New York Post highlights Crystal Lagoons’ 11th U.S. project27 January, 2016 / News
Crystal Lagoons’ entry into the US, the world’s largest market, is generating enormous interest in the global real estate industry. Recently the New York Post, the seventh most circulated newspaper in the US, ran a feature on the innovation multinational’s 11th project in the US, a 14 acre crystalline lagoon that is the centerpiece of the Twin Creeks real estate development in northern Florida.
When completed, the new man-made lagoon will be the largest one in all of the United States, the New York Post reported.
The development — located in St. Johns County, Florida, and set to include more than 3,000 homes — will keep the lagoon on its northern end. Beyond beachcombing, swimming and boating, residents will also benefit from some 150,000 square feet of waterfront retail and dining on the lagoon’s south side.
“This project is particularly exciting because the developer is using the lagoon to create a vibrant waterfront dining and shopping experience as part of a truly mixed-use master planned community.” said Uri Man, CEO, Crystal Lagoons US, Corp. “We have seen the demand for our technology explode in the U.S. with about 35 projects under negotiation and those projects are valued at 33 billion dollars.”
This Twin Creeks lagoon marks the the 11th in the US. There’s another underway at the $4 billion SoLe Mia Miami mixed-use community in North Miami, which will measure 10 acres and 6 to 12 feet deep, reported the Post.
“Twin Creeks” follows the company’s ten announced projects in the U.S. with world-class developers such as Metro Development Group, Tavistock Development Group, LeFrak, and Turnberry Associates for numerous projects in Florida, with forthcoming announcements planned for Texas, Arizona, California, Nevada, and Hawaii.
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 crystal clear lagoons at very low costs.