Crystal Lagoons New Solé Mia Amenity Set To Become New Destination in Miami

17 June, 2019 / News

Laguna Solé, a 7-acre man-made tropical Crystal Lagoons® amenity hidden in Miami, a known destination for tourism and white sand beaches is part of a 184-acre, US $4 billion development called Solé Mia. A first of its kind in North Miami, its sandy beaches and crystalline water bring a vacation feeling and beach lifestyle to everyday life.

Developed by two prestigious real estate families in the U.S., the LeFraks and the Soffers, the lagoon that anchors the real-estate project is the size of 21 Olympic-sized pools or 17 blue whales, and is filled with crystalline water that mimics the Caribbean.

The amenity, which is surrounded by idyllic, white sand beaches, is 12 feet deep in the center, and even includes a man-made island. Additionally, residents and their guests can use paddle boards, kayaks and luxury loungers, however it is the lagoons’ technology that is attracting attention.

Laguna Solé, powered by Crystal Lagoons avant-guard technology, uses 30 times less water than an 18-hole golf course and uses 100 times fewer chemicals than a pool, according to the developers.

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.

ABC News

Photography by Luxhunters



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