Crystal Lagoons Revolutionizes US Real Estate Market

5 December, 2018 / News
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2018 has been a decisive year for Crystal Lagoons® in the US. The multinational water-innovation company, founded by biochemist and entrepreneur, Fernando Fischmann, has a total of 22 projects in different stages of development within the US, and a further 110 in different stages of negotiation, of which 60% are public access lagoons (PALs).

As in all five continents where the company is already present, Crystal Lagoons real estate innovation is making history in the U.S. by setting new standards for urban landscape, by bringing the Caribbean lifestyle to every corner of the nation.

January saw the Epperson project in Tampa, Florida, open with huge commercial success. It is part of a strategic partnership deal with Metro Development Group, and has been a phenomenon of unprecedented success in sales. The first 400 real estate lots of phase one were sold out within only a month and a half from the announcement of the addition of a crystalline lagoon to the project, which triggered a waiting list of over 3,000 potential buyers.  Epperson was the first of nine projects signed with Metro within Florida.

The firm’s latest development to be announced is in association with Land Tejas Development and Trez Capital, which plans to bring Texas’ first public access lagoon and the country’s largest Crystal Lagoons amenity to the Houston area. The approximately 12-acre lagoon will be anchored in a 70-acre mixed use resort complex in the Lago Mar community in Texas City. Framed by white sand beaches and a tropical landscape, the lagoon has recently begun construction works and should be complete by 2020.

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.

Houston Business Journal

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Tampa Bay Newswire

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