In order to thrive in today’s environment, businesses must sustain the pressures of Covid, which has harshly impacted various economic sectors. Investors continue to seek out long-term stability and guaranteed profitability at a time when different industries are seeing their business models threatened and their margins reduced.
Public Access Lagoons™ are emerging as an attractive diversification strategy that can prevail in times of Covid and offer perpetual incomes. With a low initial investment, a PAL development can quickly boast returns higher than in any other industry and attain a very high present value, since they generate profits and pyramidal financing even as they are being built.
Public Access Lagoons™
Bring turquoise waters and white sand beaches to the city, allowing developers to create idyllic beach life just steps away from people’s homes while generating unparalleled revenues through ticketed entry to the lagoon and year-round entertainment including water sports, concerts, weedings, events, trade shows, day clubs, restaurants, retail and more.
Travel to other geographical areas may where the status of the virus or sanitary measures are different mean increased risk. Public Access Lagoons can transform any location into an entertainment dynamic hub all year-round.
LOOKING FOR A BETTER QUALITY OF LIFE
A large body of water such a Public Access Lagoon, in the middle of the city, is beneficial to physical and mental health, induces relaxation, and promotes well-being and physical exercise.
SAFER OPTION TO PUBLIC BEACHES
Popular tourist destinations and public beaches are difficult to control on a sanitary level. On the other hand, a beach with private access can maintain higher levels of control.
Public Access Lagoons help to reactivate the economy and boost jobs across different industries, which will be hugely beneficial for countries once the current crisis has passed.
LAGO MAR HUGE SUCCESS IN COVID TIMES
Lago Mar, in Texas, opened its doors and tickets sold out more than a week in advance. The lagoon as experienced a huge influx of visitors, despite being in the outskirts of Houston and operating under COVID conditions.