Unique Places to have a Crystal Lagoon19 July, 2017 / News
Crystal Lagoons U.S. Corp is using its sustainable technology to transform urban landscapes with its sustainable, limitless size lagoons. These man-made crystal-clear waters are revitalizing urban areas and public parks, while improving surrounding property values, enhancing tourism and generating revenue.
Miami’s Jungle Island will be home to the first public-access lagoon in the U.S. Crystal Lagoons has 25 similar projects in different stages of development and negotiation worldwide including the U.S., Thailand, Australia, Turkey, Argentina and Chile.
The worldwide phenomenon is reinventing the way people imagine these top seven U.S. destinations:
- Miami, FL. – The magic city has first dibs on Public Access Lagoons at its main landmark attraction, Jungle Island. The size of two football fields and slated for completion by late 2018, Jungle Island will feature a crystal-clear lagoon as the water centerpiece amenity where guests can enjoy zip lines with panoramic views of the Miami skyline, children adventures, water slides, as well as a private beach club.
- Las Vegas, NV. – Bringing a beachfront experience to Sin City, the 38-acre public access lagoon at Wynn Resorts adds swimming and water sports to the gambling and nightlife mix. And of course, it wouldn’t be Vegas without a show – the public lagoon will transform at night with an elaborate fireworks display that is launched from the 120 ft. center island and surrounding areas.
- Manhattan, NY – Concrete jungle meets Caribbean beach-front with the creation of a public access lagoon in Central Park. Adding a splash of crystal-clear waters in the highest populated U.S. city gives New Yorkers a safe place to meet, swim, and practice water sports after a day of work 50 stories in the sky. Plus, it adds a scenic backdrop unique to the city.
- Indio, California – What could possibly make the experience at music festivals better? Listening to your favorite headliners while immersing yourself in turquoise waters. Plus, festival-goers get to plan a whole second outfit that’s water-friendly. It’s a win-win. Cali is home to the most music festivals in the U.S., hosting 24 just last year, including Coachella making it an ideal spot for a public access lagoon.
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.