What 2020 showed me is that it’s not too bad an idea to have a doomsday bunker. Somewhere nearby. Just in case. And there’s still a month left to this year, so we might need those bunkers handy if the internet’s jokes about an alien invasion and a zombie apocalypse turn out to be true.

If you’re shopping for a bunker and you’ve got enough gold doubloons to sink a pirate ship, you might want to draw inspiration from this bunker north of Wichita, in Kansas, which sells 3-million-dollar full-floor condos (the cheapest half-floor ones cost 1.5 million dollars while penthouse suites can be bought for 4.5 million dollars). We don’t know the exact location of this 20k-square-foot doomsday-proof underground building, but that doesn’t mean we’re short on other details.

What used to be a Cold War missile silo built by the US government was turned into luxury condos. The Survival Condo Project, which is behind everything, states that up to 75 people can live in the bunker for a whopping 5 years. And you’d really be living in the lap of luxury there. The bunker has everything from a general store and a library to a medical center and bar. Just be prepared to pay the monthly 5k-dollar residents’ association fees.

Check out the video about the doomsday bunker in Kansas right here

North of Wichita, the bunker is a repurposed US government missile silo

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It goes deep underground…

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15 storeys deep, in fact, and it can survive a nuclear blast

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The mega-bunker is full of luxury condos that turn surviving the Apocalypse into thriving underground

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The bunker can hold up to 75 people (12 families) and has enough resources for them to survive up to 5 years

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The 20k-square-foot project has everything that’s needed to live through a doomsday scenario

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The project has redundant electric sources so there’s enough power no matter what happens

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Inside, there’s everything that you’ll ever need (and you won’t get bored easily)

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There’s even a general store inside the mega-bunker

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Fans of the cinema will be glad to know there’s a home theater here as well

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The condos have all the appliances and comforts you’d expect from a home

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The exact location of the repurposed missile silo is a well-kept secret

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Security is the name of the game and there’s even a command and control center

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There’s a lift that can take you to any floor you need

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And a pool to cool off and get some cardio exercise in

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Not to mention a rock climbing wall…

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…and a gym, so you can leave the bunker fitter than you went in, hopefully

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Here are some more pics from inside the project

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The kitchens look modern and stylish

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While the bedrooms are comfy and don’t look like something underground

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There’s enough room for all of your things

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And there’s even a medical center in case you have any health issues

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Some of the passageways look like they wouldn’t be out of place in a metro station

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Did we mention the place has a gun range? Not a bad idea if there’s ever a Zombie Apocalypse

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They also installed aquaponic farming systems

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Here’s a few more photos showing the various nooks and crannies of the project

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Dog lovers will be glad to know there’s a park for their best buddies

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And there are plenty of activities for everyone else during downtime, too

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For those of us who love books, we’re in luck! There’s an underground library, too

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Whether it’s a global pandemic, a nuclear disaster, Mother Nature throwing disaster after disaster our way, or a financial collapse, having 9-feet-thick walls and being 15 stories underground can make you feel safe.

According to Business Insider, Larry Hall bought the missile silo for 300k back in 2008 and immediately began work on turning it into a high-end bunker. Hall and his team spent nearly 20 million dollars on the project that allows 12 families to survive even a direct nuclear impact.

The bunker has everything that you’d expect from something as high-end as this: it has 3 redundant power supplies, 3 separate water sources, a water filtration system, aquaponic farming, as well as hydroponic food. It sounds like something out of a sci-fi movie, but it’s reality.

Of course, just having the bare minimum things for survival is no way to live. So the bunker also comes with a gym, swimming pool, movie theater, rock climbing wall, and… even a dog park. So it’s safe to say that you’re bound to come out of the bunker fitter than you went in.

Hall explained that discipline, productivity, and keeping busy are incredibly important for keeping things running and for mental health. So he suggests that people work 4-hour days and rotate jobs every month.

And if you’re interested… Hall and his team are working on converting a second missile silo into a bunker. It’s going to be thrice as big as this one and we can’t wait to see what the final product looks like.