Hard Rock Park, the bankrupt Myrtle Beach theme park, was ALMOST sold on December 30. A Texas real estate company, Marlin Atlantis, was poised to purchase the $400 million park for, reportedly, about $35 million. The company walked away from the deal in the wee hours of the morning on the 30th of December.
An auction, scheduled for December 15, never took place. Instead, several ‘intense’ negotiations took place.
While Marlin Atlantis pulled out of the deal, they are supposedly still interested in the park.
Last week, Hard Rock pulled the name from the park.
This news does not yet mean the end of the park. There are still interested parties and, for now, the park is still intact.
Now, where’s that check book?