Crystal Lagoons Amenities Confirmed Across U.S.


Crystal Lagoons®, the multinational water innovation company present on all five continents, has a strong presence in the U.S., and has at least another 7 crystalline lagoons to open in the near future, namely Section 31, California; Lago Mar, Texas, Esplanade, Pittsburgh; AvenirMiradaLake Nona and Southshore Bay all in Florida.

Developed by forward-thinker Fernando Fischmann, Crystal Lagoons has a total of 110 amenities in different stages of operation, planning, design and construction across the country. These breathtaking turquoise water destinations are revolutionizing the real estate market and adding substantial value to the communities where these lagoons are present.

The company’s pioneering concept and technology can transform any destination in the world into an idyllic beach paradise. In fact, the patented, state-of-the-art technology enables dream-like lagoons of unlimited sizes to be built, surrounded by white sandy beaches, creating the ideal tropical escape, converting the lagoons into the world’s top amenity.

The firm’s efficient filtration system consumes only 2% of the energy compared to conventional swimming pool filtration systems, while the lagoons can be monitored, controlled, and operated online from the Crystal Lagoons Control Center (CLCC).

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.


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