Crystal Lagoons Strong Expansion In Latin America25 July, 2019 / News
Crystal Lagoons® will soon inaugurate what will be one of the world’s largest crystalline lagoons, totaling 32-acres of clear turquoise waters, in Bolivia, cementing the firm’s success in the country’s real estate market but also throughout Latin America.
The monumental body of water is the main attraction of the exclusive residential project known as Playa Turquesa, located in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, which will undoubtedly follow the same trend all Crystal Lagoons developments see in terms of accelerating sales and adding value to the area as a whole.
Also in Bolivia, Mar Adentro, with its 8-acre lagoon, has generated a substantial difference in comparison to the competition, thanks to its technology known as the World’s Top Amenity, and which generates beach life, white sand beaches and turquoise waters of unlimited size, along with low construction and maintenance costs.
The multinational continues to see exponential growth throughout the Latin American continent, with new projects in Argentina, Peru, Mexico and Chile, totaling 73 projects in different stages of development in the region.
In Argentina, Crystal Lagoons has 11 projects in Buenos Aires, Cordoba and Mar del Plata. The newest one being La Mansa, located in the exclusive area of Pinamar, near Mar del Plata, with a 10-acre lagoon and 24 acres of beaches, which will include a public access area that the general public will be able to access via ticketed entry.
Another important market is Mexico, with 6 projects in different stages of development in the Federal District, Sinaloa, Querétaro, Veracruz, Cancun and Los Cabos, host to the first Mexican super luxury resort, with a 12-acre lagoon. The firm’s latest contract, Bluú Hábitat Lagoons, is found in Mazatlán, another of the country’s main touristic destinations.
Peru also forms part of the firm’s dramatic expansion in Latin America, and hosts 4 lagoons in the proximity of Lima and Arequipa, where yet another exclusive project, Hacienda La Joya, was recently inaugurated with an 8-acre lagoon.
In Chile, the company has 19 projects in different stages of development, situated from the extreme North to the South. The capital, Santiago, is home to 6 developments with lagoons, two of which are in the heart of the city.
Globally, the multinational has over 600 projects in different stages of development in 60 countries, with a strong presence in the U.S., Latin America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
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.