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How PAL™ projects can take advantage of unused land

03/29/2021

Today, beach life can be recreated in the heart of any city with Crystal Lagoons® state-of-the-art technology and innovative business model.

The water innovation firm first revolutionized the real estate market, with projects such as San Alfonso del Mar (Chile), Balmoral and Windsong Ranch (Texas) and The Blyde in South Africa, but has recently set its focus on its new business model:  PAL™ lagoons.

The developments, each anchored by a large-scale crystalline lagoon, which can be accessed via ticketed entry, are dynamic business hubs surrounded by restaurants, hotels and a series of entertainment alternatives and has been proven to revitalize businesses looking for a way to attract new customers and members.

Filled with water that fully complies with the most stringent international physicochemical and microbiological water quality standards, and surrounded by tropical white sand beaches, theseprojects allow developers to create tropical beach life and generate unprecedented profitability through ticket sales to the lagoon, as well as revenue from water sport rentals, naming rights, retail, membership fees and year-round activities ranging from corporate events to weddings and streaming events.

Crystal Lagoons know-how

This is achieved by technology created and developed by Crystal Lagoons President and Founder, Fernando Fischmanna forward thinking biochemist, turned businessman. The firm has accumulated over 2.000 patents worldwide.

These amenities require up to 100 times fewer chemicals and just 2% of the energy needed by conventional swimming pool filtration systems, making them truly distinctive as well as environmentally friendly and sustainable.

Additionally, Crystal Lagoons collaborates and shares its know-how with their partners, so that developers and architects can create inspiring projects, that are coherent in terms of scale, character, and density with regards to the local environment and the city they are found in. The firm provides design guides and flexible landscaping guidelines, compatible with native flora.

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