Excelsior, one of the biggest newspapers in Mexico, published an article about plans for 30 new Crystal Lagoons®’ PAL™ projects in different parts of the country thanks to the visionary investment of local developers.
Because of our patented technology, visitors from all over México will be able to have a piece of a tropical experience minutes from the city thanks to PAL™ developments. This model allows businesses, sports clubs, retail, and investors to own and control a lagoon and charge for admission or add as an amenity to attract new attention.
These lagoons will be coming to cities such as Monterrey, Guadalajara, Tijuana, Mérida, Ciudad Juárez, Cancún, Cuernavaca and many others. “Our Master Agreements are currently in an advanced phase and once it is signed, the first lagoon should be open in a year in a half”, said Jean Pierre Juanchich, Latin America Regional Director for Crystal Lagoons.
Considered the World’s Top Amenity, Crystal Lagoons sustainable technology uses 100% less chemicals and only 2% of energy compared to a regular pool. Keeping turquoise waters all year long. According to Juanchich, “a 6-acre lagoon with a beach park should give investors a yearly income of over 15 million dollars only considering tickets and surrounding markets”.
A Close Example
These 30 PAL projects aren’t the first ones in México. A close example is Diamante Cabo San Lucas, a world-famous resort anchored by a Crystal Lagoons amenity. “After adding the lagoon to the project, it became one of the most important resorts in Baja California, with villas costing between two and four million dollars and places for rent charging almost 70 thousand dollars a week,” said Juanchich.
Two projects in the USA have also become flagship of the success of projects that decide on including a PAL lagoon. Epperson (Florida) and Lago Mar (Texas) have registered daily sales of over 50 thousand dollars in tickets alone, even during the pandemic.