Getting Down to Business at Grande Dunes

August 31st, 2023

What keeps life at Grande Dunes so inspired – so Grande? Of course, there is no single answer. The Grande lifestyle is the combined result of stunning homes, resort-style amenities, and lively recreational activities. That said, what keeps us growing and evolving, what ensures the lives of our residents get grander each day, and what makes strolling through the Village Shops at Grande Dunes as exciting as kayaking down the Intracoastal Waterway are our local businesses.

The commercial districts in and around Grande Dunes are growing, so this is the ideal time for business owners to bring their products and services to the community. Many local business owners are already here as residents and making a big splash with their neighbors. See how you can position yourself and your shop for success at Grande Dunes.

Why Bring Your Business to Grande Dunes?

With thousands of residences in the community, Grande Dunes is home to a treasure trove of potential customers for your local business. And if that isn’t enough for you, don’t forget the tens of thousands of tourists and locals that regularly make their way through Myrtle Beach. Where can you locate your business? The better question is, “Where can’t you?” There are many commercial spaces throughout the region. The Village Shops at Grande Dunes, anchored by Publix, and the upcoming Marina Village are great homes for any local business.

Work and Live at Grande Dunes

Having your business in Grande Dunes sets you up for success, but having your business in Grande Dunes as a resident sets you apart from the rest. Not only does living in the community that your business resides in significantly reduce your commute, it also makes your offerings more true to your location since you are a part of the community and culture you serve.

Scott Dietrich, our local Edward Jones Financial Advisor, attributes how he found opportunity here to living in the area. “What initially drew me to my career here was the culture and environment they created for clients and employees,” said Dietrich. He says that by being in the community, he could observe that there was an abundance of investment products with a one-size-fits-all model, which allowed him to find success by offering a wide range of services.

Your Company is in Good Company

At Grande Dunes, your peers will be some of the brightest in local business. Kimberly Grigg runs Knotting Hills Interiors, the South’s most prominent interior design firm and retail boutique. Knotting Hills houses more than 2,000 fabrics, furniture, and accessories and a staff of design experts to help clients find their perfect match. From high-class looks to high-class tastes, Heidi Vukov brought her baking talents to Myrtle Beach and opened Croissants Bistro & Bakery in 1995. There, Vukov serves top-of-the-line breakfast dishes like buttery, flaky croissants and perfectly caramelized Bananas Foster French Toast. But she doesn’t stop there because just around the corner and in the same building is Hook & Barrel, one of the finest seafood grilles and oyster bars in Myrtle Beach.

Elevate your business game by rubbing shoulders with the most innovative and creative entrepreneurs you can find. At Grande Dunes, you can be close to your business, your customers, and your peers, all while living Grande in a scenic community unlike anywhere else. Get inspired by the bustling and vibrant culture of Myrtle Beach life and business – contact us today.