September 15, 2008
Myrtle Beach’s Broadway Station Condominiums to Sell at Real Estate Auction
J.P. King Auction Company, the nation's leading real estate auction marketing firm specializing in high-value properties, is managing the inventory close-out sale for 40 premier condominiums selling absolute at auction on Saturday, September 27, 11 a.m. at The Sheraton Myrtle Beach.
Broadway Station is just a half mile from the beautiful white sands of Myrtle Beach and near Broadway on the Beach, home of the shopping and entertainment district of Myrtle Beach. Broadway is near more than 100 golf courses and minutes from Coastal Carolina University and Webster University.
Broadway Station offers 1, 2 and 3 bedroom floor plans with open and spacious layouts and 87 premier condominiums from which to choose. Most units come with balconies providing excellent views of the community's lakes and pool. Residents at Broadway Station can enjoy a top caliber clubhouse perfect for entertaining, fitness facility, pool, Jacuzzi and poolside grills. The community offers an abundance of pet-friendly green space throughout the grounds. A limited number of garages and storage units also will be available at special day auction pricing.
"Broadway Station's proximity to the beach and the main attractions of Myrtle Beach make it a draw for prospective buyers," said Andrew Gardner, vice president of Condominium Operations of Lane Investment and Development Services, LLC. "The facility's amenities truly set it apart from other developments in the area."
Individuals seeking additional information about the auction may contact J.P. King at 800-558-5464 or visit the firm's web site at www.jpking.com.
J.P. King, based in Gadsden, AL, is the nation's leading real estate auction marketing firm specializing in high-value properties such as condominiums, developments, superluxury homes, ranches and land. J.P. King has marketed upscale properties in 49 states and 6 countries with recent sales in Florida, California, Texas, Oregon, Tennessee, Montana and Alabama.