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Inside the $1.5m luxury nuclear bunker stretching 15 floors below Kansas and designed to protect the mega rich from a potential apocalypse (with pool and cinema to keep you occupied during Armageddon - or Covid!)

The 'Survival Condo' is a luxury nuclear bunker designed to protect the mega-rich from a potential apocalypse. 
The underground shelter in Kansas started life as a Cold War missile silo and is now a luxury condo that can sustain 75 residents for more than five years. 
Entrepreneur Larry Hall bought it in 2008. He then spent an estimated $20 million converting it into a fortified shelter which features a store, library, classroom, general store, cinema, swimming pool, rock climbing wall, and an aquaponics area to grow vegetables, and fish. 
The bunker descends 15 floors below the ground, accessible by a high speed elevator. The communal areas are at the top levels, while the individual housing units sit below.
Hall said: 'All of our people are self-made millionaires. They're very successful: doctors, engineers, lawyers, international business people... almost all of them have children. And they're concerned about the 'what if' scenario.' 
According to Hall, those scenarios include superstorms, tsunamis, earthquakes and economic collapse. 
The 'Survival Condo' is a luxury nuclear bunker designed to protect the mega-rich from a potential apocalypse. Most of the units have been sold to the 1% hoping for a getaway plan should doomsday happen. But some are still available, with prices starting at $500,000 and going up to $2.4 million for a full-floor unit
The 'Survival Condo' is a luxury nuclear bunker designed to protect the mega-rich from a potential apocalypse. Most of the units have been sold to the 1% hoping for a getaway plan should doomsday happen. But some are still available, with prices starting at $500,000 and going up to $2.4 million for a full-floor unit
A doorway into the nuclear bunker. The structure is 200 feet underground, in a secret location in the middle of Kansas - about 200 miles from Kansas City
A doorway into the nuclear bunker. The structure is 200 feet underground, in a secret location in the middle of Kansas - about 200 miles from Kansas City
An underground floor plan of the bunker which was built during the Cold War as a nuclear missile launch facility and is retrofitted with nine-foot-thick reinforced concrete walls. The bunker descends nine floors, accessible by a high speed elevator
An underground floor plan of the bunker which was built during the Cold War as a nuclear missile launch facility and is retrofitted with nine-foot-thick reinforced concrete walls. The bunker descends nine floors, accessible by a high speed elevator
Now it is guarded by security and surrounded by CCTV cameras and armored trucks and boasts bulletproof doors and tunnels
Now it is guarded by security and surrounded by CCTV cameras and armored trucks and boasts bulletproof doors and tunnels
As well as the price of buying a unit, owners must spend $2500 USD a month to cover the living expenses - food, Internet, electricity and water and so on
As well as the price of buying a unit, owners must spend $2500 USD a month to cover the living expenses - food, Internet, electricity and water and so on
A bar area with a TV screen is pictured above. The communal areas are at the top levels, while the individual housing units sit below
A bar area with a TV screen is pictured above. The communal areas are at the top levels, while the individual housing units sit below
A study area with a large white board and TV screen is pictured above. The underground shelter, in Kansas started life as a Cold War missile silo
A study area with a large white board and TV screen is pictured above. The underground shelter, in Kansas started life as a Cold War missile silo
A communal area of the bunker features a pool table, plenty of TV screens and plush red furniture
A communal area of the bunker features a pool table, plenty of TV screens and plush red furniture
The nuclear bunker features a gym at the bottom of the fifteen floors, complete with a sauna and steam room
The nuclear bunker features a gym at the bottom of the fifteen floors, complete with a sauna and steam room 
A swimming pool is featured in the communal area of the nuclear bunker
A swimming pool is featured in the communal area of the nuclear bunker 
Here's a glimpse inside the 'Survival Condo' - a luxury nuclear bunker designed to protect the mega-rich from a potential apocalypse. The underground shelter, in Kansas started life as a Cold War missile silo. Entrepreneur Larry Hall bought it in 2008
