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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2nd Avenue Pier - Phase I

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 - Phase II

As mentioned on the project sheet for 2nd Avenue Pier, the Owners wanted future expansion incorporated into the build out of Phase I. The pier was located adjacent to an open street end, an area dedicated to provide oceanfront access and vehicular parking to the public. Therefore, additional commercial space and screened parking was proposed for the property, facing the street end and linking the entire facility to the Ocean Boulevard development.

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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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Barnes & Noble at HGTC

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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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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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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Captain George's Seafood Buffet

Captain George's remains a very successful, upscale restaurant which expanded into Myrtle Beach 15 years ago. Due to its popularity and its year round operation, the facility has had no opportunity to perform upgrades other than cosmetic. The Owners approached Mozingo + Wallace to oversee not only mandatory upgrades (eg, roof, exterior re-imaging, etc.), but also to re-design pockets within the envelope (eg. restrooms, gift shop, bar, entrance galley, etc.). 

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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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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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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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Grande Dunes Specialty Shoppes

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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Hadwin White Subaru

Subaru of America was offering a financial incentive to older dealerships to renovate existing facilities, thereby strengthening its branding model.  Hadwin-White had long been overdue for such a makeover, and engaged Mozingo + Wallace to deliver the architecture. Previously, the firm had provided well-received renovations to, and expansion of, the Hadwin Residence.
 
 
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Ice House America

Jason Richardson approached Mozingo + Wallace to develop a prototype for housing stand-alone ice machines being placed throughout the greater Myrtle Beach area. Given that the large core unit itself is barebone industrial, the permitting process usually involves a community hearing addressing expressed concerns about visual impact.

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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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Loco Gecko Restaurant & Cantina

Captain’s Quarters wanted to expand and transform the vacant end of a motel, with valuable boulevard exposure, into a lively restaurant. It had long since been used as a reception area for the motel. The existing structure was of 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 a dated, standard fare, shotgun style motel with long balconies to access the rental units, which in turn had no ocean views.

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LuLu's Cafe

The site for this small restaurant is part of the 21st Avenue Planned Unit Development.  When the P.U.D. did not build the originally planned retail, local restaurateur Misty Coan decided to place her 50's style diner on this Ocean Boulevard Spot.

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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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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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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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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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Sharkey's Beach Bar

What is presented in the initial images is the first phase of a much larger restaurant / bar establishment. The intent was to establish an identity on the beach, and then to expand off of that. All the elements of the low country cottage architecture are employed, from metal roofs to the board and batten siding, shutters, shed roof porch etc..

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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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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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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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Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market

A local developer had hoped to join with Wal-Mart and expand its fleet of smaller format stores, known as Neighborhood Markets. The Markets are like mini-Supercenters, one fifth the size, but offer the same low prices as the giant warehouse while being located in smaller and more accessible locations.

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