Projects in Miami, Dubai and Thailand captivate the world press25 May, 2022 / News
“The Future of Waterfront Living from Miami to Dubai and Bangkok” is the title of the report of the luxury magazine Wealth Magazine, which taking projects of Crystal Lagoons in Miami, Dubai and Thailand as an example, highlights the international trend of incorporating crystal clear lagoons to increase the value of developments and have a sustainable beach life.
Crystal Lagoons has managed to create idyllic beaches with lagoons of crystalline water and excellent quality, in previously unimaginable places. Crystal Lagoons changes the landscape by creating a breathtaking turquoise water destination that can be enjoyed all year round.
Solé Mia, in North Miami, is not only raising the neighborhood market value but theluxury amenity standards by housing arguably one ofthe most unprecedented amenities in a rental community withSouth Florida’s first man-made lagoon, Laguna Solé, an eye-popping, swimmable Caribbean-blue body of fresh water that spans seven acres, including sandy beach areas and its own little island. The city-within-a-city will eventually be anchored around the impressive engineering feat, bringing waterfront living to a part of Miami that’s not technically on the water. The amenity crown-jewel is the size of 21 Olympic-sized pools and provides the Shoreline residents with sandy beaches and awaterfront location where they can swim, paddleboard, kayak or float on luxury loungers.
Mohammed Bin Rashid City is the world’s largest crystalline lagoon, an immense 40-hectare body of turquoise water. This gigantic lagoon stretches for seven kilometers and is surrounded by white sand beaches, palm trees and promenades. The environment will have lush green landscapes, which will give the impression of being in a true oasis.
Around the mega lagoon, corporate towers, industrial parks, sports areas, large public parks, water parks, the Meydan One Mall -the largest in the world-, more than 100 hotels and 1500 new super luxury residential condominiums will be built.
The Mahasamutr luxury resort, in Hua Hin, one of the main tourist centers in the Gulf of Thailand and less than 200 km south of Bangkok, stands out for the 7.2-hectare crystal-clear lagoon in the middle of an environment marked by nature. The central point around which the villas and the rest of the facilities are distributed. Like many other lagoons, this amenity with pristine waters is surrounded by idyllic beaches, ideal for relaxing with the family or learning a new water sport, such as kayaking, paddle boarding, and swimming.