A 6-hectare crystalline lagoon will be the centerpiece of Tahiti Blue project, which will transformed into the largest artificial lagoon in Peru. The project will be developed in Piura, and due to Crystal Lagoons® technology, will be a new milestone in the country.
Patricia Peralta, Tahiti Blue’s Architectural Manager, remarks that the most interesting feature is the concept of self-sustained condominium, with a beach of turquoise waters created by innovative ecological technology, and a 500 thousands m2 park.
The development offers to its inhabitants a self-sustained condominium, and its beach will be located at the center, so all property-owners can easily access it.
The complex will be located 15 minutes from the city of Piura and will have 156 hectares.
“Tahiti Blue not only will let you lead an idyllic beach lifestyle into the city, it will also have a high impact, enhancing people’s lifestyles by allowing them to enjoy living among turquoise waters, white sand and nature, where every kind of outdoors and nautical activities can be practiced”, explains Peralta.
This development started its initial commercial phase in February 18th, and contemplates spaces for malls, restaurants, schools and clinics, that will enhance the experience of living in a divine Caribbean beach under Piura’s sun.
Crystal Lagoons® has had lately a significant growth in Peru, and has inaugurated two real-estate projects: Hacienda La Joya (first homes) and La Jolla de Asia (second homes). The company has also signed 8 new contracts and is negotiating another 19, including 3 complexes near the capital city, Lima.
Low water consumption
The revolutionary technology of Crystal Lagoons operates in a closed circuit, and only needs to compensate the water lost by evaporation.
In comparison, a 1-hectare lagoon consumes only 50% of the water required for the maintenance of a park of the same size, and a lagoon of average size consumes around 30 times less than a golf course.