Major deal brings recreational lagoon to Lake Nona

Jan. 8, 2015

ORLANDO, Fla. — The 11-acre Crystal Lagoon will be the centerpiece for a new, luxury resort development located within Lake Nona in Orlando.

ORLANDO, Fla. — Crystal Lagoons U.S. Corp. announced a major deal with Tavistock Development Company, a subsidiary of Tavistock Group, to develop a “Crystal Lagoon” to act as the centerpiece of a new, luxury resort development located within the 7,000-acre development of Lake Nona in Orlando, according to a press release.

The 11-acre Crystal Lagoon is a man-made, recreational lake with “crystal clear waters,” stated the release.

The release reported that these lagoons create “large-scale, Caribbean-style beachfront recreational locations” great for swimming, paddle boarding, sailing and kayaking in a fun, safe environment.

The innovative water treatment technology used in Crystal Lagoons results in up to 100 times fewer additives and averages only two percent of the energy normally required by traditional water filtration systems, continued the release. 

“We are very excited about our partnership with Lake Nona on what will be a signature project for Crystal Lagoons,” said Crystal Lagoons U.S. Corp. CEO Kevin P. Morgan. “This will definitely set a new bar as one of our most luxurious projects to date and help to continue to grow the brand in the United States.”

The lagoon to be established for the resort development of Lake Nona will be the largest planned Crystal Lagoon in the U.S. to date, noted the release.

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