Crystal Lagoons strengthens presence in Mexico and announces new project in Cancun25 September, 2023 / News
Mexico is a strategic market with great potential for Crystal Lagoons, a multinational company founded by scientist Fernando Fischmann. Its warm and dry climate and its tourist appeal generate high demand for water recreational areas, and the crystalline lagoons meet this need.
This country has become one of the most important for the company in Latin America, concentrating 50 projects in various stages of development and negotiation under the Public Access Lagoons™ model, also known as PAL™ developments, and real estate projects in iconic cities such as Mexico City, Mazatlán, Cabo San Lucas, Cancun, Toluca, Veracruz, Monterrey, Mérida, and Punta Mita.
Its most emblematic projects include AVA Resort Cancun, which will be the largest hotel in Cancun, in partnership with the prestigious international hotel group Hard Rock Hotels. Also highlights Diamante Cabo San Lucas, in one of the most touristy areas in the country, Los Cabos, which has become the most important resort in Baja California, and the recently inaugurated Bluú Habitat Lagoons with a 5-hectare lagoon located in the fastest-growing residential and tourist area of Mazatlán.
Now, the multinational is advancing with new development in Cancun, the largest city on the Yucatan Peninsula, a cultural, financial, and tourist center in the region, in partnership with the conglomerate Inzigna Capital, a firm specialized in investment and high-level real estate project development throughout Mexico.
This is Le Parc, a complex located 7.5 kilometers from the beach, where the 1-hectare crystalline lagoon with white sandy beaches around it will create a third coastline, allowing for the enjoyment of the area’s climate year-round. The luxury development, totaling 960 apartments, has already achieved unprecedented success in its launch, with a historic sales record for the region.
“Mexican developers have found that Crystal Lagoons® technology accelerates the sales velocity and increases the value per square meter compared to similar projects in the same areas. On the other hand, these crystalline bodies of water improve people’s quality of life,” highlights Miguel Cabañas, regional director of Crystal Lagoons for Latin America.
These large crystalline bodies of water boost various urban and tourist areas with environmentally friendly lagoons. Crystal Lagoons® technology has received numerous international awards for its sustainability, certified by Bureau Veritas for its low water usage—40% less than a green area of the same size and 33 times less than an 18-hole golf course—and energy—only 2% of the energy needed by conventional pool filtration systems.