NORTH MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A new North Miami real estate development is getting plenty of attention thanks to its massive man-made lagoon.

Called Laguna Sole, the 7-acre lagoon is on the grounds of Solé Mia, a 184-acre mini-city located at 15055 Biscayne Boulevard.

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The crystal-clear lagoon includes sandy beach areas and its own little island. There are also kayaks, paddle-boards, cabanas and more.


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The lavish water feature is not open to the public. It is for residents of Solé Mia. which is made up of twin 17-story apartment buildings, built on a former Superfund site.

The land, once used as a municipal landfill, was declared safe for development in 1999 after extensive groundwater treatments and the installation of disposal systems, according to CBS4 News partner The Miami Herald.

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Developers say the project will eventually include a school, parks, hotel and office space.