Crystal Lagoons keeps growing in the U.S. with new project in Dallas5 August, 2015 / News
The renowned financial publication, Business Journal, has recently reported that Crystal Lagoons is about to land in Dallas with its first project for Texas.
Dallas developer Ken Donahue has approach Crystal Lagoons to evaluate the development of a massive crystal clear lagoon within a US$ 1 billion resort project that will be located at the banks of Lake Ray Hubbard.
In Donahue’s project Crystal Lagoons would develop a 5.5-acre lagoon that will be the main attraction of the development which it is expected to be branded as “Bayside”.
Business Journal reports that Donahue plans to visit Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, next week to see one of Crystal Lagoons’ projects that bring a water-friendly destination to properties not lucky enough to be located along the coast. The lagoons also offer swimmable water for people who would otherwise not be able to swim in the existing water.
Donahue told that Crystal Lagoon’s lagoons could be a difference maker for the $1 billion resort-anchored development, which will serve as the city entrance for Rowlett.
This could be the first Crystal Lagoon to be built in Texas. Crystal Lagoons is negotiating 35 such projects in the United States. The first Crystal Lagoon in the United States is slated for delivery in June 2016 in the Tampa area.
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.