1920’s in Art Deco style, had plenty of room at the rear for CRPTA’s bus mechanics and maintenance staff, but the front of the building had become inadequate for Horry County’s main bus terminal.

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CVS Pharmacy

The project was the redesign of the exterior of a standard CVS Pharmacy Store, done so that the CVS would match the planned future re-development of the old Magnolia Plaza Shopping Center. 

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Dayton House Resort

The Owners of the Dayton House wanted to upgrade the resort’s lobby and connect the two towers of the existing project with a pedestrian bridge. In 2001, they contracted M+W to design this connection.

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Divine Prime Steakhouse

Divine Prime Steakhouse at Market Common, and Roy and Sid’s American Kitchen are operated by the Divine Dining Group, which leased two adjoining spaces in this one building. In an unusual approach to food preparation, the two restaurants were to share the same kitchen, each with its own unique menu.

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Divine Prime Steakhouse

Dr. Seuss Pavilion - Brookgreen Garden

Brookgreen Gardens’ dedicated an area of its estate to create the Enchanted Storybook Forest, a collection of structures, designed just for kids by area architects, builders and artisans. Their handiwork provides a fun setting for youngsters to have the books they read.....come to life.

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Elliott Realty Office Renovation

Elliott Realty asked Mozingo + Wallace to rework the mid-block main entrance to their sales office. It was in actuality a side entrance, as it did not overlook the street. An out-of-context gambrel roof failed in an attempt to provide an identifiable feature for the office.

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Ernie Southern Sports Complex

Junior Ramsey, a local businessman, was attempting in 1994 to attract a minor league baseball team to Myrtle Beach. As part of this effort, he needed a concept to show to community leaders and potential backers on a 40-acre site just off 10th Avenue North. M+W designed both a stadium and an adjacent Baseball/Softball Complex based on Mr. Ramsey’s dream.

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First Presbyterian Family Life Center

The Family Life Center is Phase I of First Presbyterian’s new campus located off Grissom Parkway at 38th Avenue North, Myrtle Beach.  The facility was designed to accommodate a multitude of immediate needs, as well as to anticipate its future expansion.

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Florence Tennis Center

The City of Florence asked Mozingo + Wallace to produce concept drawings for a new building, housing a pro shop and community meeting space, at its existing tennis facility.

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Flounders

Elliott Realty asked Mozingo + Wallace to invigorate a tired seafood hut, with minor code compliance concerns. A prior attempt to expand dining capacity by adding an exposed deck above had exacerbated the problem. The deck covered the hut, and was without any feature that was identifiable for locals and tourists alike.

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Forestbrook Middle School

Master planning, site analysis, interior design, graphics and signage, selection and specification of finishes, furnishings and audio-visual equipment, interiors cost estimating and construction phase coordination services were all part of this project for the local school district.

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Georgetown County Aviation Terminal

The County desired a new general aviation terminal that established a welcoming presence for all its visitors, and also functioned as a multipurpose facility. The ground level houses air traffic control, a general aviation office, a lounge as well as accessory office space for the County’s Economic Development Administration.

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Georgetown County Aviation Terminal

Goose Creek Recreation Center

These drawings were produced at the request of the Recreation Director in 1994. The Rec Center was supported by a special tax district, and the director was working on an effort to obtain funds for an expansion. For this reason, the project was presented as an addition to the existing facility. The Director’s efforts fell short, so this particular project never advanced.

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Grand Strand Humane Society

The local Humane Society’s work had grown such that it needed to triple the size of its existing facility, one that was borrowed from the city of Myrtle Beach. After fund-raising, M+W was hired to design the new structure.

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Grand Strand Water & Sewer Authority

The Owner occupied an older building nearby, but due to its expansion, was overflowing that building. Their program called for a new office building to house all its central administration, excluding its field engineers, who were to take over the existing office building.

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Grand Strand Water & Sewer Authority

Grand Strand Water & Sewer Authority

Grande Dunes Specialty Shops

First Federal was exploring sites for a branch bank in 2003, and asked M+W regarding the possibilities at a corner site owned by the Burroughs and Chapin Company. While creating a preliminary plan for the bank, B&C requested that M+W expand the concept into a small retail center to be part of its overall Grande Dunes Development.

