Florida press highlights Crystal Lagoons’ Beachwalk project26 February, 2018 / News
Local Florida press has highlighted another Crystal Lagoons project completed in the U.S., as the centerpiece of a neighborhood striving for a unique experience.
The 14-acre pristine lagoon is part of Beachwalk, a mixed-use master-planned community in St. John’s County, Florida, in partnership with Twin Creeks Development.
The Daily Record reported that the 36 million-gallon lagoon is the second of its kind to be completed in the United States by Crystal Lagoons, and it stated that there are more than 60 Crystal Lagoons projects in operation around the world and several more are under development, with patents in 190 of the world’s 195 countries.
At about 350,000 gallons of water per day — added only during overnight hours when consumer demand is lowest — it would take about 100 days to fill the lagoon.
The 14-acre lagoon will be centerpiece of the project. There will be a beach of white quartz sand, and there will also be a private beach club for residents only, mini-golf, a swim-up bar, waterslides, a dog splash park and more. Boutique retail and restaurants will be installed overlooking the crystal clear water, inviting patrons to pause and admire the view of an inland lagoon several miles from the nearest beach.
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.