Fernando Fischmann

Crystal Lagoons In Windsong Ranch Headed For Completion

8 August, 2018 / News

The impressive man-made lagoon featured by Crystal Lagoons® at Windsong Ranch, the 2,030-acre master-planned community in Prosper, in northern Texas, is headed for completion, thanks to a new real estate partnership.

According to the website Dallas Innovates, the crystalline lagoon —using patented state-of-the-art technology— will be the centerpiece of the master-planned community that has been jointly acquired by Texas real estate investors Craig Martin and David Blom and Minnesota-based Värde Partners.

Scheduled in spring 2019, the clear water lagoon is a 5-acre, man-made turquoise blue freshwater lagoon that creates a beach-like lifestyle replete with white sand beaches and watersports.

Crystal Lagoons patented, environmentally friendly technology enables real estate developers to transform parcels of land into idyllic beach lifestyles anywhere in the world, at low construction and maintenance costs.

The publication highlights that each lagoon uses 100 times less chemicals than traditional swimming pools and uses 2 percent of the energy used by traditional pool filtration systems.

Another amenity by Crystal Lagoons is nearing completion in Houston area’s Balmoral residential community and is scheduled to open this year.

“Given our experience with the project going back several years, we are excited to partner with Värde to acquire it and see it through to completion.”

Martin and Blom, the original developers of Windsong Ranch, have teamed up with Värde to form Tellus Group, a new real estate development company that wants to build on the development’s momentum, including the completing the new Crystal Lagoons amenity attraction.

Crystal Lagoons 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 clear water lagoons at very low costs.



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