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HC South Strand Government Complex

This proposal was done as part of the presentation for the RFQ for the County’s new South Strand Government Complex.  The plans included both a comprehensive recreational area and an office building to provide access to the government services for the lower half of Horry County.

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HGTC - Barnes & Noble

A consideration during the renovation of Building 200 was the possibility of securing an expanded lease agreement with Barnes and Noble, its current textbook provider. At the time located on an inner Campus side the building, Barnes and Noble wanted to explore the option of moving to the opposite parking lot side, with additional exposure to a vehicular entrance to Coastal Carolina University and its student body.

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HGTC - Building 100 Renovations

Building 100 remains the two storied Administration Center of Horry Georgetown Technical College. It was built in 1966 to serve the original enrollment of 123 students. It had not received the architectural upkeep reflective of its role in the graduation of over 17,000 individuals.

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HGTC - Building 1000 Renovations

As part of the program to unite the campus architecture, HGTC engaged building envelope specialists to perform a mildly intrusive examination of the moisture problems plaguing Building 1000. Using this analysis as a basis, HGTC issued a Request for Qualification to architects that were capable of resolving both the problems of envelope, as well as provide an architecture that would complement and enhance the campus. 

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HGTC - Building 200 Renovations

Building 100 remains the two storied Administration center of Horry Georgetown Technical College. Building 200 was the attached classroom component of the original school, a backdrop building. Eventually, an industrial wing was center attached to this component, and housed a series of work laboratories for the various trades. 

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HGTC - Culinary Art Institute

The Culinary Art Institute is a collaborative effort of design professionals, led by Mozingo + Wallace (exterior envelope, construction administration) and LS3P (interior and systems layout). A primary component of the Horry Georgetown Technical College curricula, the Institute will introduce students to the fine art of food and beverage.

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HGTC - Dr. Fred C. Fore Wildlife Pavilion

The Wildlife Pavilion is a simple, but unique piece of architecture designed to serve as an outdoor classroom for both the forestry and wildlife programs, as well as to maintain equipment.

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Holiday Inn at the Pavilion

Having done a make-over of another of Doug Martin’s properties, Mr. Martin asked M+W to do the same with his Holiday Inn Pavilion. The existing hotel had a rather bland, flat gray exterior, with a blue metal roof over the office area extension at the front of the building.

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Horry County Animal Shelter

This is a campus of four separate buildings to house the county’s animal and insect control facility. All buildings are pre-engineered steel construction of standard sizes to keep costs at a minimum. The street front facades are veneered in brick with contrasting reveals to match the appearance of other governmental buildings at the Industrial Park.

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Hotel Blue

The Owners of the Tropical Winds Motel wanted to reinvent and invigorate their older property with exterior improvements as well as a new name……..Hotel Blue. 

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Hotel Blue

J. Bryan Floyd Community Center

With its expansion during the residential boom of the 2000/s, North Myrtle Beach had outgrown its existing Community Center/Recreation Complex. M+W was chosen to design the additions to the existing center, but in such a manner as to allow the existing facility to remain in operation during construction.

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J. Bryan Floyd Community Center

J. Bryan Floyd Community Center

Kingstree First Baptist Church

Mozingo + Wallace was asked to design a multipurpose addition, including a large Fellowship Hall, to the Kingstree First Baptist Church. It was to merge seamlessly with the two-storied classroom wing of the existing church, both inside and out.

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Kono Asian Grill

Having already had exterior renovations design done by another firm, the Owner of the dual restaurant Kono's and Kansas Steakhouse and Grill contracted M+W to help with the interior improvements. The Owner asked for something very unique, but had a very limited budget.

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Kono Asian Grill

Landmark Resort - PUD

A local developer owned a lot adjacent to the 15th Avenue South street end, immediately north of the existing Landmark Resort. The resort had recently converted from hotel to condominium status. It contained a convention center, a restaurant, ocean front pools and had a small water park being constructed. The owner wanted to merge the properties into a planned unit development (PUD), and explore the possibilites and potentials of such.

