Latest Project by Crystal Lagoons® Reveals Sales Success15 February, 2021 / News
Just one week ago, Crystal Lagoons® revealed its latest project, Vida Lagoon, in Funes, Argentina. Located in Rosario, it is a private residential neighborhood spanning 370 acres. Offering a total of 1,045 lots, the development registered the sale of almost half of all lots in just four days.
In fact, the success has been such that homebuyers moved forward from day one, purchasing 250 lots.
Developed together with Grupo Rosental and Rossetti Desarrollos Urbanos, it will be centered around a crystalline lagoon powered by Crystal Lagoons technology, and will include extensive green areas.
Spanning 23,300 m2, this will be the first water amenity by the innovation multinational in the interior of Argentina.
“We are bringing the Caribbean to Funes,” said Jean Pierre Juanchich, Regional Director for Latin America at Crystal Lagoons, during the presentation of the project.
“Google Earth does not lie, it allows you to see our crystalline lagoons across the globe,” said the executive, adding that the company has a total of 1,000 projects at different stages of development worldwide.
The world’s top amenity™
The lagoon, with cutting-edge technology by Crystal Lagoons, will be surrounded by two 12,000 m2 tropical beaches, as well as a pier and a club house, and will join a list of other projects in Argentina, such as Laguna Pilar, Terralagos, La Mansa and Remeros Beach.
These large bodies of water, using the firm’s patented technology in 190 countries, generate a “lagoon effect” on a commercial level, by increasing the value of properties and sales prices like no other amenity, and also boosting the potential for density of projects.
Due to this successful phenomenon, the lagoons have come to be known as the world’s top amenity.
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.