This is part of a trend of doomsday shelters coming back in style we have previously posted on. In this case, if you’re willing to go to Kansas, for $3 million you could have a fully loaded bunker converted from a nuclear missile silo. In fact, you’re already too late, as in a recent CNN interview developer Larry Hall of Survival Condo explained the units are sold out.
Hall describes the units as a “miniature cruise ship,” complete with amenities including a rock wall, game arcade, library, movie theater, and full bar and lounge. As he put it, “It’s got everything you need to spread out and maintain some semblance of normal when things outside are anything but normal.”
Survival Condo’s website bills the silos as consisting of 20,000 square foot of floor space with a water supply holding at least 75,000 gallons of water, “redundant” air filtration including nuclear, biological, and chemical (NBC) filtration, and other features. The bunkers are pre-stocked with five years worth of food per person, have biometric keyless access, and best of all, there’s an in unit washer and dryer!
When asked by the CNN host if a disaster were to actually happen, how could an owner of one of these units actually get to Kansas? Hall replies by either driving or flying, and that most of his customers already own armored vehicles that can go 2,500 miles without needing to refuel. Talk about some serious prepping.
Hit the jump for an admittedly impressive five-minute promotional video on the company’s line of luxury doomsday bunkers, for riding out the apocalypse with your feet up while you Netflix and chill.