Here's a glimpse inside the 'Survival Condo' - a luxury nuclear bunker designed to protect the mega-rich from a potential apocalypse. The underground shelter, in Kansas started life as a Cold War missile silo. Entrepreneur Larry Hall bought it in 2008
A running machine and exercise bike located in the bunker's gym will be sure to keep wealthy residents fit and healthy in the event of a potential apocalypse
A running machine and exercise bike located in the bunker's gym will be sure to keep wealthy residents fit and healthy in the event of a potential apocalypse 
The fortified condominium shelter features a shop, library, classroom, general store, cinema, swimming pool, rock climbing wall, and an aquaponics area to grow vegetables, and fish. Library and seating area pictured above
The fortified condominium shelter features a shop, library, classroom, general store, cinema, swimming pool, rock climbing wall, and an aquaponics area to grow vegetables, and fish. Library and seating area pictured above 
Founder Larry Hall said: 'All of our people are self-made millionaires. They're very successful: doctors, engineers, lawyers, international business people... almost all of them have children. And they're concerned about the 'what if" scenario.'
Founder Larry Hall said: 'All of our people are self-made millionaires. They're very successful: doctors, engineers, lawyers, international business people... almost all of them have children. And they're concerned about the 'what if" scenario.'
The bunker descends 15 floors below the ground, accessible by a high speed elevator. The communal areas are at the top levels, while the individual housing units sit below. Bedroom complete with a fake window pictured above
The bunker descends 15 floors below the ground, accessible by a high speed elevator. The communal areas are at the top levels, while the individual housing units sit below. Bedroom complete with a fake window pictured above  
Poolside: The nuclear bunker features a dipping pool which is surrounded with a table and deckchars and complete with wallpaper depicting a seaside view
Poolside: The nuclear bunker features a dipping pool which is surrounded with a table and deckchars and complete with wallpaper depicting a seaside view 
Rocks covered in moss line the pool to give residents more of a natural feel and to create the illusion of being by the beach
Rocks covered in moss line the pool to give residents more of a natural feel and to create the illusion of being by the beach 
The 'Survival Condo' control room is pictured above. As well as the price of buying a unit, owners must spend $2500 a month to cover the living expenses
The 'Survival Condo' control room is pictured above. As well as the price of buying a unit, owners must spend $2500 a month to cover the living expenses
A private en-suite bathroom leading off from one of the bedrooms is pictured above
A private en-suite bathroom leading off from one of the bedrooms is pictured above
The underground shelter, in Kansas, in America, started life as a Cold War missile silo. One of the shelter's tunnels is pictured above
The underground shelter, in Kansas, in America, started life as a Cold War missile silo. One of the shelter's tunnels is pictured above 
A canteen area inside the shelter is pictured above. Residents must spend $2,500 a month on living expenses including food
A canteen area inside the shelter is pictured above. Residents must spend $2,500 a month on living expenses including food 
A bunk bed is pictured in one of the shelter's rooms next to a fake window depicting a field with a wind turbine
A bunk bed is pictured in one of the shelter's rooms next to a fake window depicting a field with a wind turbine 
The entrance to the bunker, which stretches a whopping fifteen floors below ground and features private units as well as communal areas including a shop, library, classroom, general store, cinema, swimming pool, rock climbing wall, and an aquaponics area to grow vegetables, and fish
The entrance to the bunker, which stretches a whopping fifteen floors below ground and features private units as well as communal areas including a shop, library, classroom, general store, cinema, swimming pool, rock climbing wall, and an aquaponics area to grow vegetables, and fish

1 comment:

  1. Have you noticed the great INCREASE in volcanic and tectonic activity lately? Would you REALLY want to be in this stacked pile of commercially built concrete surrounded by other bankster type PARASITES all in one enclosed prison? KNOW the MANDELA EFFECT is proof that our realm IS CREATED just as if somebody did a SIMM CITY program. Your consciousness survives the death of the 'AVATAR.' And very Very VERY shortly, we are ALL about to discover this truth for ourselves.

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