- The rich and famous are preparing for the worst and vying to get their hands on doomsday-proof bunkers
- Larry Hall is the brainchild behind such luxury developments which he refers to as ‘Survival Condos’
- Survival condos are designed to hold up to 70 people and have enough resources to keep them alive for years
- Some units in the structure go for as much as $4.5million while other units sit at $1.5million and $3million
- Project is a luxury complex housed 15 stories below ground in a former missile silo near Concordia, Kansas
- Development has bunkers that give long-term protection for residents against nuclear war or other disasters
The idea of post-apocalyptic prepping has become more and more alluring, especially for the super-rich who are fighting to get their hands on a luxurious nuclear bunker.
For years a number of countries have been attempting to meet a growing demand for survival bunkers that could protect the world’s elite from things like natural disasters, asteroids or a global pandemic all while offering lavish amenities.
Larry Hall is the brainchild behind such luxury developments which he refers to as ‘Survival Condos‘. The project is a luxury complex housed 15 stories below ground in a former missile silo near Concordia, Kansas.
The missile silos were originally built by the US Army Corps of Engineers in the 1960s during the Cold War for the Atlas F missile, and there were 72 of them around the country.
All of the apartments in Hall’s first complex sold out, but people have the option to buy a full-floor, half-floor or a penthouse unit in a second Survival Condo that is currently under construction.
A full-floor apartment, spanning 1,800 square feet, will cost buyers $3million, while a 900-square-foot, half-floor unit is $1.5million. The ultra-wealthy can also make a penthouse selection starting at $4.5million.