Remeros Beach, an oasis of turquoise waters minutes from Buenos Aires30 May, 2022 / News
Argentina es the main market for Crystal Lagoons in Latin America, after Chile, and Buenos Aires is one of the cities where the multinational water-innovation company has more projects in this country. One of them is the successful Remeros Beach, located in the north of the capital, which sold more than half of its sites in the first two months. This Real Estate project is inaugurated offering its residents beach life just steps from home and minutes from the city.
Remeros Beach has a 3.5-hectare crystalline lagoon developed with Crystal Lagoons® sustainable technology, surrounded by almost 10,000 m² of white-sand beach to enjoy 365 days a year. Around it, it integrates condominiums that mix townhouses and apartments, based on the concept of Home & Resort. The project is located on an 18-hectare site with large green areas.
It is a premium residential development and also includes a wide range of other top-level amenities such as a club house with a restaurant; beach club; marinas and nautical center; spa and gym; kids club; tennis courts; soccer fields; putting green and shopping center. It also has different beach sectors: sports, family and relax.
Crystal Lagoons in Argentina
Crystal Lagoons, already has 43 projects at different stages of development and negotiation in different Argentine cities.
In cities such as Greater Buenos Aires, Cordoba, Rosario, Mar del Plata and Pinamar, Crystal Lagoons, in association with important local real estate companies, has developed projects such as Terralagos, Lagoon Pilar, La Mansa, Vida Lagoon, Developer Aqua and Acquavista.
“Argentines are intensive users and enjoy beach life. This is why we have been so successful in this country, bringing a portion of the ocean to within walking distance of their homes. The impact has been particularly noticeable near Buenos Aires, in inland regions and in well-known resorts such as Mar del Plata and Pinamar and in areas that are farther away from the beach,” said Jean Pierre Juanchich, Crystal Lagoons regional director for Latin America.