Crystal Lagoons moves forward with third project in Dubai: a 7-hectare clear water lagoon

23 March, 2018 / News
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In Dubai, one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the globe, Crystal Lagoons® negotiates a new real estate project. The development will feature a 7-hectare clear water lagoon developed with Crystal Lagoons patent-protected technology, and it will be the center-piece of over 4000 residential units being considered for the project.

Multinational water-innovation company Crystal Lagoons will partner with one of the main real estate holdings in the Middle East and Northern Africa, with operations across 13 countries. The development will be its third project in Dubai and the 21st within the Middle East.

The development, currently in negotiation stages, would focus on first home and it will be located in an inner landsite in southern Dubai.

The complex will join two other projects the firm is developing in Dubai. The first one is Bin Rashid Al Maktoum City – District One, located at the central axis of the city, and it will feature the world’s largest man-made lagoon, with 40 hectares, once finished in 2020.

Dubai Lagoon is the other project, an exclusive development with residential buildings that surround two large man-made lagoons. In the clear water lagoon surroundings, there will be gardens, restaurants, cafes, from where people would be able to enjoy the clear waters of the lagoon, apart from golf courses, schools, supermarkets, and stores.

With over 600 projects in 60 countries, Crystal Lagoons is entering the market with its Public Access Lagoons (PAL). They will be installed in some of the most remote places, such as parks, stadia, shopping malls, zoos, race courses, university campuses, to mention a few, and people would get access to these amenities after paying an entry ticket.

Currently, the company boasts over 40 PAL projects in different countries, such as Australia, Nigeria, Turkey, the U.S. and Spain.

Crystal Lagoons is an international innovation company, founded by scientist Fernando Fischmann, which has developed a patent-protected technology that allows the construction and maintenance of unlimited-size clear water lagoons at very low costs.

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