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Lands Inn Resort

This oceanfront hotel was constructed in the early eighty’s, but suffered severe storm damage to the property during Hurricane Floyd (1999).

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Loco Gecko

Loco Gecko Restaurant & Cantina

Mozingo + Wallace was asked to transform the vacant end of a motel with boulevard exposure. The existing structure was two story, cast- in-place concrete with concrete plank decking. A third, lower level emerges as grade falls off to the ocean. There was no architecture on this long narrow lot. It was standard fare motel with two long balconies to access the rental units with no ocean views.

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Lulu's Cafe

Mar Vista Beach Cottages

Before the site was joined into the Mar Vista Grande complex, the Owner considered its subdivision into six parcels, and the construction of a series of unique cottages, reminiscent of an architecture and lifestyle that once flourished in the North Myrtle Beach area.

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Mar Vista Grande Resort

This 160-unit condominium tower sits on one of the deeper oceanfront lots in North Myrtle Beach, which allowed for a fully compliant parking garage below the living levels. The lot area also made possible the unique mix of units, three and four bedrooms without any of the ‘shotgun’ one bedroom units that flood the Grand Strand market. These units were designed and sold as upscale condominiums.

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Mar Vista Grande Resort - Coffee Shop

Mar Vista Grande Resort decided to reclaim a support area, built partially below a garage ramp. Given its central location amidst vehicular drop-off, elevator lobby, pedestrian access, post office, etc., it had enough space and traffic to support a unique cafe.

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Marsh at Pawleys

This is a project that came too late in the Real Estate Boom, and was pulled by the developer while in the design development process. Sited on an inlet marsh, codes and ordinances limited the structure to three stories, and vehicles had to be garaged. The layout maximizes the density, while providing quaint detached garages.

 

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MB International Airport Canopies

The design program was to construct pedestrian canopies between existing parking areas and the main terminal which would provide would provide weather protection for patrons, as well as an improved sense of arrival and departure for this key component in promoting Myrtle Beach.

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MB International Airport Expansion East

As part of the presentation to procure the architectural commission, Mozingo + Wallace provided a simple extension of the existing terminal, but curved the façade to enhance the visibility for approaching vehicles.

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MB International Airport Expansion West

This architectural proposal was part of a submission to an RFQ for the commission of a new terminal at the existing Myrtle Beach International Airport. The area was clearly evolving into a resort destination, and the city Fathers wanted to upgrade, or even replace the arrival and departure facilities of the airport.

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MB Travel Park - Assembly Hall

The Travel Park asked Mozingo + Wallace to provide a design for a multipurpose building, which would continue and reinforce the architectural style of their earlier work, the General Store and the Bathhouse. The commission also involved linking this facility to an existing arcade building, and some improvements to it as well.

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MB Travel Park - Bathhouse

The Travel Park requested a prototype design for bath houses to replace its decades old wooden structures. Since the originals were built, new flood zone regulations had gone into effect. A standardized design had to include flood resistant construction. The bath houses could not be elevated and still meet accessibility requirements for the campground.

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Miyabi Japanese Restaurant

A chain restaurant design, M+W utilized the franchise’s standard template drawings and adjusted the floor plan to fit a site in Myrtle Beach’s Restaurant Row section.

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Murrells Inlet/Garden City Fire Station

The Murrells Inlet / Garden City main station is designed to contain most of the District’s fire-fighting apparatus and to act as disaster headquarters for the area during hurricane events. It is meant to be a standalone facility, with its own emergency generator and maintenance shop, capable of servicing most of its own equipment.

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Myrtle Beach Downtown Redevelopment

The Downtown Redevelopment Corporation hired Mozingo + Wallace to produce conceptual drawings on how buildings and streetscape might be redeveloped along Ocean Boulevard in the area just north of the Pavilion. .

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Myrtle Beach Indoor Sports Complex

In a continued effort to foster the sports tourism, the City of Myrtle Beach invited Mozingo + Wallace to submit a scheme for the Myrtle Beach Indoor Sports Facility. The site is located in the heart of the city, near hotels, restaurants and adjacent to the Convention Center. The program was simple, and budget driven: eight basketball courts, locker facilities, public restrooms, snack bar/café and support space.

