La Mansa: Crystal Lagoons® Sustainable Mixed-Use Project Moving Forward in Argentina22 April, 2020 / News
Construction has started on a major mixed-use development known as La Mansa, on the Atlantic Coast, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is a sustainable complex spanning over 750 acres, minutes away from the coastal town of Pinamar. Its main traction, a crystalline lagoon powered by Crystal Lagoons® technology.
Although it does not have a coastline overlooking the sea, water remains the main protagonist: once completed, it will be anchored by a crystalline lagoon with sustainable technology from the multinational water innovation company, known as the world’s top amenity.
The project, in its entirety, will be 1.5 times the size of Puerto Madero, the well-known Buenos Aires travel destination and will revolve around these turquoise waters and beach life. Residents will be able to enjoy 10,000 m2 of white sand beaches and docks just steps from home, along with practicing watersports, all year round and in a more controlled environment.
Once completed, these beaches will be divided into three main sectors: public, family and youth beach.
As for the 12-acre lagoon, it will only be filled with rainwater, and hence not affect local resources. Furthermore, it will have patented and eco-friendly technology created by Crystal Lagoons founder, Fernando Fischmann. The firm’s portfolio includes over 2,000 patents worldwide.
La Mansa plans include a sports sector, two five-star hotels and a public area with a shopping center. The residential area, meanwhile, will add lots, fields and apartments, all in a careful and environmentally friendly environment.
Terralagos and Laguna Pilar are two projects already operational in Argentina.
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.