Crystal Lagoons® New PAL™ Projections09/30/2020
200 years ago, parks were incorporated into cities. Today, beach life can be recreated in the heart of cities with a pioneering business model and technology by created by biochemist and business man Fernando Fischmann, founder of Crystal Lagoons®, and patented in over 190 countries worldwide.
With a portfolio of over 2,000 patents in more than 190 countries worldwide, its technological innovation is currently applied to the firm’s Public Access Lagoons™, a business model also known as PAL™, which has quickly become a new alternative as a long-term investment. Such has been the success of the model, the firm today has more than 1,000 lagoons in different stages, in 60 countries, 700 of these with PAL components.
With a returns on investment exceeding those offered by any other industries, PAL have attracted the interest of investors, mutual funds, family offices, insurance companies and large real estate developers, who currently face the complex challenge of finding investment alternatives long-term with attractive returns.
PAL continue to attract investors as they can be developed under different investment formats, with business models offering more or less infrastructure. Even those with minimal initial infrastructure have seen unquestionable success, and can continue to be developed with profits that they generate.
They emerge as a safe, long-term alternative due to their projection against the leading current health and business threats, and as such are Covid & Amazon-proof. This is something few economic sectors can offer.
The most limited infrastructure model is anchored by an extensive crystalline lagoon and wide beaches, as well as a green area with kiosks for small businesses.
The second phase offers an intermediate infrastructure format, and includes a wedding peninsula, amphitheater for shows and concerts, and spaces for events and trade shows, which open up additional business areas.
The third, most complete investment model includes all of the above as well as additional infrastructure for retail, restaurants and hotels.
The areas surrounding the lagoon serves as a set up for countless events, from concerts to indoor roadshows, to be held year-round, with beautiful views overlooking the pure turquoise lagoon.
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