Crystal Lagoons Announces Munyaka in South Africa, the country’s largest lagoon24 February, 2020 / News
Balwin Properties, a leading real estate developer in South Africa, recently announced its new development, Munyaka in Waterfall, in the Midrand region, South Africa. It will be anchored by a water amenity powered by Crystal Lagoons® technology, an American multinational renowned for its crystalline lagoons of unlimited size and patented sustainable technology in more than 190 countries, and promises to be a unique residential project that will bring beach life to its residents.
Once completed, Munyaka will be Crystal Lagoons largest crystalline lagoon in the southern hemisphere, covering an area of approximately seven rugby fields. In a recent interview, Balwin Properties founder and CEO, Steve Brookes, explained to the local media outlet Midrand Reporter that Munyaka, which translates as “crystal” in local Venda language. “It is set to be a crown jewel in Balwin’s development portfolio and will offer an exceptional product to those looking to buy property in the country,” he explained.
Crystal Lagoons recently announced a total of five new real estate projects, including Munyaka, that will bring idyllic beach life with white sand beaches and turquoise lagoons to various sectors of South Africa, such as Johannesburg, Pretoria, Cape Town and Durban. These immense bodies of water provide a tropical paradise to enjoy just steps away from home throughout the year, promoting a healthy lifestyle through outdoor life and water sports.
This will be the multinational’s sixth in the country, since it already has an operational lagoon. Known as The Blyde, the residential project has been an unprecedented commercial success, receiving various awards from the real estate industry.
Crystal Lagoons is an American multinational 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.