Crystal Lagoons® Sales Success in Dubai: Tilal Al Ghaf Sells Out in 7 Days
Sales of the third phase of Tilal Al Ghaf, a residential development anchored by a Crystal Lagoons® tropical water amenity, have registered unprecedented demand. The premium residential destination, located in Dubai, has confirmed that 322 homes were sold within just 48 hours, building on the emphatic success of the first and second phases that sold out within seven days.
The accomplishment was applauded by Dubai’s government media office.
With infrastructure work underway and handover expected as early as December 2022, the community is fast becoming one of Dubai’s most sought-after destinations with more than 900 units now sold. The volume of interest and pace of investment are testament to this highly in demand destination and the unique environments and amenities it has to offer.
World’s top amenity™
Tilal Al Ghaf features a selection of retail options, a world-renowned school, tree trails, 18km of cycling and jogging trails as well as nature-inspired outdoor amenities, but is nestled around white sand beaches and a crystalline lagoon. Powered by Crystal Lagoons pioneering technology, it is known as the world’s top amenity.
Crystal Lagoons has managed to create idyllic beaches with lagoons of crystalline water and excellent quality, in previously unimaginable places, and changes the landscape by creating a breathtaking turquoise water destination that can be enjoyed year–round.
This unique concept and technology has changed the real estate paradigm of “location, location, location” and developers have confirmed they add premium values to real estate projects. Examples of this are Epperson, Balmoral and Windsong Ranch in the U.S. and San Alfonso del Mar in Chile, to name a few.
Another advantage this technology has to offer, which has been patented in over 190 countries around the world, is that it uses up to 100 times less chemicals than conventional swimming pool or drinking water treatment technologies and consumes just 2% of the energy needed by conventional swimming pool filtration systems.