Crystal Lagoons totalizes 200 projects in Latin America1 July, 2022 / News
In Latin America Crystal Lagoons has a long list of successful projects and its growth does not stop. In fact, it is the continent where the multinational innovation company totals the largest number of developments with 197 projects in different stages.
Ten new lagoon complexes are due to be inaugurated in 2022 in countries such as Argentina, Colombia, Mexico, Paraguay and Bolivia.
Argentina will see the largest number of new lagoons officially opened this year, bringing the total to 43 either under negotiation or at varying stages of development in several cities. This year will see the inauguration of lagoons in: Aquavista, in Córdoba; Remeros Beach, in Buenos Aires; La Mansa, in Pinamar; and Developer Aqua, in Mar del Plata adding to the already successful developments of Terralagos, Lagoon Pilar, Lagoon Hudson and Vida Lagoon.
One of the largest contracts to be signed recently by Crystal Lagoons in Latin America was in Colombia. Based on the success of the multinational’s first Colombian complex, Baia Kristal, in association with AED Constructores, this led both firms to sign a second contract; a master agreement for 13 new Public Access Lagoons™ projects, also known as PAL™ developments, that will add value to two local tourist areas – the Coffee Region and the Colombian Caribbean.
In Mexico, Crystal Lagoons has projects in Mazatlán, Cabo San Lucas, Cancun, Toluca, Veracruz and Monterrey. The 5-hectare Bluú Habitat Lagoons complex in Mazatlán is the most recent to be inaugurated, this year.
Paraguay’s recent economic growth has opened up opportunities for Crystal Lagoons in the areas of real estate and under the PAL™ model. In this country, the firm has 18 projects at different stages of development and negotiation, of which two will be inaugurated this year – Costa del Lago (Hernandarias) and Aqua Terra (Luque). Other projects of interest include Aqua Village (San Bernardino) and Blue Lagoon (Pedro Juan Caballero).
Bolivia is another market with great potential. This landlocked country is home to Playa Turquesa, a 13-acre crystalline lagoon, the second largest in the world, and Mar Adentro a 3.4-hectare lagoon. At the moment, Crystal Lagoons is in advanced negotiations for new developments in Bolivia.
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