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Myrtle Beach Middle School

Master planning, site analysis, interior design, graphics and signage, selection and specification of finishes, furnishings and audio-visual equipment, interiors cost estimating and construction phase coordination services all went into this project for the Horry County School District.

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Neighborhood Fire Stations

Periodically, Mozingo + Wallace has been asked to submit a RFQ for the design of a neighborhood fire station. Each resulting proposal has become a refinement of the prior, ultimately evolving into a very practical floor plan, with contextual elevations reflecting the particular neighborhood.

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NMB Chamber of Commerce

The newly formed North Myrtle Beach Chamber requested a small building with a street side presence to draw in visitors arriving along Highway 17 (Kings Highway). The response began with a large reception area to house an information desk and areas around the room with spaces for brochure displays.

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NMB Chamber of Commerce

NMB Chamber of Commerce

NMB Rescue Squad

Mozingo + Wallace has developed several designs for the North Myrtle Beach Rescue Squad headquarters, a non-profit organization. It has used the varied proposals to raise the funds for a new facility.

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North Myrtle Beach Beachfront Park

Asked to provide the architecture for an oceanfront public park, Mozingo + Wallace responded with a series of colorful structures. The park is identified from the beach by a curved concrete arbor, painted “North Myrtle Beach Blue”, which serves as one gateway to the park. 

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North Myrtle Beach Central Park

As the City of North Myrtle Beach continued to grow, it came to realize that it had to enhance the existing recreational facilities for its permanent residents, as well as to plan for its future participation in sports tourism. It commissioned Mozingo + Wallace to transform an existing complex with soil and drainage problems, into a prototype of what might be possible. The existing facility had two ball fields of different size, with the home plates positioned at diagonally opposite ends of the site. It was lacking restrooms and concession stand, and parking was stretched alongside the maintenance road.

 

 

 

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North Myrtle Beach Municipal Complex

The North Myrtle Beach Municipal Complex is a multi-phased project consisting of over 36,000 square feet. The project was designed and master planned such that the project could be constructed in phases as municipal funding became available.

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North Myrtle Beach Municipal Complex

North Myrtle Beach Primary School

The North Myrtle Beach Primary School was a 20,000 square foot facility for the Horry County School District with a total estimated construction cost of $2.2 Million.  The master plan was developed to establish long-range objectives for additions and renovations to the complex.  A problem-solving approach during development resulted in a comprehensive building program.

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North Myrtle Beach Sports Complex

The North Myrtle Beach Sports Complex is a multi-field, multi-purpose facility located on the interior side of Intracoastal Waterway, with direct access to the new bridge into the city. It is the byproduct of a desire to foster the sector of sports tourism, as well as to enrich the lives of its residents.

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North Myrtle Beach Street Ends

North Myrtle Beach, in trying to appease local citizens whose beach front access keeps dwindling due to High Rise construction along the strand, asked M+W to design public restrooms along with pedestrian plazas and parking spaces at two public street ends in the Crescent Beach Section of the city.

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Ocean View Baptist Church

Mozingo + Wallace was invited to participate in an open competition to evaluate planned additions and renovations to Ocean View Baptist Church, as proposed by the church design consultant, Anderton. From our review, it became evident that an alternate design could be more beneficial to the congregation and should be investigated further.

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Ocean View Baptist Church

Oceania Sales Center

The Shroff Investment Group, for whom Mozingo & Wallace has done several condominium developments, needed a new central location for sales offices, for both regular real estate sales and time share sales. The group purchased an old strip shopping center on Kings Highway, that had been remodeled once before as a Beachwear Store.

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Oceania Sales Center

Oceans One Resort

A former client asked Mozingo + Wallace to design a condominium tower to replace the old motel on his oceanfront property.  Oceans One, Phase 1, is the result.  The client owned multiple lots in the area, and preliminary plans included the use of these other properties for future development.

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Oceans One Resort

Oceans One Resort - Sales Center

As a component of the oceanfront condominium tower, but located across the boulevard, Mozingo + Wallace was asked to transform the service facility of the old motel into the Oceans One Resort - Sales Center.

