Crystal Lagoons build artificial beaches in cities of Mexico

With a portfolio of 10,000 million dollars, involved in real estate projects with artificial beaches ; Mexico will develop in about 50 lakes in the next decade.

In the next decade, Crystal Lagoons will invest 10,000 billion in Mexico in residential and tourism real estate projects include its artificial lakes. The company has so far developed five artificial lagoons in Mexico , the hand of the homebuilder ARA.

Since 2007, the Chilean company Crystal Lagoons has specialized in developing gaps of up to 5 hectares , featuring beach, pier and crystal clear water, very focused on developing water sports, such as the Diamond residential complex Cabo San Lucas, in Baja California.

Now , the company seeks to pursue a strategy of aggressive growth in the country , as what they did in Chile, which already has 54 lakes to 9 years after it was founded the company , announced its CEO for Mexico, Jean Pierre Juanchich .

“We’re talking about at least 50 projects in the next 10 years, we will associate with real estate developers, in a society where we bring our concept and technology” he revealed the manager.

Looking ahead to its ambitious growth plan , the company has established its office operation to Mexico and Central America in Baja California, which has been operating since last October.

Residential complexes in which the company has participated are in Metepec , State of Mexico ; Cancun, Quintana Roo ; Veracruz , Veracruz ; and Apodaca , Nuevo Leon. They also have a tourism development in Cabo San Lucas, Baja California, where the lagoon coexists with a golf course designed by Tiger Woods.

Gaps ARA residential developments are around 1.8 and 3.4 hectares and the average price of homes ranges between 682,000 and 2 million of pesos, according to information from the homebuilder.

They currently have 11 other projects in various stages of development or project in cities like Acapulco, Yucatan, Cancun, Nuevo Leon, Playa del Carmen, among others.

“We are working a portfolio of projects first and second housing, vertical and horizontal developments. We are talking about that in the first year we worked on seven projects involved an investment of at least 1,200 million dollars” he added.

While the company provides a unique amenity to property projects, “really is a technology company,” said Juanchich. “We transform land and land not very profitable, inmobiliariamente speaking, very successful projects transformed into idyllic beaches” he said.

Artificial lagoons were designed by biochemist and founder of the company, Fernando Fischmann, who developed the technology to maintain gaps and to develop them in any terrain.

The general director for Mexico explains that there are always challenges in soils, but remember that they have even made a gap in the desert of Egypt, in Sharm Citystars project.

“Major complications are found in areas where the topography and land movement generates a rise in construction, we have a gap in the desert where we source of groundwater more than 160 meters,” said the manager.

The lagoons are supplied with water close to the developments and even capture and recycle rainwater. They are sustainable gaps and working with environmental technology, using fewer chemicals than those used in traditional water treatment.