Survival Condos are also equipped with a command and control center, and a communications center with on-site Internet subset access. There is also a pool, spa and gym, a library, a classroom, a movie theater and even a general store. The building is also equipped with a digital weather station, which allows the residents to monitor what goes on outside.

One converted missile silo can house up to 70 people, and the residential units are split up into full-floor layout and half-floor layout condos. These can house 6-10 people and 3-5 people respectively. Each condo is also equipped with a 5-year supply of freeze-dried and dehydrated food per person. The units are fitted with LED lighting, and feature stainless steel appliances. As for the luxury features, the units are also equipped with 50-inch TVs, home automation systems, Jacuzzi baths and even “simulated view” windows, which show scenes of the natural world.

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The Survival Condo Project completed the first silo in 2012, and they are currently working on the second, which they hope to complete by the end of 2016. One of the full-floor condos costs $3 million, while a half-floor one costs $1.5 million. That’s a pretty high price tag for ensuring peace of mind over something that may never happen. But then again, what if it does?

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