The capital city of the United Arab Emirates is set to build a project which will surely hit as another world record. The 40 hectares Crystal Lagoons will be the world’s largest man-made crystalline lagoon which is four-times bigger than the present record of its kind.
The developer, Crystal Lagoons Corp. will inaugurate their latest and grandest project on Cityscape event in Dubai next week.
Once completed, the forty-hectare lagoon, included in the 7 billion dollars or 25.7 billion dirham, Mohammed bin Rashid City project, will outwit the current title holder in the Guinness World Records, the twelve-hectare lagoon in the Egyptian resort of Sharm El Sheikh.
Mohammed Bin Rashid City – District One is an outstanding joint venture between Real Estate developer, Sobha Group and Dubai-based Meydan Group.
Crystal Lagoons CEO stated that Caribbean landscapes are not anymore exclusive to the tropics. The founding concept and advanced technology, which permits for swimmable, sustainable, turquoise lagoons of infinite sizes to be constructed and maintained at low cost anywhere in the globe, which proves to be very famous with the company’s expanding list of partners across the Middle East.
Its filters will reportedly use only 1 per cent of the chemicals that more traditional systems do, and 2 per cent of the energy.
The new lagoon with its expansive beaches will be a core amenity within Mohammed Bin Rashid City – District One’s 47m sq ft of freehold land. The development will feature park lands, residences, waterways, a dining and shopping pavilion and huge recreational spaces creating one of the lowest density developments in the center of any global city.
According to the developer, Dubai set as a marvelous strategic position in the Middle East and has the obvious chance to join world-class class development that will contribute to the outstanding reputation of the company’s present project portfolio.
Cityscape Global 2013 takes place from October 8-10, 2013, at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.