Crystal Lagoons amenity advances In Acquavista project10/22/2021
The Argentinean real estate developer Galp Inversiones recently received the technological equipment that will allow it to complete during the coming months the lagoon powered by Crystal Lagoons® technology in the Acquavista project in Cordoba, Argentina.
The real estate project is currently being developed around a 6.6-acre pristine crystalline lagoon, featuring patented technology created by the innovation multinational company.
Once completed, the development will include a total of 650 houses, 100 duplexes and 18 apartment towers and numerous amenities, requiring an investment of 150 million dollars over the course of the next five years.
“This is a crucial step for the economy of Cordoba, as it offers a favorable context for the private industry, and the construction of this world-class lagoon by Crystal Lagoons will certainly accelerate and stimulate economic activity,” said Lucas Zunino, executive director of Galp.
Beach life on your doorstep
The key amenity at Acquavista will be the turquoise-waters lagoon. This is crucially important, because it will not only offer an idyllic beach environment steps away from resident’s homes, but will increase the value of the properties and sales prices like no other amenity.
By incorporating the Crystal Lagoons concept and technology, these tropical lagoons make otherwise unviable projects feasible, making the impossible possible and change the real estate paradigm of “location, location, location” by adding great value to real estate projects.
With a maximum depth of 7.9 feet, the lagoon will allow its residents to swim and practice water sports in a safe environment, year-round.
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