You’ll Never Guess What’s Inside This Abandoned Missile Silo

Sometimes movies aren’t as crazy as real life. Case in point: this doomsday bunker straight out ofTerminator that were retrofitted into luxury condos. These condos, built inside the decommissioned structure of a missile silo, can withstand a nuclear attack. And did we mention thee $3 million price tag?

The building, dubbed “The Survival Condo Complex,” is designed to hold up to 75 people – for up to 5 years – inside its 54,000 square feet that stretch 174 feet into the ground.

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It features fully furnished condos with kitchens like this one.

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The complex features “video windows” that have feeds to the outside, which I’m not sure anyone would want to see in the case of actually needing to use this place.

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The living rooms look pretty cozy.

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The building was developed by Larry Hall. Demand is so high that a second bunker is in construction and a third is also being discussed.

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This is the second bunker, which is almost sold out already.

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Gotta stay swole in the event of nuclear annihilation. Especially since everyone outside the bunker will probably look like the Hulk at that point anyway.

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Don’t be fooled. The SCC is a community, with classrooms and a holding cell for anyone who gets out of line.

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The facility is powered by the regular power grid right now, but has wind energy and backup generators.

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Here’s a look at the wind turbine.

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Oh and some military grade security just in case.

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Cannonball!

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The place even has a movie theater, a rock wall, a dog park, and a medical center. Think the Hatch from Lost but with less of a 70′s thing going on.

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Well that just about settles it. I need to get my hands on $3 million.

Source:

Wall Street Journal



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