Crystal Lagoons Project in Texas is featured on Fox Channel23 June, 2017 / News
The well-known Fox television network highlighted the project that Crystal Lagoons is currently developing in Texas. The multinational innovation company has partnered with Bayside Land Partners to create the first man-made lagoon powered by Crystal Lagoons® technology in Texas as part of “Bayside,” a luxury mixed-use development in Rowlett, Texas, which began its construction last April 26.
Bayside, a $1 billion-dollar mixed-use lake-front development, will boast an 8-acre man-made lagoon that is 25 times the size of an Olympic swimming pool and equivalent to 10 football fields. Ideal for swimming, sailing, stand-up paddle boarding and more, the environmentally sustainable Crystal Lagoons® technology uses half water than a park of the same size; 30 times less water than an 18-hole golf course; 100 times less chemicals than a swimming pool and just a 2% of energy than conventional pool filtration systems.
The such man-made, turquoise lagoon will be surrounded by a world class resort and marina, several condominium towers, 1,600 luxury apartment units, and more than 1 million square feet of mixed use retail/entertainment/restaurant/office space.
“We look forward to bringing Crystal Lagoons® man-made crystalline lagoon to Texas in partnership with Bayside Land Partners,” said Crystal Lagoons U.S. CEO. “Texas is one of the most important markets for us and in Texas Bigger is Better and the World’s Top Amenity will be the centerpiece of several master planned communities in Houston, Austin and Galveston.”
The Bayside man-made lagoon will be the 13th in the U.S., joining the company’s portfolio of more than 600 lagoons worldwide. An additional 42 lagoons are under negotiations in the U.S. with a total valuation of almost $54 billion. Upcoming announcements are planned for Nevada, California, Arizona Hawaii, North Carolina, Georgia, Michigan and more.
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 crystal clear lagoons at very low costs.