(MIAMI) -- Laguna Sole is a 7-acre man-made lagoon hidden in North Miami.
The lagoon is part of a 184-acre, $4 billion development called Sole Mia.
It was developed by two real estate families, the LeFranks and the Soffers.
Laguna Sole has crystal-clear water that mimics that color of the water in the Caribbean.
It is the size of 21 Olympic-sized swimming pools, and it's 12 feet deep in the center.
The lagoon even has its own man-made island.
Amenities at the lagoon include paddle boards, kayaks and luxury loungers.
Laguna Sole uses 30 times less water than an 18-hole golf course and uses 100 times fewer chemicals than a pool, according to the developers.
The lagoon is available to the residents of the Shoreline at Sole Mia and their guests.
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