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First PAL™ project in Costa Rica progresses faster than expected

29 July, 2022 / News

Nya, a mixed-use real estate project that will feature Costa Rica’s first Public Access Lagoons™ development, is making better-than-expected progress, allowing construction to begin by the end of the year.

The project focused on U.S. retirees and high-net-worth Costa Ricans, and is located in Guanacaste, 40 km. from the Pacific Coast and next to the international airport.  This PAL™ complexwill have a 6-acre crystal clear lagoon with Crystal Lagoons® technology as a central element, enhancing the value of inland land in this inland Costa Rican province by bringing beach life to it. It is estimated that the public access project will receive more than 1 million visitors per year.

PAL™ complexes allow access to the crystalline lagoon and white sandy beaches to the general public via a ticketed entry, allowing visitors to experience a tropical paradise in the middle of the city. Additionally, the space surrounding the lagoon has areas for trade shows, product launches, cultural activities in multiple settings, weddings, hotels, retail, restaurants, terraces, domes and amphitheaters

Public Access Lagoons™ brings a piece of the ocean to the city, creating beach life in urban surroundings, much like an English architect did 200 years ago, when he introduced small forests into the city of London, which we know as city parks. Today, all major cities around the world have parks and green areas. The same phenomenon is occurring with Public Access Lagoons™ developments, which are bringing the ocean and beaches into city planning,” says Jean Pierre Juanchich, regional director for Latin America and the Caribbean of Crystal Lagoons.

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