Myrtle Beach International Technology & Aerospace Park (ITAP)

Strategically located in the Southeast’s Aviation Corridor, the Myrtle Beach International Technology & Aerospace Park (ITAP) is the region’s new hub for the aerospace and technology industry. ITAP is a prime 460-acre aerospace, technology, and aviation park, just off one of the longest runways on the East Coast, at more than 9,500 feet.

Site Details

  • Total Site Acreage: 460
  • Developable Acreage: 460
  • Min Divisible Acreage: 12
  • Structures: 0
  • Elevation Range: 13′ to 27′
  • Primary Soil Type: Fine Sandy Loam


Completed Due Diligence Items

  • Cultural Resource Identification Survey
  • Boundary Survey
  • Protected Species Assessment
  • Preliminary Geotechnical Exploration
  • Phase I Environment Protection Agency Site Assessment
  • Topographical Survey
  • Wetlands Delineation


Utilities and Service

Water System

  • Provider: GS Water & Sewer Authority
  • Nearest Line Size: 10″
  • Dist. to Nearest Line: On Site


Wastewater System

  • Provider: City of Myrtle Beach
  • Nearest Line Size: 8″ (Gravity)
  • Dist. to Nearest Line: On Site


Electrical and Telecommunications

  • Telecom Provider: Horry Telephone Cooperative, Frontier Communications
  • Electric Provider: Santee Cooper
  • Telecom Available: HTC, Frontier Communications
  • Fiber Optics Available: Yes
  • Cable Available: Yes
  • Fire Department: City of Myrtle Beach


Natural Gas/Alternate Gases

  • NG Provider: SCANA
  • Nearest Line Size: 5″ (Distribution)
  • Dist. to Nearest Line: On Site



  • Road Servicing Site: Farrow Parkway (4 lanes)
  • Nearest Interstate: I-95 (65 miles)
  • Nearest Port: Georgetown (34 miles), Charleston (91 miles)
  • Nearest Commercial Airport: Myrtle Beach Intl. (MYR) (5 miles)
  • Intermodal Facility: CSX Charleston (97 miles)/NS Charleston (98 miles)


Other Features

  • SC Certified Site: Yes
  • Foreign Trade Zone: Yes
  • Over 200 acres available immediately with direct access to the nearly 9,600 foot lighted runway at the Myrtle Beach International Airport
  • An additional 260 acres ideally suited for manufacturing/office/corporate headquarters locations
  • A short drive via four-lane divided highway to the new North Charleston Boeing facility
  • In close proximity to PIA (Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics) Myrtle Beach campus
  • Well-known aviation companies located in the Myrtle Beach region and throughout the state include: GE Aviation, Lockheed Martin, Honeywell, and Boeing