 

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Parkway Executive Center

This modern glass structure features two levels of office suites with a below-grade owner-controlled parking garage. The Center sits within a heavily wooded site, with convenient surface parking for visitors, and easy access to 82nd Avenue Parkway.

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Parkway Executive Center

Peppertree Ocean Club

Peppertree Ocean Club is a timeshare resort built several decades ago of reinforced concrete and concrete masonry units, covered with stucco. Much of it looks worn, is worn and has to be addressed for life, safety concerns.

 

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Pink House Square

These condominiums were planned for the year-round and ‘snow-bird’ market. They are oversized compared to the typical oceanfront weekly rental units, and interior fittings were much more elegant. Stick built over a concrete platform, the buildings are limited to four living floors.

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Regency Towers- Lobby Renovation

The building association of condominium owners asked Mozingo + Wallace to assist in renovating the lobby area of the Regency Towers built in the early 1970’s. Older facilities similar to this complex remain seriously challenged to offer a product competitive with the newer resorts, and to a clientele that simply expects more. 

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Rivertown Bistro

The Rivertown Bistro started in an old lunch counter in Conway, to which the Smiths introduced high class dining. After 5 years, the Smiths were able to purchase the storefront adjacent to the original restaurant. At that time, M+W designed the interior of the new space, and re-designed the existing dining area to match.

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Rivertown Bistro

Rivertown Bistro

Rossi's

Rossi's Italian Restaurant

Rossi’s was a long established restaurant on the Grand Strand, located in the Galleria Shopping Center.  Over the years, it had grown to absorb two extra lease spaces in the center, with no improvements to the original brick façade.  It also had become virtually hidden from the street by a new restaurant built on an out parcel of the center. As a result, Rossi’s lacked curb appeal and exposure from afar.

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Roy and Sid's American Kitchen

Divine Prime Steakhouse at Market Common, and Roy and Sid’s American Kitchen are operated by the Divine Dining Group, which leased two adjoining spaces in this particular building. In an unusual approach to food preparation, the two restaurants were to share the same kitchen, each with its own unique menu.

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Roy and Sid's American Kitchen

Sandy Beach Resort

This oceanfront project was the addition of 150 condominium units onto an existing 11-story, 78 unit hotel building, after the demolition of an older motel building. Adherence to required building setbacks yielded fewer condo units for sale, and precluded the simpler construction of a separate tower. The existing building had to be kept in use during the process, floors had to align, and amenities (e.g. meeting rooms, kitchenette, lounge, offices and exercise area) had to be added.

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Seacrest Resort

The Sea Crest Resort consisted of a fairly new ocean front high-rise tower, plus two older motel buildings, one of 5 stories and one of 3 stories.  Its offices were located in the original check-in lobby of the old five-story building, no longer becoming of a reception area for its guests. The Owner decided upon a cohesive visual upgrade of the resort.

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Seacrest Resort

SeaSide Resort

The Seaside Resort tower was constructed on the site of an older motel of the same name.  The challenge here was to build a modern facility on a very narrow lot, with little off-site parking available.  Over one half of the required parking had to be placed under the building, and still allow room for enclosed pool amenities.

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SeaSide Resort

Socastee United Methodist Church

The congregation desired a new, more modern sanctuary which would meet its current and future needs.  Since the original church was built in the early 1900’s and much of the older membership had grown up in that church, there was a strong desire for the new facility to complement the style and scale of the old church.

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Southern Market

This Restaurant/Deli was the brain child of Gary Alred, the C.E.O. of K&W Cafeterias. Aware of businesses such as Dean and Deluca’s, he wanted to try something similar on the Grand Strand: an upscale deli and catering business, offering high quality foods, prepared or off the shelf.

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Southern Market

Spanish Galleon

Spanish Galleon

Spanish Galleon Restaurant & Dance Club

The Spanish Galleon, one of North Myrtle Beach’s oldest night clubs, had an older, narrow building in the middle of the first block off Main Street on the ocean front. The Owner had purchased property to expand the club toward the traffic circle at the end of Main Street. The Owner expressed a need for something grand, as opposed to the shack-like appearance of most area night clubs.

