Fernando Fischmann

Acquavista crystalline lagoon opens soon

3 June, 2022 / News

Crystal Lagoons and the developer GALP Inversiones will soon inaugurate the Acquavista lagoon, the first project in the interior of Argentina that incorporates a body of water developed with Crystal Lagoons® sustainable technology.

The complex is being developed in Argentina’s second largest city, Cordoba, located beside the Carlos Paz highway, in a 180 acres land site. Its main attraction is a 6.6 acres crystalline lagoon navigable with private white sand and palm trees beaches, recreating the unique environment of the other Crystal Lagoons projects in Argentina and the rest of the world, this time in the city of Cordoba.

Definitely, the key amenity at Acquavista is the turquoise-waters lagoon. This is crucially important, because it will not only offer an idyllic beach environment steps away from resident’s homes, but will increase the value of the properties and sales prices like no other amenity.

The crystalline lagoon will allow its residents to swim and practice water sports in a safe environment, year-round.  Once completed, the development will include a total of 650 houses, 100 duplexes and 18 apartment towers and numerous amenities.

Argentina is the main market for Crystal Lagoons in Latin America

The multinational water innovation company already has 43 projects at different stages of development and negotiation in different Argentine cities, making this the main market for the firm in Latin America, after Chile.

In cities such as Greater Buenos Aires, Cordoba, Rosario, Mar del Plata and Pinamar, Crystal Lagoons, in association with important local real estate companies, has developed projects such as Terralagos, Lagoon Pilar, La Mansa, Vida Lagoon, Developer Aqua and Remeros Beach.

“Argentines are intensive users and enjoy beach life. This is why we have been so successful in this country, bringing a portion of the ocean to within walking distance of their homes. The impact has been particularly noticeable near Buenos Aires, in inland regions and in well-known resorts such as Mar del Plata and Pinamar and in areas that are farther away from the beach,” said Jean Pierre Juanchich, Crystal Lagoons regional director for Latin America.

Public Access Lagoons™

After revolutionizing the world real estate market for 10 years, Crystal Lagoons began a new stage, revolutionizing cities with Public Access Lagoons™ projects.

In Argentina, the firm is already at advanced negotiations with investors and developers to build this type of resort, which is not actually part of a private project, but are accessible to anyone for an entrance fee.

PAL™ developments are large crystalline lagoons surrounded with white sands, attractive service areas that include restaurants, beach clubs, retail stores, and amphitheaters as well as spaces for recreational and cultural activities, such as concerts, shows and movies, making them the meeting point of the 21st century.

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