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Tavistock Development Co. LLC will bring a new "mega lagoon" to Lake Nona.
Tavistock Development Company, the developer of the 7,000-acre community of Lake Nona has just announced it signed a deal with Miami-based Crystal Lagoons US Corp. to develop an 11-acre recreational lake as the centerpiece of a new, luxury resort. The liquid recreational amenity would be built next to an emerging sports-innovation and performance district. The centerpiece of that district will be the world's largest tennis center, which is being built by the United States Tennis Association.
The massive lagoons create large-scale, Caribbean-style beachfront recreational locations anywhere, ideal for swimming, kayaking, paddle boarding and sailing in a safe and fun environment. The lagoons have revolutionized the world's real estate markets. According to Crystal Lagoons, its innovative water treatment technology results in up to 100 times fewer additives, and averages only two percent of the energy required by traditional water filtration systems.
"It's like swimming in bottled water,"
said Metro Development Group President, Greg Singleton. Singleton, who spent years researching the man-made lagoons at residential developments in Chile and a 90-acre project planned for Dubai. He said the water in a 17-year-old project in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, was still "crystal clear."
"We are very excited about our partnership with Lake Nona on what will be a signature project for Crystal Lagoons," said Kevin P. Morgan, CEO, Crystal Lagoons US, Corp. "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."
Whether the public would have access to Lake Nona's "bottled water" lagoon is unclear, as community developer Tavistock provided no details about the project or the surrounding resort. Tavistock spokeswoman Jessi Blakley said only that she expected "big" announcements for Lake Nona later this month.
At the lagoons planned by Tampa-based Metro Development in its upcoming communities in Southwest Florida, the public will have to pay daily-use fees: "It is not designed to be a giant water park for the public," Singleton said.
The amount that will be charged for lot premiums on lagoon-front property remains to be seen.
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