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Spartanburg Airport Terminal

The respective concept was produced for presentation to the selection committee for the renovation of the terminal at Spartanburg.  The design calls for an addition surrounding the existing Art Deco building, expanding the City’s General Aviation Terminal.

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St. Andrews Family Life Complex

These drawings show two concepts developed for St. Andrew. The first was done directly for the church in 2003, to help it develop a program for expansion. The church decided later in the year to have an open invitation to all architecture firms to present for the commission. The second concept was done by M+W for this competition.

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Tennis Center at Grande Dunes

The Burroughs and Chapin Company had decided to upgrade their Myrtle Beach Tennis Club property as part of its much larger Grande Dunes Development. The tennis courts and the Club’s pool were to remain in place. The existing building had to be demolished to make way for the new clubhouse. The Owner wanted the new building to have a hybrid of the Mediterranean style planned for the overall development, something a little less formal.

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The Crumpler Residence

The Owner desired the house (6,500 sf) to be designed in a French provincial style, and to have an aged look throughout. This called for a masonry veneer with many cast stone trims beneath a pitched, simulated slate shingle roof. Materials were chosen carefully, and the landscaping design utilized large plantings to create a thoroughly manicured and ‘established’ appearance.

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The Davis Residence

The single family, 3,900 sq. ft. residence is located within a coastal flood plain, overlooking a salt marsh. It is sandwiched between a residential neighborhood to the South and a hotel district to the North. The multi-level modern, minimalist home was designed to highlight the owner’s art-filled and sophisticated lifestyle. 

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The Durant Residence

The Durants requested an open plan, with ease of circulation to accommodate and entertain a large number of guests. Mozingo + Wallace proposed a house designed along the general outlines of the traditional Roman Villa. 

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The Graham Residence

The Owners desired a modernist home that would reflect their organized and sophisticated lifestyle and to house their collection of contemporary art. The home, located in Myrtle Beach within 200 yards of the beach is sandwiched between older traditional white clapboard homes of little design significance and low-rise oceanfront concrete/stucco hotels and condominiums.

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The Grove

This is another project that came too late in the Real Estate Boom, and was pulled by the developer while in the permitting process. Sited on a small ocean front lot, without second row lots to hold parking, the structure is limited to four stories over a single parking level at grade.

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The Hadwin Residence - Addition

The Hadwins wanted to mildly expand their residence, and in doing so, hoped to transform a nondescript rear yard into an integral part of their living experience. A swim pool and recreational area were the primary components of the program.

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The Jenrette Residence

The Owner had an ocean front home in need of a facelift which would retain and reinforce its beach house appearance. A primary personal request was for a private working space, a tower with long-range ocean views up and down the beach. 

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The Martin Residence

Mr. Martin is a hotel owner in Myrtle Beach, for whom Mozingo + Wallace had completed two acclaimed hotel renovation projects. He owned an original beach home of dated style, and requested a transformation of structure and property into a classic Mediterranean villa.

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The Mozingo Residence

Having sold their home on 38th Avenue, the Mozingo’s found a home in the Dunes subdivision. It had a similar layout to the house they had renovated earlier, but was on a much larger lot. This time, the three existing bedrooms at the right side of the house were left in place, though redone with new paint and trim.

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The Mozingo Residence

Having sold their home on 38th Avenue, the Mozingo couple found another residence of similar, simple plan (1,900 sf) in the Dunes subdivision. The lot was much larger, enhanced with beautiful, 50 year old oak trees lining its perimeter. While the existing structure was intact and to remain, the architect/owner felt the need to expand and personalize.

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The Pettus Residence

This oceanfront house serves as a vacation home for the owner’s family, and will be a permanent residence upon the owner’s retirement.  The design is reminiscent of old style ocean front cottages, yet constructed to current hurricane / flood zone standards.  

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The Slate Residence

The Slates purchased an existing ocean front home with separate garage/apartment on a deep lot adjacent to a public beach access. It was decided to renovate the existing home, as current flood plain regulations would require a replacement structure to be elevated out of the flood zone. The garage/apartment would be demolished and redesigned to make room for a new pool and deck area. 

