Crystal Lagoons Soon to Open 7-Acre Crystalline Lagoon in Miami
Crystal Lagoons® has set a date to open a 7-acre crystalline lagoon, which anchors the mixed-use project in North Miami known as Solé Mia. The multi-national is set to inaugurate the crystalline lagoon on May 4th, and the local press and media outlets such as South Florida Business Journal have highlighted will be the “first of its kind in Florida”.
The northern area of ??Miami will soon have the privilege of having some of the most important real estate developments in the area. Solé Mia, which includes The Shoreline apartments, developed together with billionaire Richard LeFrak and Aventura developers Jeffrey Soffer and Jackie Soffer, is part of a 184-acre property at 15055 Biscayne Blvd.
Additional amenities include a pool deck with a jacuzzi and cabanas, a fitness center, a yoga studio, outdoor dining and grilling areas, a pet grooming station, a game room, a business center, a fitness trail, along with electric car charging stations.
Crystal Lagoons has developed a pioneering, innovative and sustainable technology that has been patented in 190 countries around the globe, which allows crystalline lagoons of unlimited sizes to be built and maintained at very low costs anywhere in the world, using a minimum amount of additives and energy.
This state-of-the-art, environment friendly technology, allows the use of any type of water. It uses up to 100 times less chemicals than conventional swimming pool or drinking water treatment technologies, and only consumes 2% of the energy needed by conventional swimming pool filtration systems. Furthermore, the technology fully complies with the most stringent international physicochemical and microbiological water quality standards.
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.
Source: South Florida Business Journal