Crystal Lagoons’ Dubai project will quickly transform the emirate’s leisure landscape4 November, 2015 / News
“Property online”, one of UAE’s premier real estate websites, said that the project being developed by Crystal Lagoons in Dubai is breaking several world record, reshaping the landscape of this important emirate.
Dubai never stops. Just as residents are getting used to the latest leisure hotspots, exciting new ones are on the drawing board, adding variety to the emirate’s entertainment menu over the next few years.
The best example of this is Meydan City, the project under development by the innovation multinational Crystal Lagoons in partnership with a joint venture of Meydan Group –the real estate branch of the Dubai Government, linked to the monarchy – and Sobha, India’s most important real estate and construction firm, will have the world’s largest crystalline lagoon. The lagoon will have 40 hectares when finished by 2020.
The crystalline mega lagoon, that will set Crystal Lagoons’ third Guinness World Record, will be seven kilometers long and will be surrounded by white sand beaches and hiking and biking trails. The environs will have lush green landscaping, giving the impression of being in a true oasis.
The publication also stressed that the super luxurious real estate development, with an associated investment of US$7 billion, in addition to boasting the world’s largest crystalline lagoon, will set another five Guinness World Records with the world’s largest residential tower and indoor ski slope, the highest 360 observation deck, the highest restaurant and the planet’s largest water fountain.
The mega lagoon will also be surrounded by corporate towers, industrial parks, sport facilities, a public part larger than London’s Hyde Park, water parks , the “Meydan Mall” –the world’s largest-, over 100 hotels and 1500 new super luxury residential condominiums, with housing prices from US$ 7 million and US$ 12 million.
Crystal Lagoons Corp. is an international innovation company, founded by scientist Fernando Fischmann, which has developed a patent-protected technology that allows the construction and maintenance of unlimited-size crystal clear lagoons at very low costs.