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The Slate Residence

The Thomas Residence

The Thomas' asked Mozingo + Wallace to expand an existing masonry ranch home for their young family, as well as transform its style to their preferred contemporary architecture.

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The Vues at 48th Avenue South

Coastal Progress LLC asked Mozingo + Wallace to develop a comprehensive plan for a community in North Myrtle Beach, zoned for attached condominiums. The site overlooks a marsh, is situated in Flood Zones VE 17 and AE 16, prone to hurricanes. The client had to maximize the density of site, and wanted the units perceived as townhouses, with an architectural vernacular unique onto itself. 

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The Waddell Residence

Mr. Waddell and his family reside on the West Coast where he is a co-owner of a Fortune 500 company. Growing up in the Carolinas, and with the majority of the extended family still there, the Waddells wanted a coastal retreat in the low country for the families to gather year round.

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The Waddell Residence

The Waddell Residence / California

Having done a vacation home for the Waddell's in Myrtle Beach, Mozingo + Wallace was invited to design their permanent residence in California on a 135 acre site overlooking the Pacific Coast Highway. California Coastal Commission rules prohibited construction on most of the site except for a 1/2 acre portion.  Criteria also dictated a structure to be obscured from view of those on the highway below. Thus, a long and fairly low structure was almost mandated by permitting requirements. 

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The Watts Residence

This single family residence sits on the foundation of an existing house so that the existing hilly site could be utilized without major site work. The site has a large drop off to the rear, so that the lower floor is at the same level as the outdoor pool.

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Tip Top Conference Center

The Grand Strand Water and Sewer Authority in 2004 was working on a plan to create a Conference Center on its unused property along Bull Creek in rural Horry County. The Center was meant to be a meeting place for corporate and municipal groups, similar to the clientele utilizing Santee Cooper’s Pinopolis facility on Lake Moultrie.

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Trinity Presbyterian Church

Trinity Presbyterian had a 3-fold goal: increase the size of the sanctuary, add a multi-purpose fellowship hall, and add classroom spaces for both Sunday school and after school child care. Future plans called for the design and construction of a new sanctuary with the older expanded sanctuary being converted to a chapel.

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Ultimate California Pizza

Ultimate California Pizza, a division of the Divine Dining Group, is an expanding, small chain of pizzerias along the Grand Strand. Its business model had been to purchase an existing structure and convert it into a pizzeria, with good, but inconsistent results.

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Ultimate California Pizza

Villa Marbella at Grande Dunes

Having already designed the adjacent Tennis Club, Mozingo + Wallace was hired by Burroughs & Chapin Company to design these condominiums, which had the original working name of Grande Dunes Tennis Villas.  The Owner desired a series of separate buildings, so that construction would be driven only as sales of the units progressed. 

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Waccamaw Insurance

Waccamaw Insurances Services, Inc. had purchased a lot fronting Oak Street in Myrtle Beach, to construct offices for its own use, as well as leasable space for others. The narrowness of the lot, and the demands that the main insurance office be on the ground level dictated a linear plan, served by a central lobby, leading to both the owner’s offices as well as the adjacent leasable office. The design resulted in a two-story building, with space tucked within the roof gables of the second level.

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Wachesaw Plantation East Clubhouse

These drawings were done in 1994 for the Wachesaw Plantation Golf Club, in order to win a contract for design of a new clubhouse. The building functions as both golf club house, and a facility for the subdivision's Homeowner's Association.

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Willowbank

In 2006, JASDIP Enterprises asked Mozingo + Wallace to design a mixed use development overlooking the Black River Marsh in the city of Georgetown.  While the 3.5 acre site had been zoned General Commercial, and at one time had retail and motel structures on the property, the proposed mixed usage was non-compliant. Current zoning regulations required the Developer to petition the city for a re-zoning of the property.

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Wofford College Student Center

Funded by a private developer and alumnus of the college, Mozingo + Wallace participated in a design competition for a Student Center and Dormitory. The complex would be located on campus, adjacent to an existing tennis facility and newly constructed student residences.

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