So the doomsday condo located at Wichita, Kansas, was one of the several missiles silos built during the cold war, but have now been refurbished with an estimated $3 million to now become a doomsday safe-house.
Hall is reported to have spent a whopping $20 million in the pimping of the condo. They installed three redundant power supplies, three separate water sources and a water filtration system, aquaponic farming, and hydroponic food. Then, with the help of a consultant, the team developed a plan to deal with the human factors of off-grid living.
Hall said the aim is was to make the condo as comfortable as possible to keep the brain relaxed even though the subconscious still keeps track of the abnormal activities.
The containment facility also includes a swimming pool, gym, rock climbing wall, movie theater, dog park, and more.
The infrastructure is designed to sustain 75 people for five years. The idea was so popular that every unit sold before construction ended. The project is just one example of success in the growing survival market.
The bunker is mean’t for people who intend to like go off grid for a while or people who worry about some sort of global natural event or global economic collapse.
Believe it or not there are people out there who are so scared of all this natural happenings like disasters🗻 and are willing to go to any length to keep themselves safe. Take for example Mountain House, a freeze-dried food distributor, reported that sales of food made to last for 25 years increased fourteenfold after Hurricane Katrina.😁
Hall said their customers include mostly self made billionaires and due to increasing demand for a safe house he and his team are building a second condo which is said to be three times the original.💲💵💰🏰