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Luxury condominiums in São Paulo invest in 1,000-meter-long wave pool

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A residential condominium in Itupeva, an inland São Paulo city that became a millionaires' stronghold in the pandemic, is now home to an artificial beach capable of producing different types of waves, pledging to please even professional surfers.

The undertaking was built by KSM, which has Oscar Segall behind it, one of the founders of the Klabin Segall construction company, sold in 2009.

The artificial beach comprises 1 km of shoreline and covers 28,000 m2, which forms the "sea". The R$160 (US$32.4) million investment includes the cost of technology, the construction . . .

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