“Crystal Lagoons Island Resort”, Arizona’s First PAL™15 December, 2020 / News
At the forefront of technology, Crystal Lagoons® has selected Glendale, Arizona, for a one-of-a-kind attraction known as Crystal Lagoons Island Resort, a unique mixed-use project, to be anchored by a Public Access Lagoon™.
The main feature of the large-scale entertainment hub will be an 11-acre Public Access Lagoon. Also known as PAL™, the paradise-like lagoon will besurrounded by white sand beaches, which can be accessed via ticketed entry.
Additionally, the development will have extensive retail space, three hotels with a total of 630 rooms, office space, and multiple bars and restaurants.
Highlighted by the American press, Crystal Lagoons has been described as the world’s leader in water innovation and technology, the only firm capable of transforming any corner of the world into a tropical beach paradise.
“Crystal Lagoons, the world’s top amenity®, is excited to bring the first branded Crystal Lagoons Island Resort entertainment destination to Glendale, Arizona,” said Eric Cherasia, Vice-President at Crystal Lagoons U.S. Corp. “We have teamed with some of the world’s top attraction, entertainment, and hospitality brands to create the next wave in entertainment destinations.”
With the allure of year-round beach life and activities, Crystal Lagoons catalyzes a wide array of revenue streams.
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According to local press, the project is expected to receive 2 million visitors annually. This in turn will generate significant revenue to support local businesses and the state as a whole. Upon completion, the Crystal Lagoons Island Resort is estimated to bring 1,800 net new jobs to Glendale.
The Crystal Lagoons Island Resort is planned as a single-phase development that is expected to open to the public in 2022 ahead of Glendale’s hosting of Super Bowl in 2023.
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.