Surviving doomsday: Underground condos bring wealthy to Kansas

February 26, 2017

The door to the Survival Condo closes slowly, sending a resounding thud through the concrete parking garage.

Those inside have surrounded themselves with walls up to 9 feet thick, ready to withstand a nuclear explosion, the eruption of Yellowstone’s supervolcano or an outbreak of avian flu.

Larry Hall, project manager and owner of the Luxury Survival Condo Project, says he feels safer with the doors closed.

He says he’s sold all 12 luxury condos in the former Atlas missile silo — which once housed a nuclear warhead — not far from Concordia, about two hours north of Wichita. He’s working on a second silo.

A full-floor unit is 1,820 square feet and costs $3 million. A half-floor unit, at 900 square feet, costs $1.5 million.

4 Comments - what are your thoughts?

  • justinwachin says:

    Let’s say they survive some major disaster, when it comes time to leave the silo will they see themselves as winners? If they get hit by a volcano their bunker could get covered by lava and seal them in.

  • Joe Don says:

    I wonder if Dorothy is still there?

  • Climax says:

    Who determines when to come out and would there be anything worth while when you did come out that would be livable in Kansas of all places?

    1. Retired says:

      If there were to be hits it would be in major cities and power plants , so their hole in the ground would not save them . The food chain would disappear .

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