This may be a question you want to ask the Planning Board. Some undeveloped land may be build able but no plans to start any building are permitted yet. If you see open space with infrastructure started, its pretty safe to say that area will be build on unless of course the builder goes bankrupt. There are county & city ordinances that require tree buffers & plantings. Market Common is a planned urban development but they are planning to keep it as naturally beautiful as possible. Check out the link below, it will take you to the planning board's web page.
Century 21 Broadhurst & Associates
Please send me an email telling me what you are looking for and I will send you all of those listings (with photos) immediately.
Michael J. Costello
Sea and Sand Realty
Myrtle Beach, SC.
Nobody can say for sure. From what I have seen happen in the last year, If there is land to be built on in that area, it will be.
Projections for the Market Commons area are very positive. The number of baby boomers retiring are at an all time high and they like the idea of having everything at their fingertips by just jumping in a golf cart! (I actually like that myself).